Sri Chinmoy 30km, 10km & Kid's 2.5km

Hagley Park North Christchurch

Events for all the family in a safe, beautiful, parkland setting!

About the event

Safe, well organised fun run/ walks in scenic 2.5 km course in picturesque Hagley Park North.

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Start time

  • Sunday 21 January 2018
  • 8.00 am: 30km
  • 9.00 am: 10km & Kids 2.5km


Emily Oliver (race admin)
021 069 3732
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Vajin Armstrong (race director)
027 303 9978
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  • Event Options: 30km Run, 10km Run/Walk, Children's 2.5km Run/Walk
  • Start Times: 30km 8.00am, 10km & Children's 2.5km 9.00am
  • The course is a accurate, beautiful and peaceful 2.5km loop in North Hagley Park. 
  • There will be an aid station offering water and Horley's Replace electrolyte drink. 
  • Location: Registration area is in Hagley Park North by Victoria Lake - nearest access is the Armagh St bridge.
  • Parking is available in the Botanic Gardens carpark.
  • A race briefing will be held at the start line five minutes prior to event start.
  • The cut-off time for all races is 12 midday.


Event U20/student Adult 60+ Late Entry
Kids 2.5km (U14) $10 N/A N/A +$5
10km (14 years+) $15 $20 $15 +$5
30km (17 years+) $25 $30 $25 +$5
  • Online entries close at 9pm on Friday 19th January 2018.
  • On the day entries are accepted with a $5.00 late entry fee until 15 minutes before the race starts.
  • Registration opens 45 minutes before your event (or from 7:15am onwards).


  • All races are open. Medals are awarded to placegetters.
  • All participants to receive a certificate.
  • There will also be a spot prize draw.
  • Breakfast provided by The Lotus-Heart Restaurant is available from 9:30am. The meal is complimentary for all participants.
  • Supporters are welcome to purchase breakfast for $7.
  • Results and photos will be posted online after the event.
  • The international Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team is a non-profit organisation conducted by the Sri Chinmoy Centre.
  • Our races are held as a service to the running community to promote self-transcendence through sports.
  • A competitor at any Sri Chinmoy Race across the globe can be assured of the same high standard and quality of care.