Sydney Running Events | May 2015

 
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Sydney 10

Date: Saturday, 2nd May

Distance: 2.5km, 5km, 10km

Fees: $10-$40

Location: Sydney Olympic Park

Feel like an Olympian in this fun, family fitness event. All events start at Dawn Fraser Avenue and finish on the 350 metre track. Where else will you get the chance to race inside an international athletics stadium?

Mothers Day Classic

Date: Sunday 10th May

Distance: 4km, 8km

Fees: $10-$60 – two thirds of the entry fee goes directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s research programs

Location: The Domain and Parramatta Park

Instead of celebrating this Mothers’ Day with brekkie in bed you and the family can head down to the iconic locations of The Domain or Parramatta Park for some family fun while raising money for breast cancer research. This is a big one for us in our yearly calendar, can't wait for it!

Sydney Half Marathon

Date: Sunday 17th May

Distance: 21km

Fees: $60-$135 – children can enter too

Location: From Pyrmont to the Botanical Gardens

Be a part of an event known as Australia’s largest and most prestigious half marathon. Organisers aim to raise over a million dollars for over 800 charities. A relay option is also available.

Manly Scenic Fun Run and Walk

Date: Sunday 24th May

Distance: 2km, 5km, 10km the 2km and 5km routes are pram and wheelchair friendly

Fees: $15-$45 – family passes are available.

Location: Manly Beach. The 10km route has sections through scenic woodlands with harbour views.

Bring your family or team along to one of Sydney’s prettiest fun runs. Manly Rotary Club organizes this event and will donate to a range of local charities including Manly Community Centre, Manly Hospital, Manly Women’s Shelter and Australian Doctors International (a Manly-based International aid agency).

MS Fun Run and Walk

Date: Sunday 31st May

Distance: 5km, 10km the 2km and 5km routes are pram and wheelchair friendly

Fees: $25-$45 family passes are available.

Location: Sydney Olympic Park –Sydney’s largest urban park

Five thousand people will gather in Cathy Freeman Park to help raise funds for multiple sclerosis. Keep an eye out for roving entertainers along the way. And afterwards, unwind with music, food and entertainment for the whole family.