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Sunday 29 September 2019
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Make a commitment now to be a part of Hamilton’s running festival on Sunday 29 September. Website will open for entries on 8th February.  There is a distance for everyone, Direct Group Uniforms Hamilton Half Marathon Run/Walk, TDO 10km Run/Walk, Mark Keesom Ray White Online Realty Ltd 5km Fun Run/Walk and Kindercare Kids Commando Challenge.

STANDARD ENTRY FEES TO 22 SEPTEMBER

Half Marathon                              65.00

10km                                            50.00

5km                                              30.00

Kids Commando Challenge         20.00

EVERY FINISHER RECEIVES A MEDAL

ANNOUNCING JOHN HARRIS MEMORIAL TROPHY

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WELCOME back to Achilles New Zealand who through their Hamilton Chapter are excited to be part of this event.   Did you know that Achilles International, was established in 1983 in New York City to encourage people with disabilities to participate in mainstream athletics, in New Zealand Achilles was established in 1993.  Achilles has become an international organization that provides support, training, and technical expertise to runners at all levels. Achilles welcome people with all kinds of disabilities, such as: visual impairment, stroke, cerebral palsy, paraplegia, arthritis, amputation, multiple sclerosis, cystic fibrosis, cancer, traumatic head injury, and many others. With the help of volunteer guides, athletes participate in workouts and races using crutches, wheelchairs, handcycles, prostheses, or without aid at all.

Our charity this year is again True Colours and there is an opportunity when you enter online to make a voluntary donation to them.

We welcome on board new drink station sponsors Les Mills Hamilton

 

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Entries Open

February 2019

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Kids Challenge
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True Colours Children’s Health Trust

True Colours supports seriously ill children, their whānau and community during their time of need through counselling, nursing care and education.

www.truecolours.org.nz

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