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Exhausted joggers pack Bondi’s bars and let their hair loose after City2Surf fun run 

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Exhausted joggers pack Bondi’s bars and let their hair loose after City2Surf fun run 

With over 80,000 people joining in the City2Surf fun run, it’s no surprise bars at the final destination are brimming with people.

Bondi’s bars and restaurants are at capacity as exhausted joggers and those simply keen for a Sunday afternoon drink flock to the beachfront for a beverage.

The 14km race from Sydney’s Hyde Park to Bondi Beach saw people from all over the globe take place in what has become the world’s biggest fun run, in it’s 48th annual year. 

Bondi's bars and restaurants are at capacity as exhausted joggers and those simply keen for a Sunday afternoon drink flock to the beachfront for a beverage

Bondi's bars and restaurants are at capacity as exhausted joggers and those simply keen for a Sunday afternoon drink flock to the beachfront for a beverage

Bondi’s bars and restaurants are at capacity as exhausted joggers and those simply keen for a Sunday afternoon drink flock to the beachfront for a beverage

Nearly 80,000 people ran in Sydney's 2018 City2Surf, running 14km to raise nearly $5million for charity

Nearly 80,000 people ran in Sydney's 2018 City2Surf, running 14km to raise nearly $5million for charity

Nearly 80,000 people ran in Sydney’s 2018 City2Surf, running 14km to raise nearly $5million for charity

Day-drinkers line bars and shop fronts, most with drink in hand and celebratory smiles.

One particularly cheery group can be seen with red cups and embracing one another, donned in casual clothing rather than the fitness attire many others are flaunting.

Many of the patrons donned their finishers medal proudly around their necks, having received them at the nearby finish line. 

One particularly cheery group can be seen with red cups and embracing one another, donned in casual clothing rather than the fitness attire many others are flaunting

One particularly cheery group can be seen with red cups and embracing one another, donned in casual clothing rather than the fitness attire many others are flaunting

One particularly cheery group can be seen with red cups and embracing one another, donned in casual clothing rather than the fitness attire many others are flaunting

Many of the patrons don their finishers medal proudly around their necks, having received them at the nearby finish line.

Many of the patrons don their finishers medal proudly around their necks, having received them at the nearby finish line.

Many of the patrons don their finishers medal proudly around their necks, having received them at the nearby finish line.

The fun run supported over 1000 charities, and raised nearly $5 million in total for the organisations.

One race goer donned an ‘R U OK’ day shirt, openly supporting one of the charities in question.

One patron proudly showed off his medal, accompanied by a head-to-toe space suit and a beverage. 

He was the subject of pictures and onlooker attention, as the rowdy patrons enjoyed the post-race celebrations.  

One patron proudly showed off his medal, accompanied by a head-to-toe space suit and a beverage

One patron proudly showed off his medal, accompanied by a head-to-toe space suit and a beverage

One patron proudly showed off his medal, accompanied by a head-to-toe space suit and a beverage

He was the subject of pictures and onlooker attention, as the rowdy patrons enjoyed the post-race celebrations

He was the subject of pictures and onlooker attention, as the rowdy patrons enjoyed the post-race celebrations

He was the subject of pictures and onlooker attention, as the rowdy patrons enjoyed the post-race celebrations

Patches of blue skies and 12C temperatures greeted the runners, who gathered at the starting line on Sunday morning.  

Ben St Lawrence was the first to cross the finish line, with Ellie Pashley being the first female to complete the trek.

St Lawrence, a 36-year-old Australian Olympian, had to sprint the last few metres to beat out fellow Australian Liam Adams for his second title. 

Thousands of runners completed the race, managing to raise nearly $5million for more than 1000 charities.

Superheroes, minions, pirates and streakers were among the hilarious costumes people adorned for the race. 

Superheroes, pirates, minions and streakers were among those who dressed up for the race

Superheroes, pirates, minions and streakers were among those who dressed up for the race

Superheroes, pirates, minions and streakers were among those who dressed up for the race

Thousands of runners completed the race, managing to raise nearly $5million for more than 1000 charities

Thousands of runners completed the race, managing to raise nearly $5million for more than 1000 charities

Thousands of runners completed the race, managing to raise nearly $5million for more than 1000 charities

 

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