Great Southern Herald Article

Media Clip -Great Southern Herald pdf

Some more local papers featuring the Mates500 Relay

Manjimup Bridgetown pdf   Countryman 20 March pdf

Good articles in local papers about Mates500 Relay

check out the full articles here Media Clip – Kojonup News Media Clip – Donnybrook Bridgetown Mail pdf

Another banner at Kulin

Paul Omodei Snr with local Kulin organiser Graeme Robertson

Putting our first banner up at Gnowangerup

Paul Omodei Snr and Wayne Pach

Aglime of Australia right behind Men’s Health Run

Premier supplier of lime in WA, Aglime of Australia has become the naming rights sponsor of the 2014 Mates 500 Relay – a 1500 kilometre 11 day running event from Mukinbudin to Manjimup from Monday 24March 2014.  This event aims to raise funds and awareness of men’s health and wellbeing issues in regional areas.
Aglime of […]

Day 6 – Wagin to Kojonup (142 kms)

Where in the world is Moodiarrup?
Anyone who knows Heath East, will have witnessed many times the great resolve shown this morning when he was out on the road 2 hours prior to the other runners walking 12 kms to give his Mates a head start for Day 6.
Accompanied by his wife, one car with 2 support […]

Day 4 – Dumbleyung to Kulin (151 km) | Day 5 Kulin to Wagin (158)

Injury: an atheletes worst nightmare (Michael Jordan circa 1988).
309 kilometres in 2 days saw the resting of Relay Mate, Heath East on day 5 to prevent further injury.
Cold mornings, rain and warm days have seen our Mates endure tough conditions during this leg of the relay but every morning (along with the ‘Pit Crew’) they […]

Day 3 – Cranbrook to Dumbleyung (132 kms)

Despite the 40 degree heat, the Mates battled through the day to finish the 132 kilometres from Cranbrook to Dumbleyung in a touch under 12 hours.
A BIG thank you to Katanning locals Jimbob, Johnno and Sully and to the over 100 strong crowd who came out in support of our evening event.
Mr Vince Garreffa the ‘Prince of […]

Day 2 – Northcliffe to Cranbrook (182 kms)

Mates 500 Relay would like to acknowledge the wonderful craft of Mr Jamie Nicolaou.