City2Surf 2023 numbers expected to reach pre-COVID levels

Entries for this year’s City2Surf are expected to reach pre-COVID numbers as more than 78,000 have already signed up for the running event.

The event, on Sunday, has already topped last year’s entry numbers of about 60,000, while in 2021 and 2020 the event was held virtually due to the pandemic.

More than 78,000 people have signed up for this year’s City2Surf on Sunday.Credit: Tim Bardsley-Smith

In 2019, the event was sold out with 84,328 runners registered, which was a record for…

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