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REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2019 BLACKMORES SYDNEY RUNNING FESTIVAL

Thursday 11 Apr, 19

REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2019 Blackmores sydney running festival

SUNDAY 15 SEPTEMBER 2019

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Registrations are now open for the 2019 Blackmores Sydney Running Festival on Sunday 15 September 2019. More than 35,000 entrants are expected to run the scenic courses and across the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge – traffic free.

 

Record numbers run across the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sunday 16 Sep, 18

KENYA claims Sydney marathon victory as record numbers take part in Australia’s biggest running festival

Record numbers take part – 37,291 runners

More than $1.5 MILLION RAISED FOR CHARITIES

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Kenyan runners have taken out the Men’s and Women’s Blackmores Sydney Marathon in cool and windy conditions which blew away any chance of a course record. 

Olympian Eloise Wellings joins Blackmores Sydney Running Festival Broadcast Team

Friday 24 Aug, 18

Live broadcast on Network Ten, 7.00am – 10:00am 16 September 2018

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Two-time Olympian and Athletics Australia ambassador, Eloise Wellings, will join the world-renowned commentary team comprising of Olympic legend and former World Record holder, Steve Ovett, Australian Olympian Steve Moneghetti and sports commentator Ian Cohen for the Blackmores Sydney Marathon.

MEDIA RELEASE: REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2018 Blackmores sydney running festival

Tuesday 8 May, 18

MEDIA RELEASE
REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2018 Blackmores sydney running festival
SUNDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 2018
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Registrations are now open for the 2018 Blackmores Sydney Running Festival on Sunday 16 September 2018 with more than 33,000 entrants expected to run the scenic courses and across the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge – traffic free.

The Blackmores Sydney Running Festival consists of four fun events with a distance for all ages and abilities:

beyondblue speaker runs for mental health

Tuesday 20 Mar, 18

Anxiety and depression can affect anyone of any age, at any stage of life. Currently, around three million people in Australia are living with anxiety or depression. At 23 years of age, Hayley was diagnosed with depression and generalised anxiety disorder. With the support of family, friends, her GP and mental health professionals, Hayley is in a better headspace and able to look after herself.

“It has taken me a while to find what works for me, and what gives me the energy to maintain a great headspace,” Hayley said.

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