The 6 Inch Trail Marathon was held earlier this month and Runglobal guest reporter Wayne McMurtrie was there to run it.
Ultra Series WA race organisers put on yet another stellar event with the running of the Lighthorse Ultra on Saturday.
One of the most unique and engaging events on the racing calendar, Moon Shadow, was held at the weekend and saw a successful 142 competitors take to the bush trails at night.
Still the first and only AURA-sanctioned 100 mile race in Western Australia, the annual WTF Race was held at the weekend.
A new ultra was ran at the weekend, and with more than 150 participants, the Feral Pig well and truly got off the ground.
Runners were treated to humid conditions at the weekend’s Swissmurdie trail race in Lesmurdie, WA.
Qi Gong was held to perfect conditions for trail racers at the weekend, with a couple intense Blood Awards handed out to those who made A Grade falls.
The Lark Hill Dusk to Dawn Ultra in Port Kennedy on Saturday night was testament to how mentally demanding and physically painful the world of ultra marathon racing can be.
The toughest trail run yet was run at the weekend for the Perth Trail Series, with a total of 244 runners taking on the tracks at Serpentine National Park.
This year’s SunSmart Busselton Runners Club Half Marathon and Fun Run at the weekend saw record numbers of participants.