If you paid for your bibs to be mailed out, they have all now been posted out.
If collecting your race bib in person, you will be able to do so from Crows Nest or The Domain during the week prior to the event. Hours are as follows:
- Crows Nest, Thursday 31 March – 8:00am to 2:00pm
- Domain, Friday 1 April – 8:00am to 2:00pm
- Domain, Saturday 2 April – 8:00am to 2:00pm
Crows Nest Location (Neuroblastoma Australia office) - Level 1, 441 Pacific Highway, Crows Nest 2065
The Domain Location - Run2Cure gazebo set up on the grass in The Domain near Hospital Road.
*If necessary, you can also collect your race bib on race day, 1 hour prior to your event start time.
Select your distance below for more race information.
Select your distance below for registration pricing.
Please review the full Terms & Conditions for Run2Cure 2022.
View our updated course map for 2022 here. The AIMS certified course begins and finishes in The Domain, following a scenic 5k loop (or multiple loops for the 10k and half marathon) taking in the magnificent views of Sydney Harbour.
You can also have a peak at the 5k loop elevation profile by selecting the link above. The biggest challenge in the loop is the section around Mrs. Macquarie's Chair, so don't forget to incorporate a few undulations in your training runs/walks!
Feeling speedy? We have fantastic prizes for our top male and female competitors in the Half Marathon, 10k, 5k and 3k events!
Get all of your questions about Run2Cure 2022 answered here!
We have an amazing range of Run2Cure products on our online shop AND the best part is, your purchase will help support Neuroblastoma Australia's mission to fund research so all children diagnosed with neuroblastoma get the chance to grow up.
Run2Cure Neuroblastoma is a set of fun runs organised by the registered charity, Neuroblastoma Australia. It is set in The Domain, one of the most iconic locations in Sydney. Now in its seventh year, the event is the charity’s largest fundraising event for research into the aggressive childhood cancer, neuroblastoma.
Families affected by neuroblastoma, friends, running groups, school and corporate teams, come together to show their support by participating in either the 1K Little Heroes Walk, 1km Dash and/or the 3km, 5km, 10km or 21.1km runs.
The run is an opportunity for friends and families to make a significant difference for children affected by neuroblastoma by raising vital funds for research into this aggressive childhood cancer.