GJ Gardner Beach Series at Orewa Beach

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February 23, 2017

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Orewa Reserve
265 Hibiscus Coast Highway Orewa Auckland 0931 NZ

GJ Gardner Beach Series at Orewa Beach is a 10 week summer sports series on Thursday evenings, with a short break over the Christmas / New Year period.

Event types: Run/Walk | Swim/Aquathon

The series is a fun, relaxed and social event to keep fit, train for a bigger event or just enjoy a summer’s evening at the beach with your family. Choose to take part in either the Run, Ocean Swim or Stand Up Paddle event options. You can choose to come along to 1 event, 10 events or any number in between – whatever works for you!

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GJ Gardner Beach Series at Orewa Beach is a 10 week summer sports series on Thursday evenings, with a short break over the Christmas / New Year period.

Event types: Run/Walk | Swim/Aquathon

The series is a fun, relaxed and social event to keep fit, train for a bigger event or just enjoy a summer’s evening at the beach with your family. Choose to take part in either the Run, Ocean Swim or Stand Up Paddle event options. You can choose to come along to 1 event, 10 events or any number in between – whatever works for you!

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The Orewa Beach Half Marathon is an annual 21km half marathon, 10km and 5k fun run and kids 2km dash, and is the final race in the Auckland Half Marathon Series.

The event has a beautiful and scenic course, designed to give you a bit of everything. Starting and finishing on Orewa Beach, you are sent through the pretty Eaves Bush track followed by a run through Kensington Park Villas down some local roads to Orewa’s new cycle/walkway and over to Silverdale and Millwater Estate. It really does have different surfaces and something new to look at the entire time.

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The Get Moving Run/Walk Festival is a 4 event series with the first and final events at Millwater.

The mission of the festival is to get the community engaged in physical activity by offering an achievable event that will support and encourage anyone to get out and give it a go! They will be there to celebrate everyone taking part from the first to the last person.

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The Colliers Coastal Challenge North Shore is an annual coastal adventure run and walk that sees participants taking on the stunning eastern coast line of Auckland’s North Shore.

There are 6km, 11m, 17km, 22km and 33km running/walking events starting at different points on the course and all ending at Windsor Reserve, King Edward Parade, Devonport.

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The Jennian Homes Mother’s Day Fun Run and Walk at the Ashburton Domain is one several events across New Zealand, supporting the Heart Foundation.

Why not hit the streets and run, walk or have a leisurely stroll with your mum, daughter, sister or a group of girlfriends this Mother’s Day? It will be a wonderful way to start the day and you’ll be doing your bit to beat heart disease and keep more families together.

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At the tip of the Whangaparaoa Peninsula lies the stunning Shakespear Regional Park. Shakesphear Regional Park is the ideal entry level course to bring your first-time family and friends along to with 100% confidence that they will love every minute! It’s got it all – farmland, interaction with some friendly animals, awesome well-groomed and all-weather single trails, wider open trail sections, a waterfall, one or two decent uphills, and stunning views!

We’ve made it easy for you to gather the entire gang, irrespective of varying fitness and age levels, and head out of the city for an action-packed family outing. The Mid and Short courses are available as walks too, so one event you may get to stretch out in the long or super long while your partner takes a wee whipper snapper or two around the mid or short course.

– Short course, 5-8km (walk or run)
– Mid-course, 10-14km (walk or run)
– Long course, 16-20km (run only)
– Super long course, 20km+ (run only)

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The Mizuno Coatesville Half Marathon is an annual 21.1km half marathon, along with the 8km Classic, 4km Downhill Dash, and 2km Kids Dash.

The rural Coatesville Classic course treats you to spectacular views, from Sky Tower on one side to the Waitakeres on the other, and the road is closed for the event.

First held in 2010 – and with a respectful nod to its predecessor, the Coatesville Fun Run – the Coatesville Classic quickly became a highlight on the Auckland road running calendar and was renamed the Coatesville Half Marathon from 2017 as part of the new Auckland Half Marathon Series.

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The Color Run™ at QBE Stadium / North Harbour Stadium in Auckland is a unique experience focused less on speed and more on crazy color fun with friends and family.

Race rules:
#1 All participants are welcome: fast, slow, runner, walker, old, and young.
#2 White shirt dress code at the official start line and ready to roll!
#3 Get completely covered in crazy coloured goodness at the finish festival.

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There is an endless and ever changing network of trails in this pine plantation forest. Once again, like last winter, we can expect Riverhead to have a sufficient amount of glorious mud and clay! For the most part, this course is on a clay surface except for the metalled road sections. We recommend wearing shoes with sufficient tread or pairing up with a buddy at the start or out on course for some of the slippery and steeper parts It’s not by any means scary but it sometimes helps runners and walkers, especially those new to the trails to have someone close by to lend a hand.

The mid and short courses are relatively friendly (elevation wise), once you head deeper into the wilderness (from the event base) there are some real lung busters and some pretty cool views to be had at these Heights. Long and Super long participants, be prepared.

We have made it easy for you to gather the entire gang, irrespectively of varying fitness and age levels, and head out of the city for an action-packed family outing. The Mid and Short courses are available as walks too, so one event you may get to strech out in the long or super long while your partner takes a wee whipper snapper or two around the mid or short course.

Short course: 5-8km (walk or run)
Mid course 10-14km (walk or run)
Long course 16-20km (run only)
Super long course 20km+ (run only)

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The Riverhead Rampage is a 5km, 10km or 21km trail run in Riverhead Forest, Auckland, proudly supported by Hallertau Brewbar and Restaurant.

To make life easier for you parents out there, childcare will be available at the school while you hit the trails for a $5 donation per child. To take advantage of this service, you must enter and register your children by the March 4th.

All money raised from this event goes to Riverhead Primary School to promote healthy and active lifestyles.

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The Beach Haven Fun Run is an annual event held at Shepherds Park in Beachhaven, Auckland in February/March each year.

There are 5km and 1km buggy-friendly tracks that go around the park and through the native bush. It is a fun community event for people of all ages and abilities. Walkers, runners, experienced and first timers are all welcome.

The event is organised and run by community volunteers to enable the community to get active, use our fabulous local parks and connect with each other. Funds raised go towards the improvement of walking tracks, making them more accessible and opening up new parts of the network.

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The Harcourts Cooper & Co Beach Series is an 18 week summer sports series taking place at Takapuna Beach in Auckland on Tuesday evenings, with a short break over the Christmas / New Year period.

Event types: Run/Walk | Swim/Aquathon

The series is a fun, relaxed and social event to keep fit, train for a bigger event or just enjoy a summer’s evening at the beach with your family. There are 7km coastal run, 5km beach run and 2.5km junior run events; 250m Junior, 500m, 1000m, 1500m and 2000m swimming events; and stand up paddle board events.

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The Harcourts Cooper & Co Beach Series is an 18 week summer sports series taking place at Takapuna Beach in Auckland on Tuesday evenings, with a short break over the Christmas / New Year period.

Event types: Run/Walk | Swim/Aquathon

The series is a fun, relaxed and social event to keep fit, train for a bigger event or just enjoy a summer’s evening at the beach with your family. There are 7km coastal run, 5km beach run and 2.5km junior run events; 250m Junior, 500m, 1000m, 1500m and 2000m swimming events; and stand up paddle board events.

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The Harcourts Cooper & Co Beach Series is an 18 week summer sports series taking place at Takapuna Beach in Auckland on Tuesday evenings, with a short break over the Christmas / New Year period.

Event types: Run/Walk | Swim/Aquathon

The series is a fun, relaxed and social event to keep fit, train for a bigger event or just enjoy a summer’s evening at the beach with your family. There are 7km coastal run, 5km beach run and 2.5km junior run events; 250m Junior, 500m, 1000m, 1500m and 2000m swimming events; and stand up paddle board events.

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The Harcourts Cooper & Co Beach Series is an 18 week summer sports series taking place at Takapuna Beach in Auckland on Tuesday evenings, with a short break over the Christmas / New Year period.

Event types: Run/Walk | Swim/Aquathon

The series is a fun, relaxed and social event to keep fit, train for a bigger event or just enjoy a summer’s evening at the beach with your family. There are 7km coastal run, 5km beach run and 2.5km junior run events; 250m Junior, 500m, 1000m, 1500m and 2000m swimming events; and stand up paddle board events.

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The Get Moving Run/Walk Festival is a 4 event series with the third event at Warkworth.

The mission of the festival is to get the community engaged in physical activity by offering an achievable event that will support and encourage anyone to get out and give it a go! They will be there to celebrate everyone taking part from the first to the last person.

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The Whenuapai Half Marathon features the Half Marathon along with 10km & 6km fun run events, and a kids 2km run. It is sponsored by Club Physical and there are a number of major prizes up for grabs.

The course is clearly marked and marshalled and takes you through rural Whenuapai’s gently undulating country roads, across the causeway, and around picturesque Herald Island (Half Marathon only). It then circumnavigates the RNZAF base and finishes in front of the Whenuapai School Hall on Airport Road, Whenuapai. Race packs will be handed out at the finish, after completing your run or walk.

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The Shore to Shore is a 5.9km fun run and walk from Takapuna Grammar to Milford Reserve in Auckland. The course goes along Lake Road, Takapuna Beach, Hurstmere Road and Milford Beach.

You are encouraged to have fun and dress up for the run /walk. There will be spot prizes, competitions and entertainment at the finish line – so bring the whole family.

This event North Harbour’s largest annual fun run/walk and helps the community to support their local schools. All proceeds go back to participating schools, in the form of sports equipment grants.

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The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

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The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

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The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

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The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

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The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

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This sporting event is staged on one of the most scenic landscapes in New Zealand – the Hauraki Gulf islands of Motutapu and Rangitoto. The Partners Life DUAL is a participant event offering trail run and walk, off-road triathlon and mountain bike options and is produced and managed by sports event management company Total Sport.

The Partners Life DUAL is a once a year opportunity. At no other time throughout the year will people be able to participate in an event of this nature, and at no other time are mountain bikes allowed to be taken over to the island and ridden.

The Partners Life DUAL offers the opportunity for event goers and adventure seekers to experience the dual islands of Motutapu and Rangitoto by foot, on mountain bike or both including a swim in the spectacular Home Bay! The entry numbers for the 2017 Partners Life DUAL Motutapu – Rangitoto Traverse WILL be limited due to the nature of these two protected islands, so make sure you get your Partners Life DUAL entry in early!

Event options include:
6km Run / Walk
10km Run / Walk
21km Half Marathon
42.2km Marathon
26km Mountain Bike
42km Mountain Bike
Off-Road Triathlon (1km Ocean Swim | 26km MTB | 10km Run)

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The Partners Life DUAL is an annual running, mountain biking and off road triathlon event that traverses the islands of Motutapu and Rangitoto in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf.

There are 42km marathon, 21km half marathon, 10km and 6km running or walking events, along with 42km and 26km mountain bike options and an off road triathlon, which consists of a 1km ocean swim, 26km MTB and 10km run.

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Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

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27.66 km
Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

devonport-jets-run.jpg
27.66 km
Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

devonport-jets-run.jpg
27.66 km
Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

devonport-jets-run.jpg
27.66 km
Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

devonport-jets-run.jpg
27.66 km
Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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With more athletes than the Olympics, the World Masters Games is the single biggest multi-sport event on earth. Now from April 21st to 30th 2017, the event will come to Auckland New Zealand.

This page covers the orienteering events at the Games in 2017. See the rest of the World Masters Games events here. These include road running, cross country running, track & field, cycling, swimming and triathlon.

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The Ports of Auckland Round the Bays is an 8.4km fun run or walk starting at Quay Street (between Tinley St and The Strand Overbridge) along Tamaki Drive and finishing at Vellenoweth Green in St Heliers Bay.

This popular annual event attracts around 40,000 registered runners. It is currently organised as a joint collaboration between the Auckland Joggers Club and Fairfax Media and has been run each year since 1972.

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Run Auckland at Harbourview Peoples Park on the Te Atatu Peninsula is the second of six races in the Run Auckland Series in 2017.

There are 5km and 10km multi-lap fun runs/walks and kids 2.5km fun run. The series is Auckland’s largest Fun Run & Walk Series with 6 races at a variety of scenic locations throughout Auckland with exceptional value for money and a fun, relaxed & friendly environment.

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The Greatest Virtual Run is the major fundraising event for Running on the Spectrum. This is a non profit event with all proceeds donated directly to the charity for children on the Autistic Spectrum.

This Virtual Run can be done anywhere in the world. You receive a finisher’s medal as if you attended a ‘real life’ run. All you need to do is register, pay the fee, run your distance and receive your medal in the post. They will provide all the information, a runner’s bib to wear, a shiny medal and a Facebook group for support and to share your run if you wish.

Choose from 3 km, 10 km, 42.2 km, or 150 km You can complete the distances in one run, or the 150km can be completed cumulatively over the entire month of April 2017.

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The Greatest Virtual Run is the major fundraising event for Running on the Spectrum. This is a non profit event with all proceeds donated directly to the charity for children on the Autistic Spectrum.

This Virtual Run can be done anywhere in the world. You receive a finisher’s medal as if you attended a ‘real life’ run. All you need to do is register, pay the fee, run your distance and receive your medal in the post. They will provide all the information, a runner’s bib to wear, a shiny medal and a Facebook group for support and to share your run if you wish.

Choose from 3 km, 10 km, 42.2 km, or 150 km You can complete the distances in one run, or the 150km can be completed cumulatively over the entire month of April 2017.

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