The event is held in February each year, attracting over 3,000 participants of all ages and abilities who want to be able say they've conquered the Bridge. With international appeal, the event has also hosted no less than 20 Olympians and a host of international level athletes from across the world.
View the 2019 Event Booklet here.
Events on offer are the traditional 10km run, 5km run, 5km walk and 1km dash for children.
The 2020 Hobart Run the Bridge will be held on the 23rd February.
Features of the Hobart Run the Bridge include:
There's no better start line for the states premier fun run, than the state's premier sporting facility. Runners can use the facilities of Blundstone Arena to warm up and prepare before starting outside.
Tasmania's busiest and most iconic piece of infrastructure, the Tasman Bridge. At 1396m long, both 5km and 10km participants get to cross it as the only public event each year to have lane closure.
After running along the Bellerive Bluff, the course enters historic Bellerive Quay which offers brilliant coastal views, historical buildings and then runners move onto the new Kangaroo Bay precinct.
With the last few kilometres hugging the Hobart Waterfront, the event finishes on Castray Esplanade at beautiful Salamanca. After your run/walk, head to brunch at any number of cafes.
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