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Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia
For 23 years, The Sunday Mail Bridge to Brisbane has held a special place in the hearts of our community; uniting race-goers and supporters in celebration of our great city and the chance to conquer a new personal best, all while touring some of Brisbane’s most iconic landmarks.
The City2Surf is a 14km course starting from Hyde Park in Sydney’s CBD and ending at the iconic Bondi Beach.
The race starts at the intersection of Park St and College St. The course commences on a downhill on William St and heads up through the tunnel at Kings Cross. It continues along New South Head Rd through Rose Bay, then up the notorious "Heartbreak Hill" (the halfway point) and also the most scenic parts of the course. The course then turns the corner at Vaucluse, onto Old South Head Rd, then Military Rd and down the hill with ocean views, before completing a turn around at Curlewis st, into the finish line at the world famous and spectacular Bondi Beach.
The City2Surf finish line is located on Queen Elizabeth Drive, adjacent to the children’s playground, north of the Bondi Pavilion, with runners finishing in a southbound direction
Pelican Park, Clontarf, QLD
Come and see why thousands of fans return each year for Queensland's most scenic fun run: the Jetty 2 Jetty on the Redcliffe Foreshore in Queensland on Sunday, 21 July 2019.
This annual fun run offers four great events and has been designed to cater to people from all walks of life. If you have a passion for running, want to walk for a cause or feel like going for a pleasant stroll, sign up for Jetty 2 Jetty. What’s more, you’ll get to experience the beauty of the seaside landscape of the Redcliffe Peninsula!
This year, the Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run will once again feature the Healthy Living Expo. This expo will include a variety of health and well-being market stalls. Discover more about living a healthy lifestyle by visiting these stalls and discovering all they have to offer.
The Gold Coast Marathon is an annual marathon race on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It is "Australia's premier road race", and is one of only two marathons in Australia to hold a IAAF Gold Label status. The event is held on the first Sunday of July each year with races also being held the day before
First to enter will need to set up the team using the link: https://www.brisbanemarathon.com.au/team-entries
SBR will be supporting the 10km and Half Marathon at Brisbane Marathon Festival
Half Marathon starts at Colchester Street, Brisbane at 6am
Asics 10km starts at Colchester Street, Brisbane at 7am
One of the most historic events on the Queensland running calendar, the Brisbane Marathon Festival has iconic resonance with the 1982 Commonwealth Games where the famed Robert de Castella was first across the line in a celebrated victory. This magnificent day embarked a running frenzy in Brisbane where the first official Brisbane Marathon was open to the public in 1992.
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SBR are primarily supporting the YMCA Half marathon for this event
The people N places Pentathrun is a full weekend event held at the end of May each year. It comprises of 5 races each of which is a different “type” of race that together mean a competitor has completed a Marathon Distance over the weekend in five different events. We start with a 1/2 marathon Saturday morning followed by a breakfast and a bus back to the start (YES it is one of the rare race events where you get to run somewhere and not just in a circuit), then after a short rest we have a 4.6km cross country. The Saturday concludes with a 5km flat road race and followed by presentations at the Sandy Creek Hotel. Sunday sees an early start for a 10km hill climb finishing again with a free breakfast and the weekend concludes with a 1500 meter “sprint” race in the main street of Warwick.