Iconic race draws thousands

AROUND 2,500 runners of all ages braved the cold conditions on Sunday morning at the Mini-Mos Community Fun Run & Fair. The fundraiser raises money for Mosman Public School and its nominated charities Raise Foundation and SeeBeyondBorders. Celebrating 36 years this year, the day saw over 1,300 kids and parents run the 2k, over 600 runners in the 5k and close to 500 in the 10k. The 10k was won by Commonwealth Games marathoner Liam Adams in a time of 30:15, just shy of the course record of 30:05, jointly held by Martin Dent and Brett Cartwright. Adams travelled from Melbourne with his partner and fellow elite runner Charlotte Wilson, who came third in the women’s 10k with a time of 36:25. “I w


SOME of Australia’s fastest runners head to Mosman this Sunday to compete in the Mini-Mos Community Fun Run 10k road race. The men’s 10k field will see the likes of Commonwealth Games marathoner Liam Adams take on fellow competitors, short distance runner Jordan Gusman and distance runner Ed Goddard. Traveling from Melbourne to compete, Adams said it was Commonwealth Games athlete and three-times Mini-Mos champion Harry Summers who urged him to give the Mini-Mos a shot. “I’ve been dealing with a couple of niggles and I thought I’d use the Mini-Mos to try and build up my confidence and have a good hit out before the Gold Coast half marathon,” Adams said. Adams will compete on Sunday off the b

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