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Adelaide’s sporting calendar is brimming with major events. See some of the world’s best tennis stars in action at the World Tennis Challenge. Back a winner at the TattsBet Adelaide Cup. Watch Holden and Ford battle it out in the famous round of the V8 Supercar Championship. View modern and classic cars at the Targa Adelaide. Other events on the calendar include the 4-star equestrian Australian International 3 Day Event and UCI WorldTour cycling event, the Santos Tour Down Under.
What's on now
Australian Duathlon Championships 2014
Join us in the heart of Adelaide on Sunday 19 October for the Australian Duathlon Championships 2014 , the main selection race for Triathlon Australia's national team to compete at the 2015 ITU Duathlon World Championships. The race course will have the city of Adelaide as its backdrop, with scenic views over the River Torrens, Adelaide Oval, and to the Adelaide Hills. The race finish will be held at Elder Park, accommodating thousands of spectators.
Corona Yorkes Surfing Classic
The Corona Yorkes Surfing Classic presented by
Billabong is arguably South Australia's most prestigious pro-am surfing event. With more than $10,000 worth of
cash and prizes this year's event will one of be the biggest amateur surfing
event ever to be held in South Australia. Held on 4 to 6 October suffers
try to catch best and biggest waves available across the 'Bottom-End' of
Southern Yorke Peninsula within the Innes National Park. The event has grown to
become a major sporting attraction for both surfers and spectators alike.
AFL Masters National Carnival
AFL Masters National Carnival is a carnival of fun Australian Football League (AFL) football games for players 35 and older. Held in Adelaide from 28 September to 4 October, the competition is between state teams in age groups from Over 35s, up to the Over 55s. The event features an official opening ceremony at the Marion Sports Club followed by the popular sprints and drop kicks competitions. Spectators are well to come and cheer the participants at all the games.
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