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Sun Run 2020 : Winners Announced

Source: Northern Beaches Council
Archived 3 Apr 2020 - Posted: 5 Feb 2020
Sun Run 2020. Images © Salty Dingo
Over 4270 competitors took part in the Sun Run on Sydney’s Northern Beaches today from Dee Why Beach in either a 7km or 10km run or aquathon, (run-swim-run) ahead of the Cole Classic tomorrow at Manly Beach.

More than $135,000 was also raised for WIRES and other charities nominated by the entrants.

Mayor Michael Regan congratulated the winners and all who participated. Event ambassadors Sea Eagles legend Steve Menzies, Sydney FC striker Remy Siemsen got participants underway before joining the 7km event.

“It was fantastic to see so many out this morning running competitively or just enjoying spending time with family and friends by taking part in this community fun run,” Mayor Regan said.

“Six months ago it looked like this event, and the iconic Cole Classic, might not be able to proceed. It was fortunate Council and Manly Life Saving Club were able to step in and pick them up so the community could continue to enjoy these popular events on the Northern Beaches.

“Thanks to all the volunteer groups who helped make the event such a success.”

2020 Sun Run Winners

10km Run: Male 10km Run: Female
1st Ben St Lawrence 29:58 Kate Conlon 36:19
2nd Mathew Hudson 31:42 Lexy Gilmour 37:19
3rd Ben Liddy 31:46 Aleisha Wawn 38:12
7km Run: Male 7km Run: Female
1st Jared West 24:03 Megan Tumminello 43:48
2nd Lachlan Stanfield 24:21 Bronte Oates 31:48
3rd Brendan Davies 25:25 Skye Sadler 32:01
Aquathon Male: Male Aquthon: Female
Ist Jack Mcphee 37:56 Alana Leabeater 43:48
2nd Keegan Ross 38:03 Kate Shedden 44:00
3rd Luke Jones 39:40 Greta Truscott 45:14

On Sunday, one of Australia’s most historic and famous ocean swim events the Cole Classic took to Manly’s ocean waters in 1km, 2km and 5km events, starting at Shelly Beach and finishing in front of Manly Life Saving Club.

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