Bells Bash Cliff RUN
2022 Bells Bash Cliff Run
Date: Sunday 27th March 2022.
Bells Bash Cliff Run
The Bells Bash Cliff Run is a fun run held along the cliff top ocean track from the Jan Juc Surf Club to the iconic Bells Beach. The run has been a major fundraising event for the Jan Juc Surf Life Saving Club since 2004. The Bells Bash Cliff Run offers a range of distances to suit an array of fitness and age levels.
Junior Juc Bash (1.5km)
1.5km – perfect for junior runners aged 5-12 years and a great introduction to fun runs. The Junior Juc Bash 1.5km starts at the Jan Juc SLSC on Clubhouse Road, Jan Juc, and heads along the marked and manned tracks towards Rocky Point, then along the Jan Juc Beach for a sand run home. Our youth club members are out in force supporting these junior runners along the way. Parents are welcome to run with younger entrants in this event.
Bells Bash 4km
A shorter run distance along the spectacular cliff track with sweeping ocean views with a turn around point at the Steps Car Park. The event starts on at Clubhouse Road and heads along Carnarvon Ave to Ocean Boulevard where it joins the spectacular cliff track with sweeping ocean views with a turn around point at the Steps Car Park. The return leg follows the cliff track all the way to the finish point at the new Jan Juc Surf Life Saving Club.
Bells Bash 8km
The original 8km long distance run along the iconic cliff track to the turn-around point at the world-famous Bells Beach. The Bells Bash 8km event starts on Clubhouse Road and heads along Carnarvon Ave to Ocean Boulevard where it joins the spectacular cliff track with sweeping ocean views with a turn around point at the world-famous Bells Beach. The return leg follows the cliff track all the way to the finish point at the new Jan Juc Surf Life Saving Club with breath-taking views of Jan Juc Beach.
How fit do I need to be?
It is important that runners of all age groups have trained for their entered distance and are able to complete the course distance in a reasonable time. Event Safety teams will remove runners from the event if they are taking too long for their own safety and for the safety of the overall event.
Early Bird entry cost (up to 11:00pm, Wed 23 March):
Multi event discount:
There is a $5 discount per entrant for each additional event selected from the Bash and Danger events.
Juniors & Seniors discount:
Juniors (< 18 years of age) and Seniors (from 60 years of age) receive a $5 discount on the full entry cost.
How many categories are there in each event?
Registration is located at the Carnarvon Avenue, Jan Juc car park (https://goo.gl/maps/qs1nnXbKxb7DUHsV8) and is open from 8:00am to 11:15am on the day of the event. All entrants collect their run pack (t-shirt, race bib number and instructions) from the registration tent.
How do I enter?online. In line with running a COVID safe event, there will be no paper entry forms, nor cash or physical credit card transactions accepted on the day. Online entries close at 11:15am on the day of the event, 15 minutes before the start of the last event.
CAN I CHANGE MY MIND WHAT EVENT TO SWIM IN AFTER REGISTERING?
Yes. In the email received confirming your entry, select the link to edit your entry and save the updated details.
What do I need to run in?
Runners are encouraged to wear appropriate clothing for running. Though temperatures are generally more stable in autumn, watch for abnormally high or low forecast temperatures and dress appropriately. Make sure you are wearing suitable footwear for running on asphalt, gravel tracks and sand and that your timing device can be affixed to your clothing.
How do you record my time?
Every competitor is provided with an electronic timing device on their numbered race bib that must be worn to record their time. Timing pads are located at the start and the finish lines to record competitor times and results will be available on the Jan Juc Surf Club’s website later in the day of the race.
Do I need a medical check up?
Everyone who competes in these events should be a regular runner and should have trained for their entered distance and regular medical check ups are encouraged. If you have not been running for a while or have never run in a fun run before, you should have a medical check-up.
When do I get the event T-Shirt?
Event T-Shirts are available on the day when event bags are collected from the registration area.
Do I have to have a Covid Vaccination?
You have to be vaccinated to enter the Bells Bash Cliff Run if you are 12 or over and be able to show your certificate (or present your medical exemption certificate). You can use the Medicare app or Victoria Service app on your phone, or print out a copy of your certificate and bring it with you. All competitors must have proof of vaccination. No proof of vaccination or medical exemption = No Run.
What do I do if I am unable to compete on the day?
If you cannot compete for personal reasons or because you are unwell - email firstname.lastname@example.org with the details. Please note that there are no refunds. If you have not collected your event entry pack with the event t-shirt – it will be mailed to you.
Who runs the event and what do the entry fees go towards?
Jan Juc Surf Life Saving Club’s volunteer lifesavers provide event management and safety for this event with hundreds of club members involved in the delivery of the event on the day.
This event is an important fund-raising event for the Jan Juc Surf Life Saving Club and all money raised helps keep volunteer patrols on the beach at Jan Juc, keeping community and visitors safe. Obtaining your and the community’s continued support for this event is vital to the 100% volunteer service.
Is there a map of the course?
Course maps will be available the first week of February.
*Please note due to safety reasons, the event course may change.
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