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    Sydney Marathon

    Sydney Marathon

    Organiser: Pont3

    We’re thrilled to announce The Sydney Marathon, presented by ASICS, as a candidate race for the Abbott World Marathon Majors (AbbottWMM). Run one of the world’s most scenic marathon courses, taking in some of Sydney’s most spectacular and historic landmarks including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.Date Sunday, 15 September 2024Distances 42.2km, 21.1km, 10km, 3.5kmIs running across one of...

    Sydney NSW, Australia
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Suggested groups & Activities in and around Sydney NSW

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Sydney Cyclepaths - Casual social cycling

Join this group for a variety of bike rides featuring cycle paths, rivers and parklands. This group practices safe cycling in Sydney, mostly on bike paths and quiet streets.

This is social exercise, not competitive. Discover fantastic paths in Sydney, have a chat, swap ideas, practice safe cycling. Work your muscles and get some exercise.

Just $5 membership covers you up to 5 June 2022, and you can join any ride (unless it is full). Fees cover our Meetup costs.

Sorry, this group is for adults, not kids.
Sydney NSW
Approx $1.00
Age: 18 - 65+
Sat, Sun
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Achilles Sydney Walking and Running Group

Provider: Achilles Running Club - Sydney
Weekly walk or run from 8am every Sunday for people with disabilities. Volunteer guides are also needed. Email your details for more information.

On most Sundays we meet hail, rain or shine on Hospital Road, at the rear of Sydney Eye Hospital. opposite the Domain at 8.00am.

We train (walk or run) for an hour, taking in the sights, sounds and smells of some of Sydney’s most spectacular sites – the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Opera House and Mrs Macquarie’s chair.
Sydney NSW
FREE
Age: 18 - 65+
0.4 km from Sydney
Sun
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KGV Walk Group Walking Group

Provider: Heart Foundation Walking Groups
Heart Foundation Walking group located in The Rocks (NSW).
Walking Speed: Medium pace
Frequency: Monthly
Dog Friendly: Yes
Pram Friendly: No

When you have found a Heart Foundation Walking group that suits you best, click through to the website to learn more and complete the registration form. You can contact the Walk Organiser of your chosen group with any questions regarding the group.

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The image provided is a generic image and not an actual representation of the group. Some information such as age group and gender of group may not be accurate. We recommend contacting the organiser if...
The Rocks NSW
FREE
Age: 18 - 65+
1 km from Sydney
Fri
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Southern Walkers Walking Group

Provider: Heart Foundation Walking Groups
Heart Foundation Walking group located in Sydney (NSW).
Walking Speed: Medium pace
Frequency: Weekly
Dog Friendly: No
Pram Friendly: No

When you have found a Heart Foundation Walking group that suits you best, click through to the website to learn more and complete the registration form. You can contact the Walk Organiser of your chosen group with any questions regarding the group.

Please Note:
The image provided is a generic image and not an actual representation of the group. Some information such as age group and gender of group may not be accurate. We recommend contacting the organiser if you...
Sydney NSW
FREE
Age: 18 - 65+
1.4 km from Sydney
Wed

Cardio Tennis @ Rushcutters Bay Tennis Centre

Your local coach: Scott Riley - Club Professional Coach for Tennis World

Looking to inject some energy into your fitness routine? Want to improve your tennis skills while breaking a sweat? Come and give Cardio Tennis a try!


What is Cardio Tennis?
Cardio Tennis is the dynamic fusion of tennis drills, cardiovascular exercise, and upbeat music, designed to get your heart pumping and your skills improving. It's the perfect blend of fitness and fun, suitable for adults of all ages and abilities.



Tailored to Your Needs
Everyone has different fitness levels and tennis skills. That's why Tennis Australia coaches offer...
Rushcutters Bay NSW
Approx $20.00
Age: 18 - 65+
1.8 km from Sydney
Undisclosed

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Marathon in Australia

A marathon is a long-distance running event with an official distance of 42.195 kilometers, usually run as a road race. Participating in a marathon can be a challenging and rewarding experience, and there are a few things that you can expect when you decide to run one.

First, you will need to train for several months to build your stamina and endurance. Training for a marathon typically involves running several times a week, increasing the distance of your runs over time, and incorporating other forms of exercise such as strength training and cross-training. It's essential to be consistent with your training and to listen to your body to avoid injury.

On race day, you can expect a large turnout of runners and spectators. As a result, you will need to arrive at the starting line well before the race begins to pick up your bib and have enough time to warm up and stretch. During the race, you will run through a course that is typically lined with cheering spectators, and you will likely pass several aid stations where you can grab a drink or a snack.

After crossing the finish line, you will be greeted with cheers, collect your medal, and enjoy the post-race festivities. You will feel a sense of accomplishment, and it will be a moment you will cherish for the rest of your life.

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