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Thousands of Sydneysiders pounded the pavement to
participate in The Sydney Morning Herald
Sun Run, part of Sydney’s ultimate sporting weekend held from Dee Why to Manly.
This year the event boasted a new 10km course on top of its existing 7km course,
showcasing the best of Sydney’s glorious Northern Beaches.
David Nilsson took
out the top male spot in the new 10km course with a time of 31 minutes and 49
seconds, while Victoria
Mitchell won the female category, finishing the
course in 36 minutes and 15 seconds.
First place for the
7km race was won by Scott Dowse with a time of 25 minutes and 46 seconds, while
Lucy Starrat took out the top female spot, crossing the line in 27 minutes and 01
The Sun Run saw people of all ages and capabilities
take on the course, which weaves its way along the striking coastline with all
finishers receiving a commemorative medal for their efforts.