Event Overview

Launceston's biggest running event

We’re Back in 2020

The 2020 Launceston Running Festival will be held on 13th December 2020.

Tasmanian distance running fans can rejoice, with the return of the biggest running event in Launceston.

Epic Events and Marketing, a Tasmanian business specialising in mass participation sporting events and sports media has acquired the event from Sydney based business Pont3.

“We’re passionate about health and fitness, particularly through running.  Along with many, we were saddened that the 2018 edition wasn’t able to go ahead.  We have big plans for the Tasmanian Running Festival future,” Managing Director of Epic, Richard Welsh said.

Among the changes, will be a new program for the day, which has been known for a fast 10km race, since it began in 2007.  The event offerings for 2020 will include;

C5 Pro-Solutions 10km

9:00 AM

The famous Launceston 10, proudly brought to you in 2020 by C5 Pro -Solutions - Excellence in High Voltage Engineering Design and Testing. Recognised internationally as a flat, fast and friendly 10km event. An ideal course to do your fastest 10km.

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Zzim Conveyancing 5km

6:30 AM

Depending on social gathering restrictions, this event could be held at 6pm on Saturday 12th December. A decision will be announced at least 1 week prior to the event.

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Liveat 1 Mile

9:10 AM

Depending on social gathering restrictions, the Liveat Mile could be held at 6pm on Saturday 12th December. A decision will be announced at least 1 week prior to the event.

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Half Marathon

6:40 AM

New in 2020, the flat, fast and fresh course will take in many of Launceston's highlights.

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Finisher Medal

A custom-made medal will be presented, at the finish, to all finishers. The medal will have space on the back for those who wish to purchase a brag tag and display your time – perhaps a PB.

Make sure to hang around post-event. It’s always great to see runners walking around the Launceston area proudly wearing their finisher medal.

Race Rules

Merit Awards will be based on Gun Time (i.e. the order of the athletes across the finish line)

Official results published will be by Net Time (the time difference between the athlete crossing the start line and the finish line)

In the unlikely event of any dispute, the Race Directors decision shall be final.

Race bib Collection

Saturday 12th December, at Kings Wharf Gazebo, by the water near Riverbend Park from 9am - 4pm.

Your race bib has your individual race number and timing tag and must be visible and worn on your chest throughout the event.

If you are unable to utilise the above options your race bib will still be available for collection on event morning from 6am.

If you have any further queries, please email the event office at info@launcestonten.com.au

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Please note - the timetable is draft and may change subject to tasmanian government covid-19 gathering restrictions
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