Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run

February 1, 2012

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Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run, Sydney’s new fun run was first held in 2011. The spectacular course (approx 6.5km) from Dee Why to Manly showcases the best of the Northern Beaches. Runners, joggers and walkers are all encouraged to take up the challenge of the Sun Run. The event aims to raise much needed funds for more than 600 charities, including the Dee Why Surf Life Saving Club. All finishers will receive a commemorative medal.

Website: Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run | Feb 4, 2012

Events

  • 4 Mile Run (6.45Km)

Registration

The early bird entry fees is 445 for adults, $37 for children and $5 for kids under 5. To participate in Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run you can register in the official website.

Course / Route Map

Starting at The Strand in Dee Why and finishing on the Steyne in Manly the course heads the participants through Griffin Road, Carrington Parade, Lumsdaine Drive, Evans Street, Charles Street, Undercliff Road, Dowling Street, Crown Street, Cavill Street, Dalley St, Queenscliff Road, Greycliffe Street, North Steyne and Raglan Street.

Results

Results of past runs for all runners are available at our Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run Results page.

Race Date

Jan 31, 2015

Event Type

Start Times
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No. Runners

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Website

Race Website

Results

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Social Media

Race Registration

No registration information provided.

Course / Route Map

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Race Profile / Elevation Map

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Race Tags

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Time Limits & Cutoffs

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Course Records

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Prize Money & Awards

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T-Shirts, Medals, Certificates

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Water Stops & Refreshments

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Expected Race Day Weather

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