City2Surf returns in 2022

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The annual City2Surf is back after a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, set to take place on Sunday, August 14. Entries have opened to enter the race.

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When is the City2Surf 2022?

The 2022 edition of the City2Surf will place on Sunday, August 14.

The first batch of runners start the race at 7:00 am AEST.

What is the City2Surf?

The City2Surf is a popular road running event that takes place annually in Sydney.

Participants begin in Hyde Park in the CBD before running downhill through Kings Cross, and then up the infamous ‘Heartbreak Hill’.

The 14km race finishes at the iconic Bondi Beach.

Participants can opt to walk or run the course, with tens of thousands of people typically participating.

Entrants include serious runners, walkers, families, and large corporate/novelty groups.

How to enter the City2Surf 2022

Entries to City2Surf 2022 will open at 11:00 am AEST on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.

Those wishing to participate have until 5:00 pm AEST on Saturday, August 13, 2022 to sign up, although the event is likely to be sold out prior.

People of all ages and abilities are able to register for the City2Surf, however, walkers, non-elite wheelchair athletes, and those with prams must register for the last start group.

The first 20,000 people to sign up will receive early-bird discounts, with an adult fee of $85 compared to the general fee of $95.

More details can be found here.

City2Surf 2022 race day schedule

The official start time for the 2022 race is 7:00 am AEST.

Participants are placed into groups, typically ranked in terms of speed.

Specific start times will be released closer to the event.

How to watch City2Surf 2022 in Australia

No specific broadcast details for this year’s race have been announced.

In past years, it has been shown on various free-to-air channels.

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