Athletes from across the country will chase a share in the $80,000 prize pool at the Bunbury Geographe Gift on March 2nd and 3rd 2019. Modelled on the famous Stawell Gift, there is a massive $18,000 up for grabs in each of the male and female 120m races.
The athletic program provides exciting racing opportunities for runners of all ages and abilities across a variety of distances, with the 120m Bunbury Geographe Gift the showcase event.
There is a total event prize pool of $78,000 with $40,000 allocated to the 120m male and female Gifts. Each Gift race has $20,000 on offer, including semifinals. The winners of the male and female races will take home $14,000 each.
As part of our commitment to the development of the next generation of athletes, the WesTrac Bunbury Geographe Gift has partnered with Bunbury and Districts Little Athletics to run clinics and a competition during the event.
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The first of the big events at the inaugural WesTrac Bunbury Geographe Gift have been decided with Ryan Camille and Sophie Watts claiming the women’s and men’s 70m titles respectively. Perth-based Watt’s defeated Katherine Sparrow and Joanne Stannard to claim the...
Curtin Athletics Club teammates Kiara Reddingius and Evan Jarvis have done the double and taken out the women’s and men’s WesTrac Bunbury Geographe Gift in spectacular fashion. Running from 3.75m Reddingius took charge with 50m to go, holding off Sophie Watts and...
Curtin Athletics Club teammates Kiara Reddingius and Evan Jarvis have done the double and taken out the women’s and men’s WesTrac Bunbury Geographe Gift in spectacular fashion.