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Almost 300 competitors tackled the Sharks 10 Community Fun Run on Sunday, a new event starting and finishing at the home of the Sharks -  Remondis Stadium.

With 10km and 3km races, the Sharks 10 headed out to Taren Point and back to the start-finish line, with some impressive performances handed in.

In the 10km, Harry Summers showed the field a clean pair of heels, completing the course in a time of 27 minutes, 36 seconds, finishing ahead of runner up Bradley Croker.

In the women’s section of the 10km, it was Greta Truscott coming out on top, with her time also a quick one of a tick over 36 minutes.

In the 3km race Jonathan McLennan was first in 10:19, winning a sprint to the finish from Kyle McIntosh. The women’s winner was Jas Fisher, who was sixth overall in a time of 12:14.

In total 184 took on the 10km race, with 104 starters in the 3km.

Organised in partnership with JORG (, the Sharks 10 will grow and become a staple on the fun run calendar.

Thanks to our Signature Charity Partner, the Make Bullying History Foundation for their fantastic work and support during the event. 

Sharks TV was on hand to capture some of the action, courtesy of special event reporter and Sharks 10 participant Liam Tapper, who unfortunately didn’t manage to figure in the finish but  did help compile a video highlights package which is now playing.  

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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