History

Our community running since 2008

 

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About the Beachside Dash

On 12 October 2008, the St George & Sutherland Medical Research Foundation (SSMRF) held the first Beachside Dash.

Over 1,100 runners took part, taking on the 10km course, starting at Dolls Point and follows the bayside path to Kyeemagh and back to the finishing line in Peter Depena Reserve.

Taking out first place in the 10km Dash was David Byrne, of Coogee, in 31 minutes, 33 seconds. Hollie Emery, of Penrith, was the first female to cross the line, in 35 minutes, 32 seconds.

A big highlight of the race was the “Catch a Dragon” initiative with 10 Dragon pace runners, setting the pace for other runners.

The event is a “fun run” as well as a race, attracting both competitive runners and community participants who can choose to run or to walk.

Today, participants can choose from the 10km, 5km or 2km course and can run, dash, jog or walk the distance. This event is to showcase the work of SSMRF in promoting and supporting medical research in St George and Sutherland Hospitals, to raise much needed funds and to promote a healthy active community event.

Help SSMRF put the FUN back into fun run and join us on Sunday 11 September 2022.

Beachside Dash medals © Lyndon Marceau / marceauphotography

Dash Results

View annual results for the Beachside Dash from 2008 onwards.

Have fun and run for research in the 2022 Beachside Dash

Sunday 11 September 2022
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