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    CARMAN'S FUN RUN/WALK 5K

    19 February 2023

     

    Elsternwick Park, Brighton
    VIC

     

    9:15am run start
    9:30am walk start

    The 5km walk or run is a wonderful opportunity to race to beat your PB (personal best), or to celebrate with family and friends and run or walk at a pace that suits you.

     

    Make your run count in 2023 by raising funds for Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA). Your fundraising helps BCNA work towards ensuring all Australians who are affected by breast cancer receive the very best care, treatment and support.

    Early Bird pricing ends at 11:59PM Thursday 8 September 2022.

    5K PRICING
    (+ Service Fee 5.5%, incl. GST + Payment Processing Fee)

    EARLY BIRD

    $55/ADULT

    $45 / under 18

    EARLY BIRD

    $55/ADULT

    $45 / under 18

    STANDARD

    $45/ADULT

    $45 / under 18

    LAST MINUTE

    $50/ADULT

    $50 / under 18

    Run Anywhere, Anytime

    If you are unable to run on February 19, you can register to run anywhere, anytime.

    You will be able to download your race bib closer to the event.

    For more info see our FAQs.

    EARLY BIRD

    $50/ADULT

    FAMILY DISCOUNT

    15% OFFFOR TWO ADULTS AND TWO KIDS (U18)

    FAMILY DISCOUNT

    15%OFF FOR TWO ADULTS

    AND TWO KIDS (U18)

    COURSE MAP

    A flat 1 lap out and back course, that takes you along St Kilda St, past Middle Brighton Sea Baths and Royal Brighton Yacht Club along The Esplanade. Returning to finish on Bayside’s Elsternwick Park.

     

    EVENT DAY TIMELINE

    5:45 am

    Event Village opens

    9:30am

    5km walk starts

    7:10am

    Half Marathon starts

    10:30am

    All events road closure

    8:15am

    10km starts

    1:00pm

    Event concludes

    9:15am

    5km run starts

    5K

    General Information

    Age limits

    All children under the age of 8 years old must be accompanied by a guardian. The child’s guardian must be entered in the event.

     

    Start line

    Elsternwick Park, Head St.

    First Wave -9:15am (female only)

    Wave 2 -9:17am (female only)

    Wave 3 -9:19am (female only)

    Last Wave -9:25am (female & male)

     

    5K road cut off

    If participants do not make road cut off times they will be allowed to complete the course on the footpaths.

     

    5km road cut off: 10:30am

     

    Will there be an awards ceremony at the end of the event and how will the top 3 place getters be awarded?

    Yes, placegetters will be awarded based on gun time rather than the adjusted time for each run (net time). Trophies and prizes will be presented to participants post-race.

     

    Participant instructions

    Can be downloaded closer to event.

     

    Drink stations
    There will be a drink station located at approximately the 2.5km mark.

     

    Clothing storage

    Clothing storage is available during the run/walk. Your race number features a tear-off strip for you to attach to your backpack or clothing bag. Do not leave any valuables in your bag as we cannot accept responsibility for valuables lost or stolen. 

     

    We no longer offer single-use plastic bags at the bag drop, so please remember to bring your own bag to the event.  

     

     

    For more event information, visit our FAQ's page.

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    FUNDRAISING

    Sole Motive is proud to announce that Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is the official charity partner for the 2023 Carman’s Fun Run.Join us and help BCNA in their important work to raise funds and spread awareness for people affected by breast cancer.
    Make your run count in 2023.

    Get rewarded with your fundraising dollars!

    - Raise $50pp to receive BCNA knee high Pink Lady socks

    - Raise $100 to receive BCNA pink cap

    - Raise $200 to go into the draw to win a fitness pack

    - Raise over $500 to be invited to the VIP marquee and receive a goodie bag 

    Where is my money going?

    Aside from information and support, one of the key things BCNA does is advocate and inform policy to improve costs of treatment, and faster listing of new and innovative drugs on PBS, and devices and tests on MBS.

     

    With your help, BCNA can:

    • - Provide peace of mind, and information, with factual, tailored information through My Journey
    • - Support people affected by breast cancer via our caring Helpline
    • - Advocated for new medications to come onto the PBS to improve access to treatment options
    • - Ensure the voice and experience of the BCNA network influences breast cancer policy and research innovation

    PARTNERS