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Conquer the iconic Tasman Bridge on Sunday 18th February 2018 with Bank of us Run the Bridge!

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EVENT INFO

Learn more about the Bank of us Run the Bridge, including course maps, features, transport options and more!

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EVENT INFORMATION

The Bank of us Run the Bridge is one of Tasmania's premier running events each year, which sees participants journey together over the iconic Tasman Bridge.

Events on offer are the traditional 10km run, the 5km run, and 1km dash for children. In 2018, we are also proud to offer a 5km walk.

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LATEST NEWS

Aussie Women Looking to Hold off International Stars

A Canadian Olympian, an English great and a plethora of Aussie stars will chase victory in the women's race this Sunday in the 9th edition of the Bank of us Run The Bridge.

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Road Closure Information

Road closure information for 2018 Bank of us Run The Bridge

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FAQ

Here are the answers to some common questions that may make your race day experience even better!

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When do entries close?

Online registrations close midnight Tuesday 13th February.

If entries are still available after that (depending on numbers), you can enter at The Running Edge during race number pick up times.

Limited places will be available on race day, at the relevant event start lines.

Are there photographers on course?

Yes there are. The team from marathon-photos.com will be at the event taking shots of all our runners and walkers. After the event you will receive an email to download your FREE photos from the day, as part of our gift to you. This replaces the various hats and sunglasses we've supplied in the past, based off participant feedback in recent years.

Is the course accurately measured

Yes. We had the course measured to IAAF/AIMS standards, using the accredited Jones counter method.

Your personal GPS device my measure a different reading, however the method we used is the same used for official measurement around the world.

The event is also run under IAAF rules.