The 29th running of
The Apprentice and Traineeship Company Australia Day Fun Run.
The Bunbury Runners Club would like to thank The Apprentice and Traineeship Company, as well as all our other sponsors who assisted in making this event happen.
Congratulations to all the runners and walkers who participated in our event on Australia Day, 26th January 2021. Click on the Results link about to view your results.
|10km Open Male||Bento McLier||37.24 mins|
|10km Open Female||Hannah Strike||48.23 mins|
|10km Vet Male||Peter McDonald||38.48 mins|
|10km Vet Female||Kylie English||48.13 mins|
|5km Open Male||Zeke Tinley||16.02 mins|
|5km Open Female||Toni Lander||21.00 mins|
|5km Vet Male||Greg Strachan||20.30 mins|
|5km Vet Female||Katherine Wardle||24.38 mins|
|Junior Male||Lucas Andrews||18.57 mins|
|Junior Female||Arnya Pickston||25.50 mins|
|Junior 10km||Christian Walker||1hr 01.48 mins|
Largest team :
The team with the largest number of entrants received a Quality Hotel Lighthouse Beach Resort Basalt Restaurant voucher valued at $250. (There is 1 voucher only). Congratulations to Magix Netball Club who had over 40 competitors!
Ted Anderson was our Most Mature Competitor at the young age of 83!
An amazing effort!!
Bunbury Runners Club always donate to a charity and for 2021 Australia Day Fun Run a percentage of the proceeds are going to these charities below:
Beyond Blue is an independent, not-for-profit organisation working to reduce the impact of anxiety, depression and suicide in Australia.
They provide information and support to help everyone achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live. They work to give everyone in Australia the confidence to speak openly about anxiety, depression and suicide – both to seek support when they need it and to check in with those close to them – and they tackle prejudice and discrimination wherever they exist.
Funds raised go towards the Beyond Blue Support Service, which gives every person in Australia the opportunity to talk through his or her concerns with a trained mental health professional. People who access the service can receive a brief one-on-one counselling session to address an immediate concern, as well as receive information and advice on continuing to seek support.
1300 224 636
Shining Hope WA Inc:
Shining Hope WA Inc. “Shining Hope WA Inc has a Bunbury support group that meets fortnightly for informal gatherings to help support bereavement for suicide. It helps and supports people to get together to talk about grief and loss. 0448 763 302.”
Many thanks to the committee of Karen, Lorrie, Keith and Tracie for all their efforts over the past months, for putting together this great event!