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    Monday, 16 October 2017 09:12

    Maroubra Fun Run 2017

     

    Maroubra Fun Run this year is going to be held on 22nd October. We invite all club members to participate at this popular local fun run.

    There are few races on offer, 8k, 4k, 4k walk and also 4k wheelchair. There are a multitude of trophies and prizes ($2000) to be won on the day.

     


     

    Trophies are awarded for First, Second and Third place in each sex/age/race category and for First place in the Team events. This adds up to over 100 trophies in the various divisions.  In other words, if you are a serious competitor, your chances of winning a trophy are quite good.

    There are also prizes for the male and female outright winners of the 4k and 8k run events, and lots of spot prizes awarded at the presentation ceremony after the race. Be there to win!  (Any tropies not received on the day will be available for collection from Walsh’s Village Pharmacy)

    More information, including online entry, can be found here.

     
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