Entries open Sunday, May 27
Since 1971 Sydneysiders have been joined by participants from all over the world, elite athletes rubbing shoulders with locals to run, walk or watch the 14km race from Hyde Park in Sydney’s CBD to the finish at Bondi Beach.
Whether you’re a serious runner, jogger, walker, pusher or want to join in for the first time, don’t miss your chance to be a part of Sydney’s favourite sporting event. Entries will open in late May.
In one of the most exciting finishes ever in the City2Surf, Liam Adams from Victoria has beaten one of the race favourites, Michael Shelley by just two seconds
Jess Trengove from South Australia was the women’s champion, edging out Emily Brichacek from ACT.
Elite wheelchair athlete Kurt Fearnley took out the top spot among the men's elite wheelchair athletes with a time of 38 minutes and three seconds. Kurt says; “it’s a challenging and technical course, but I love it! The rain makes it hard, especially on the hills. I can’t wait to come back next year on a dry course and see how fast i can really go.” Women’s champion of the elite wheelchair start was Christie Dawes from Merewether, New South Wales who completed the course in a time of 47 minutes and 35 seconds.