It's a tad late, but it's here! Check the final 2016 EBTV Daily Wrap video from Sunday, with host Fraser Stewart. Share with your families and relive some great memories and one of your best weekends of the year at the Maryborough, RACV Energy Breakthrough.
Congratulations to everyone – win, lose or draw in this year’s 25th RACV Energy Breakthrough. You survived some very hot and dry weather, but all persevered in the spirit of the event! Find your final Daily Wrap and Provisional results by reading this article.
Saturday is always the busiest day of the RACV Energy Breakthrough. With all Primary HPV and Pushcart events escalating to their epic conclusions, and all Secondary trails commence. With innovation, a junkyard challenge, a VIP luncheon and Eye of the Tiger playing at least four times, Saturday was exciting, hectic and eclectic.
Friday the 21st saw the first day of racing for the weekend. With the Primary Pushcarts completing their endurance race in the morning, the tri-athlon on the RACV track in the afternoon, and the beginning of the Primary School HPV trial on the Holden Track. Lots of fun was to be had by all, with thrills, spills, and some fantastic feats of human power shown in all events. Check out the Friday daily wrap
We made it to Sunday - an epic edition of the RACV Energy Breakthrough. Yep, plenty of action, excitement and personalites to capture the final EBTV's Daily Wrap for 2014, as presented by Jake Stevens.
It was a busy Saturday at the RACV Energy Breakthrough and there was plenty of action to capture on EBTV's Daily Wrap, as presented by Jake Stevens
Here's the second of our 2014 EB TV Daily Wraps by our roving reporter, Jake 'Cobba' Stevens. Every category - except the Innovations in Technology - were in action today. Enjoy the sights and sounds!
Hooray - the 2014 RACV Energy Breakthrough has finally started!! On our first day, teams completed their Presentations, Judging and Scrutineering before the the day wrapped up with a two hour practice session on the Holden Track for the Primary HPV teams under drizzly skies.