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Jack Hale

He burst on to the scene in 2014 by breaking the Australian U'18 record at a school carnival in Hobart.  Since then he has;

  • Set a new Australian U'20 100m record of 10.21
  • Set a new Australian U'18 100m records of 10.38
  • 2nd in the 2016 Australian 100m open final
  • 3rd in the 2016 Stawell Gift Final
  • Broken the Tasmanian Open men's 100m record 6 times (currently 10.38seconds)
  • Named the 6th most exciting athlete to watch at the IAAF World Youth Championships in Columbia in July by the IAAF.

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B&E Hobart Run The Bridge

A record 3277 runners and walkers tackled the iconic 2017 B&E Hobart Run The Bridge.  With a 10km, 5km and 1km event on offer, the event has now grown to be the second largest in Tasmania.  Dave McNeill took out the  'battle of the sexes' challenge, catching Ethiopia's Makda Haji in the final 50m to win the $2000 bonus.    Find out more here.

Tasmanian Christmas Carnival Series

EPIC had a thrilling time promoting the past two Fulton Hogan Tasmanian Christmas Carnivals series.  It was an honour to be able to promote this historical Tasmanian sporting institution and we look forward to bringing exciting action in 2017/2018 across Tasmania.  The series includes carnivals in Rosebury, Launceston, Latrobe, Devonport, Burnie, Hobart and St Helens.

Lottoland Mitchell Street Million Dollar Mile

The hottest mile in the southern hemisphere hit the main street of Darwin in 2017 on September 17.  With $60,000 in prizemoney, including $15,000 to win both the elite mens and womens, it was once again the richest mile in the world.  Nearly 800 participants took up the challenge, with victories in the elite categories going to Kenyan Silas Kiplagat and Australia's Brittany McGowan.

Tasmanian Olympic Council Dinner

On August 21 we hosted 230 guests for a black tie fundraising dinner at Blundstone Arena in Hobart.  The crowd, including Premier Will Hodgman, was enthralled with tails from guest speaker, Olympic Champion Steve Hooker and entertainment from Saroo Brierley and the Crooners.

Sunbuild Top End Gran Fondo

The 2017 edition of Darwin's biggest ride was held in beautiful dry season weather on August 20.  With a 120km, 60km and 3km option, this amazing fun run on a bike is set to be a popular event with locals and interstate riders looking to escape the Southern Australia winter in years to come.   The 2018 edition is in full planning mode for August 19.

A-League Action in Tasmania

Epic Events & Marketing were in deep negotiations with an A-League club to play a match in Tasmania during the 2015/2016 season.  Sadly on this occassion it didn't transpire, but conversations continue with key stakeholders to make this a reality in future seasons..  Not since Melbourne Victory and Central Coast Mariners played at Aurora Stadium in January 2013 have we hosted a match for points, so as the excitement builds EPIC will be at the forefront.