Event Details

Event Details

When

SUNDAY 1 September 2019

Location

Parade Grounds - Grand Drive in Centennial Parklands, Sydney

Distances

2km, 5kms or 10 kms

Start Times

9:00am - 5km & 10km

10:30am - 2km

Pricing

Entry prices for the 2km event, 5km run/walk and the 10km run/walk are listed below.

2km distance

Early Bird

Standard

Late/on the day

Parent

$15

$20

$25

Child (6-17years)

$10

$15

$20

Family team (2 adults, 2 kids)

$40

$50

$60

Children 5yrs and under
(as at 1 September 2019)

FREE

FREE

FREE

5km distance       

 Early Bird       

Standard

Late/on the day      

Adult (18+)                                           

$45

$50

$55

Child  

$30

$35

$40

Family team (2 adults, 2 kids)

$80

$90

$100

 

10km distance                         

Early Bird

 Standard         

 Late/on the day  

Adult

$55

 $60

 $65

Child (17 years and under)

$45

 $50

 $55

Family team (2 adults, 2 kids)

$130

$140

$150

 

 

 

 

Event Registration Information

We encourage all participants to register online prior to the event, however registrations will be open on the day (unless the event is sold out prior).

Early Bird Entries

Online Registrations - 9 July to midnight, 4 August

Standard Entries

Online Registrations - 5 August to midnight, 29 August

Late/On The Day Entries

Online Registrations - 30 August to 1 September

On-the-day registrations - Subject to availability from 7:30am

Event Kits 

Event Kits are to be picked up by participants on the day of the Father's Day Warrior Run - Sunday 1st September 2019.

The pick up location is at the 'Registration Centre' at the event. Site map coming soon.

What to bring on collection

To pick up your Event Kit you must bring a copy of your confirmation email sent after you have completed online registration. If you can't find your confirmation email, please contact peta.m@imf.org.au. Your Event Kit includes your race number and timing chip.

If you are unable to pick up your Event Kit you can nominate someone to collect it on your behalf. The person you nominate will need to bring a copy of the confirmation email.

If you have any further queries please email the Event office at peta.m@imf.org.au.

Race Details


Race Course

See here for map of 2k, 5k & 10k course

Start Line Cut-off

All runners in the 5km and 10km must have started by 9:05am. No runners will be permitted to start after this time.

Drink Stations

There will be a drink station at start and finish on the day. There will also be one on course of the 10k run only.

Age Categories

Juniors - under 13 years (as at 1 September 2019)

Seniors - 13 years + (as at 1 September 2019)

1st, 2nd and 3rd placegetters (male and female) will be presented with an award on the day of the Warrior Run.

Finisher Rewards

Entrants will recieve a Finishers Medal once they complete their event. This will feature 2010 IMP Graduate and father, Juan Darwin, who is a strong, confident and highly motivated character. Juan was part of the four selected in the first ever Indigenous Marathon Project back in 2010, making history to be one of the first Indigenous Australians to run and complete a marathon (New York City). Juan hails from the remote town of Maningrida, located in Northern Territory.  Juan is a true role model not only for his community but for all of Australia.

Entrants will be able to download a unique 'Finisher's Certificate' from the Results section of this website at the completion of the Warrior Run.

Baggage

Baggage will be available during the Events, at the tent next to the registration marquee.

Transport to Event

Consider your public transport options to get to the WARRIOR Run race start in Centennial Park, Sydney.For more information on track work, timetables, maps and trip planning, use Transport Info: http://www.transportnsw.info, or call 131 500.Revised car parking options TBA

 

Indigenous community events

2019

Jabiru - Kakadu, Arnhem Land (NT)

More events tbc

2018

Cairns (QLD)

Thursday Island (QLD)

Broome (WA)

Darwin (NT)

Aldinga (SA)

APY Lands (SA)

Galiwinku (NT)

For more information regarding the Indigenous community events, please contact Cara Smith - cara.s@imf.org.au