2018 Greater Bank Tulip Time Mile

22 Sep 2018

1 Mile

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Come run the Tulip Time Mile in the beautiful Southern Highlands on Saturday September 22, 2018. This year, the Tulip Time Mile has proudly partnered with RedKite.

Redkite is one of Australia’s leading national cancer charities with over 30 years’ experience providing essential support to children and young people living with cancer.  Every six hours, a child or young person in Australia is diagnosed with cancer.  Redkite aims to support every single one of them, and their families.  Redkite relies solely on the generosity of their supporters and donors in order to provide this vital support. 



When is the Greater Bank Tulip Time Mile?

The Greater Bank Tulip Time Mile to be held on Saturday, September 22, 2018 and is now open for registrations!

How do I register for the Greater BankTulip Time Mile?

Online registrations are now open, click here to register. All registrations need to be completed online.

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Registration Fees

Event Fee
Primary School Mile $11.50
High School Mile $11.50
Open Category Mile $27
Masters Mile $27
Elite Invitation Mile $27

The course map is available to view by clicking here.  You will likely run over the same path, however the laps have been differentiated by colour to show them.  The red represents lap one, and the purple represents lap two.




How is it the inaugural Tulip Time Mile when you have previous results?

The Tulip Time Mile was held in 2010 and 2014 specifically for school aged runners, with all participants representing their school and limited to Years 3 to 12.
This year the event is being opened to all age groups.

What are the Course Records?

MALE – Martin Cooper – 4:35 (2014)
FEMALE – Grace Musgrove – 5:23 (2010)

Are there any restrictions on who can enter? Do I have to be fast?

As we are running the event on a Public road, which is closed to traffic but not to Pedestrians, there is an age limit on entrants. All entrants should ideally be in Year 3 or older.
The event is open to runners of all standards. However, due to the fact that the course is one and a half laps, it will be necessary for all runners to be over the start line after the first lap before the first runner is finishing.
If you have any concerns with your ability to compete please get in touch with us and we can discuss this in more detail.
If you can run a mile the whole way, then you will be able to compete in the allocated time.

How far is a Mile?

A Mile is 1.6km.

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