The Blackmores Sydney Running Festival will return to its spectacular course taking over 33,000 entrants across the Sydney Harbour Bridge – traffic free, on Sunday 17 September 2017.
The Blackmores Bridge Run, traditionally 9km, has now been extended to a certified and accurate 10km course which will finish at the Sydney Opera House for the first time in five years.
The Blackmores Sydney Running Festival consists of four events:
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Japan and Ethiopia cross for line honours at Blackmores Sydney Marathon 2016 up to 33,000 cross Sydney Harbour Bridge on four coursesTuesday 20 Sep, 16
12:10pm SYDNEY: For the second consecutive year a Japanese runner has won the Blackmores Sydney Marathon, Tomohiro Tanigawa finishing atop the standings in 2 hours, 12 minutes and 13 seconds (2:12:13), the third fastest time in the history of the event.
Up to 33,000 people ran and walked across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to finish lines at the Sydney Opera House and Conservatorium of Music in the 16th Blackmores Sydney Running Festival.
Urban Events & Catering Dishes Up Refreshments at the Blackmores Sydney Running Festival Recovery VillageWednesday 14 Sep, 16
The Blackmores Sydney Running Festival finishers and supporters will be treated to Sydney’s most delicious post-event refreshments from leading catering providers - Urban Events & Catering whilst enjoying spectacular views of Sydney Harbour from the Blackmores Recovery Village.
Final Preparation Tips for the Blackmores Sydney Running Festival
Sunday 18 September 2016
If you’re one of more than 34,000 people signed up to take part in the Blackmores Sydney Running Festival, we’ve got some tips to help you have a fun and safe day on Sunday 18 September.
Vlad Shatrov, Blackmores Sydney Running Festival Official trainer and Runlab founder says to get the most out of your event it’s a good idea to do some planning ahead.
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