Lake Macquarie Running FestivalPhotos

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Lake Macquarie Running Festival | Photos Kids winner (L) and runner up Lake Macquarie Running Festival 2017 at Warners Bay. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

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Half Marathon winner Vlad Shatrov. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers MMH

Serena Alexander of Valentine, Famke McCallum of Mt Hutton, Jo McCallum of Mt Hutton, and Angela Pierchorowicz of Belmont wait for the start of the 10k. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

Alex Sedgfield of Sydney and his daughter Sienna wait for the start of the 10k. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

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Kids winner and runner crosses the finish line at the Lake Macquarie Running Festival 2017 at Warners Bay. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

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Half Marathon winner Vlad Shatrov. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

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Kids winner (L) and runner up Lake Macquarie Running Festival 2017 at Warners Bay. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

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Half Marathon winner Vlad Shatrov. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers MMH

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Ella Maliszewski watches the kids lining up for their race. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers MMH

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facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappTHE 33rdannual LakeMacquarie Running Festival drew70 per cent of its participants from outside the local government area, including from as far away as Victoria and the Northern Territory.

Organiser Chad Griffith said about 1750 participants ranging in age from five to 83 years oldenjoyed“perfect running weather” on Sunday, when they joined either the21.1km half marathon, 10.5km fun run or the four kilometre kids scamper in Warners Bay.

“It’s a signature event for the region that continues to go from strength to strength and engages the community in health and fitness,” said Mr Griffith, who described the environment as friendly and supportive.

“But it’s not just a local run–it’s beengreat to see people from outside the area travel to participate.

“The scenic foreshore doesn’thurt–you’d be hard pressed for a better outlook.

“It’s a flat course too so not too punishing–a gentle way to get into the rhythm.”

Runlab founder Vlad Shatrov came first from about 500 in the half marathon.

“He was streets ahead after 10 kilometres,” Mr Griffith said.

“There were a couple hundred metres between him and the second group.”

The event started with a minute’s silence forMiliya Belle O’Shea, 8, who died in February after a brain aneurysm and forBen‘Benny’Walton, who was pushed in a wheelchairaround the half marathon course last year and who lost his battle with brain cancer in January this year.

Miliya’s mother Meg and her friends ran asRunning for Rainbows and raised fundsfor the Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors.

Mr Walton’s wife Shelby ran with the Night Striders. His bib number, 370, was retired.

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