Charity – Love Your Sister, founded by brother sister duo Samuel and Connie Johnson, will create a rainbow of hope when Samuel and sister, Hilde, take part in The Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10k and 5k, 29 July 2018.
Thousands of Love Your Sister supporters decked out in their rainbow socks are expected to join Samuel and Hilde to run, walk, jog or skip the 10k and 5k courses which take in spectacular Sydney sites around the sparkling harbour.
The crème of Australia’s elite men’s field including Ben St Lawrence, Jordan Gusman and Jack Rayner will also take to the Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10k’s flat and fast course to battle it out for the course title.
Starting at the historic Sydney Rocks area, the 10k course will be a one lap loop which takes participants through Cockle Bay, Darling Harbour, Barangaroo parklands and The Rocks.
The Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 5k also allows participants to take in some of Sydney’s most beautiful sights with a flat, out and back course from the Rocks, along Hickson Rd allowing for stunning views of the Sydney Harbour, Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.
Both events finish at the Overseas Passenger Terminal with a sparkling harbour finish line.
Registrations are still open at www.sydneyharbour10k.com.au
Samuel Johnson, sister Hilde and more than 6,000 runners and walkers take part in the Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10k and 5k.
Sunday 29 July 2018
7:30AM – 5k start
8:40AM – 10k start
7:46AM – Elite 5k finish
9:08AM – Elite 10 finish
9:35AM – Samuel Johnson expected to finish
Start line – Cnr of Argyle and George St, The Rocks
Finish line – Overseas Passenger Terminal
Samuel Johnson – Logie Winner and Head of Cancer Vanquishment at Love Your Sister taking part in the 10k event
Hilde Johnson – Sister of Samuel and Connie Johnson taking part in 5k
Andy Reid (Reidy) – Event commentator
Ben St Lawrence – Olympian and Australian 10,000m record holder
Jordan Gusman – Gold Coast Marathon Southern Cross University 10km record holder
Jack Rayner – Men’s Launceston Ten record holder
Sinead Diver – Women’s Launceston Ten record holder