The Frontrunners are set to join thousands of other avid joggers on Sunday morning for the Sydney Running Festival, so look out for them in their brand new red and black racing singlets.

Sunday’s event will see huge numbers of people taking part in a range of events catering for different skill levels.

It is the half and full-length marathon though that most Frontrunner devotees are looking forward to, with this event offering the last opportunity for a long distance run this year, and a final opportunity for competitors to achieve their season’s best time.

Club coach Wayne Morgan said he is anticipating some pleasing results.

Many thousands do this run and Frontrunner members are aiming for some fast times and personal bests, if not season’s best, he said.

Completing run squads and training runs weekly should reveal great results for our members.

Runners taking part in the half marathon, a mere 21km, will meet at Milsons Point at 6.30am, to be followed by the truly remarkable long-distance runners who will take on all 42km of the full marathon.

Most runners are expected to take part in the final event, the 9km run across the Sydney Harbour Bridge and through the Domain. Irrespective, it is sure to be a feat worthy of some praise, so if you are unable to run, exercise your hands and vocal cords by cheering on with other supporters at Lady Macquarie’s Chair.

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