10km Race Information
The 10km Mini-Mos race is our premier event and is open to all participants over 10 years of age. The 10km course has been certified by IAAF-AIMS for the 10km distance.
An IAAF-AIMS certification of the 10km course was completed on
24 March 2022.
2019 winner Olympian Liam Adams holds the 10k Mini-Mos record with a time of 29:58.
View the 10km race course map and get turn-by-turn details on the Maps & Start Times page.
"The Mini-Mos is a challenging course and works well as a hard tempo which is always a great strength-endurance training session."
Victoria Mitchell, Women's 10k winner and 2018 Commonwealth Games athlete.
Start time is 7.00am at the start line on Myahgah Rd beside Mosman Public School.
For elite athletes we offer a preferred start, which commences just prior to the main start. Find out more on 10km Elite.
For more details and a map of start locations please see Maps & Start Times.
The 10km is open to all participants over 10 years, within the following age group categories. Both male & female categories are based on the age you turn during the 2022 calendar year.
All Ages over 10+
Age groups are based on the age you turn during the 2019 calendar year.
The following prizes are awarded for the 10km course only.
Place getter medals awarded to the three place-getters in each age group.
Every runner who completes the 10km course will be entitled to collect a commemorative medal.
For the 10km, a cash prize is awarded to the first 3 place-getters overall (for both Male & Female) as follows:
A $250 premium will be offered for a winning time that breaks the 10km course record for men & women:
Male: 29:58 (Liam Adams -2019)
Female: 34:27 (Anna Thompson-2007)
A $500 “Extreme Premium” additional cash prize is on offer for a winning course record time of less than:
Winner – Liam Adams (29:58)*Course record
2nd – Ed Goddard (31:29)
3rd – Kieren Tall (32:26)
RACE DAY SUNDAY 19 JUNE 2022 • CELEBRATING 40 YEARS • RAISING FUNDS FOR MOSMAN PUBLIC SCHOOL & ITS CHARITY SINCE 1982