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All participants will receive a Greater Bank RunNSW medal, and their official time will be published on the RunNSW website.
Gold, Silver and Bonze medals will be awarded to the runners who are placed in the Opens, Primary School and Secondary School categories.
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.
|Primary School Mile||$11.50 / $40 team 6|
|High School Mile||$11.50 / $40 team 6|
|Open Category Mile||$27 / $100 team 6|
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.
What are the Course Records?
MALE – Simon Rogers – 4:33 (2017)
FEMALE – Grace Musgrove – 5:23 (2010)
Are there any restrictions on who can enter? Do I have to be fast?
The event is open to runners of all standards. However, due to the fact that the course is two 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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