Moving with you for 43 years! The Star City2Surf with Mike Pero will be held Sunday 19 March 2017. The 14km kicks off at 9am from Pioneer Stadium’s Centennial Park. The Sport Canterbury 6km starts 10am from Hansens Park, Opawa.Both following the Heathcote River to finish at the Ferrymead playing fields. Celebrate with us at the City2Surf village with freebies, prizes, entertainment and much more!
So are you up for it? Enter Now
City2Surf 2018 – Stay tuned for more info….
Early bird entry: $20 December 1 – December 31
Standard entry: $25 January 1 – March 18
Late Entry On the Day: $30 – March 19
Available online and from these outlets:
If your purchase your entry from one of the above outlets, you don’t need to register online. simply fill out the details on your entry sticker.
Children 10 years old and under on 19 March 2017 are free! They must be accompanied by a participating adult, and are the full responsibility of the adult.
What does your entry fee include?
It is way more fun to enter with friends, workmates and whanau!
Even if it is a team of 2 or 200, create your team today. It doesn’t mean you have to pay for your entries all in one go. Once you have your team set up, you can send the link to others, and you can even decide whether individuals pay themselves or if the team manager if completing payment.
Gather your workmates, schools, and clubs – celebrate your achievement, and hey there is even a prize up for grabs for the best dressed team site!
Remember children 10 years old and under on 19 March 2017 are now free – No registration or bib required.
Oh and don’t forget – once you have created your team – you will need to register yourself to enter.
So…are you up for it?
Follow these easy steps:
If this doesn’t quite work for you. We can assist by sending a spreadsheet to enter details or a poster to be hand-written on, and we can set up your team for you. please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to support you on your journey to the start line.Follow Dr John Helleman's 10 week jog programme thanks to Sportsmed which is also featured every week in your free weekly copy of The Star newspaper