About Mountain to Surf

Mountain to Surf was first thought of in 1979, with the first event held in 1980.

2017 saw a change in course layout with the setting of new records.

The 2018 event will be the 39th annual running of the ‘Mountain to Surf’.

The current record holders (2017 onwards) are:

  • Men: Gene KAND – 02:42:55 (set in 2017)
  • Women: Louise KOWALEWSKI – 03:06:51 (set in 2017)

The record holders (1980 to 2016) are:

  • Men: Matt DRAVITZKI – 02:13:02 (set in 2006)
  • Women: Bernie PORTENSKI – 02:34:39 (set in 1992)

Mark your diaries – next year’s marathon 3 March 2018

2017 winners

  • Men: Gene Rand 02:42:55
  • Women: Louise KOWALESKI 03:06:51

Previous Results

View 2017 results, 2017 Photos

View 2016 results, 2016 Photos

View 2015 results

Apply to be the charity for the 2018 Bayleys Mountain to Surf Marathon

Nominations are open for charities to apply to become the 2018 Bayleys Mountain to Surf Marathon charity. Nominations must include a covering letter on official (club, charity, event, person) letterhead together with the Nomination for 2018 Charity Form.

Please email the completed form and covering letter to marathon@athleticstaranaki.org.nz by 4pm Friday 18 August.  No late nominations will be accepted.

 

Event Options

Marathon: 42.2km point to point course from the gates of Egmont National Park to East End Reserve, Nobs Line, New Plymouth. Medals for all marathon finishers. Click here to view a map of the course.

Two Person Marathon Relay: Two person team, change over at half way at 971 Mountain Road, SH 3A, Inglewood. Each do 21.1km, point to point course from the gates of Egmont National Park to East End Reserve, Nobs Line, New Plymouth. Click here to view a map of the course.

RMY Legal Four Person Marathon Relay: Four person team, change overs at Dudley Road School (9km), 971 Mountain Road, SH 3A, Inglewood (20.8km) and De Havilland Drive (32.1km) – 1st leg 9km, 2nd leg 11.8km, 3rd leg 11.3km and 4th leg 10.1km.  Point to point course from the gates of Egmont National Park to East End Reserve, Nobs Line, New Plymouth. Click here to view a map of the course.

Shoe Clinic Half Marathon: 21.1km point to point course from Hillsborough Hall, Cnr Egmont and Henwood roads, Bell Block to East End Reserve, Nobs Line, New Plymouth. Click here to view a map of the course.