2019 Beachside Dash – Save the Date

Get ready to hit the beach because the St.George Bank Beachside Dash will be back for the 12th time in 2019.

When: Sunday 8 September, 2019.

Where: Starting and finishing in Peter Depena Park, Sans Souci, the Dash also takes in the beautiful views of Dolls Point and Brighton.

Time: The Dash starts from 6.45am with registration open. Each Dash event starts at the following times:

10km Dash commences at 7.30am.
5km Dash commences at 9.00am.
2km Dash commences at 10.10am.

Distances: 10km, 5km & 2km. You can even run all three, if you wish! (but you’ll need to register three times)

REGISTRATION OPEN SOON

Why? The St. George Beachside DASH raises money for research at St George & Sutherland Hospitals. Help us maximise the impact of this iconic event by making a donation in addition to your registration – because medical research saves lives! #RUNFORRESEARCH

Who: The Dash truly is for participants of any age and any level of fitness. So, if you’ve always wanted to don a bib and enter a timed run, the Dash is a great place to start. Or, if you’re looking to set a personal best time, the flat course follows the footpath the whole way, so you can really clock some speed.

Tickets: Online entries open soon

Contact Tracie for information on 2019 sponsorship opportunities.
Tracie Junghans
Fundraising and Events
event@ssmrf.com.au | 02 9098 4042

Read all about the 2018 Beachside Dash here

 

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