About the Show
ATEC, Australia’s premier event celebrating the endurance lifestyle is back on the weekend of 9-10 September in Sydney to kick off the season!
The third edition of ATEC will take place at the Royal Hall of Industries in Sydney’s Moore Park Precinct. Every year ATEC attracts thousands of cyclists, runners, swimmers, triathletes and endurance sports enthusiasts to engage with leading endurance brands, learn from industry influencers, meet inspiring athletes and take part in the interactive seminars, workshops, competitions and activations.
Meet Craig “Crowie” Alexander and other inspiring endurance athletes at the ATEC Show!
Craig “Crowie” Alexander, five-time Triathlon World Champion, will be attending the third edition of the ATEC Show this September as the official ATEC Ambassador. During the ATEC weekend, Crowie will take part in a 45-minute Q&A session on the main stage, two “meet & greet” sessions and live workshops presented by Sansego.
In addition, Pete Jacobs, Ironman Triathlon World Champion (2012), Pat Farmer, Ultra-marathon runner and Henk Vogels, professional Cyclist and World Champion will be involved in the ATEC Weekend. Visit the ambassador page to see who else is joining this year!
A line-up of Educational Seminars, Workshops, Cooking Demonstrations and Live Activations
To prepare you for the season, ATEC offers a variety of educational seminars, practical workshops, live activations, cooking demonstrations and competitions to participate in. ATEC will include something for every endurance athlete, from beginner’s level to advanced & from swimming, running and cycling to strength training and nutritional advice. Check out the seminar schedule on the website now and stay tuned for the full schedule of events, which will be launched soon!
The ATEC Endurance Cinema
Run Nation Running Film Festival and ATEC have partnered to present an ATEC Endurance Cinema that will feature 110 minutes of curated content dedicated to the most inspirational running films from around the world. The curated content focuses on the ‘human interest’ side and running is merely the medium of storytelling on the big screen. The screening will take place on the evening of Saturday 9th September, 2017 at the Hoyts, Entertainment Quarter.