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The 38th Annual Gold Coast Airport Marathon will be held Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 July 2017. The event willl comprise for the 42lm, 21km and 10km races. Competitiors will race alongside the Gold Coast’s beautiful surf beaches and broadwater and has a reputation as one of the flattest and fastest courses in the world. It’s ideal if you’re striving for a personal best time. There will be more than 27,000 participants of all ages and abilities competing over the weekend. Visit the website to find out more details and to register now.
The Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10k has been strategically placed in the Sydney running calendar to provide the perfect test before the winter classics. The 10km race will commence at 7.30am. To assist you in achieving your personal best, pace makers will be holding a coloured flag and an identifiable singlet with the pace time marked on the back. Register online now as a University student before you miss out and visit the website for more details.
Be apart of WA's largest community sporting event. The 2017 Chervon City to Surf is on again, 27 August in Perth. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned athlete, there is a distance and pace to suit everyone. Remember to register as a University student, to qualify for the Australian University Championships. For more info on course maps, prices and transport, jump onto the website.
The 2017 Blackmores Sydney Running Festival was on Sunday 17 September. It was your chance to enter a Full or Half Marathon along the Sydney Harbour foreshore. The faster, more scenic and spectator friendly course, has been widely enjoyed by the running community since the changes in 2010. There will be free public transport available for all competitors and it will be the best way to arrive and depart the precinct due to multiple road closures. . For more info, visit the website.
Registrations are open now for the 2017 Medibank Melbourne Running Festival. This year the Festival will once again comprise of: 42.2km Marathon, 21.1km Half Marathon and the 10Km Run. The Event is set in the heart of Melbourne with various event courses running through Yarra Park, St Kilda and the City of Port Phillip. Like previous years the Marathon is also planned to finish in the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Get in and get tagging the Official #melbmara with all your training runs and pre race preps. For more info, visit the Facebook page or website.