Virtual fun runs are new, so here’s some answers specifically to the 2020 Hobart Run The Bridge 'Brooks Virtual Run' questions you might have;
A virtual race is an event that you can complete at your convenience. You can run or walk the distance anywhere that suits you, during the specified time window.
A virtual race is open to anybody, of any age, no matter where you live or how fast you can run/walk.
The Brooks Virtual Run will be open to anyone who lives outside of Tasmania.
Once you’ve entered, we’ll send you an official Hobart Run the Bridge race number to wear, plus a unique Tasmanian made finishers medal.
Anywhere you like. It doesn’t matter if you live in New York, London, Beijing or Sydney. Simply run/walk 5km or 10km at time or place that suits you.
Simply send us a picture of your watch, or a link to your run on popular apps like Strava, Garmin Connect, Suunto Movescount etc. Also send us a picture of you wearing your race number and we’ll add you to the results.
Yes of course.
We will run a leaderboard during February 2020 with all the people who submit their times.
Yes. You can try and do the event as fast as you can any time during the month of February 2020. Why not try on February 1 and spend the month getting as high as you can up the leaderboard.
Either send us an email to email@example.com or post your result to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, WeChat or Weibo with a picture of your watch, or link to your Strava/Garmin/Suunto etc account for the event. Be sure to include a picture of you wearing your race bib for verification.
Submission of results close at midnight AEDST February 28, with the fastest overall and competition winner for the trip to Tasmania in 2021 being announced on 29th February.
Yes. This could be a great Christmas gift, particularly for people who love Tasmania.
YES! One lucky virtual participant will win a trip to the 2021 Hobart Run the Bridge in person. We will pay flights to Hobart, 2 nights accommodation and entry for one lucky person to participate in the 2021 Hobart Run The Bridge.
It costs $25 to enter.
Simply enter online here. Then;
You can download our virtual course information in a range of languages by clicking the links below.
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