Breaking News Today – The Sunshine Coast Half Marathon

Breaking News Today – The Sunshine Coast Half Marathon

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Tomorrow, Clare Geraghty will be up at three in the morning, racing from Brisbane to the Sunshine Coast Half Marathon. A former dancer, she has rebuilt her running career following a series of fractures. Although many believed she would never run again, she now runs 60 to 80km a week. She has already won the Noosa Half Marathon in May, and she’s determined to keep chasing her goal.

The Sunshine Coast Half Marathon is a point-to-point course with over 140m of net downhill. The course is flat and fast, allowing for excellent running conditions, even in winter. Participants can expect temperatures that don’t exceed 32 degrees Celsius. The race starts in Gibsons, BC, and finishes in Sechelt, BC, 21.1 kilometres to the north.

The race is stacked with podium contenders. Last year’s champions, Sara Hall and Jack Rayner, are returning to defend their titles. The two have won numerous races around the world, including Australia and the USA. With their strong local form, a podium repeat this year is highly likely. As a result, they have high targets to reach for the next big race down under.

Despite the lack of a personal best, Diver and Weightman were still able to secure podium finishes in the race. Each clocked a time under one hour. Diver was the only women in the top three who hadn’t clocked a personal best. As a result, Diver’s finish was the highest of the three top three finishers in a women’s half marathon in Australia.

The men’s race was close as well. Kevin Batt won the race in 1:04:12, followed by Louis McAfee and James Coleman. Despite the incredibly close race, the defending champion, Jack Rayner, crossed the line two minutes earlier. However, he was deemed short of the course by race officials.

The course includes a section that takes the racers up to the Mooloolah River rock wall. The course also takes competitors past the point of Point Cartwright and continues down the coast along Pacific Boulevard. The route then ends near the Kawana Waters Surf Life Saving Club. This race has received widespread support from serious competitors as well as fun runners. It is even a popular event with family groups.

This event is a great way to support the community. The volunteers involved in the event do wonderful work. Not only do the participants get a great run, but the community benefits immensely from this event. This year’s race will be the 37th. This year’s sunshine coast half marathon will celebrate its 37th year. This year’s race is set to be one of the best yet. With over 3,800 runners, the sunshine coast half marathon is a fantastic event for the whole family.


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