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The annual Sharks10 fun run was back in full swing at Southern Cross Group Stadium at the weekend, with over 600 participants making tracks in the race.

Backed by the Sharks community partner, the Make Bullying History Foundation – and the organisation’s head, Brett Murray – the run gives chance to runners of all abilities to participate in either a 3, or 10 kilometre run.

“It was a fantastic roll up, there were heaps of kids from the local schools, it was brilliant,” Murray said.

Having first partnered with the Sharks in 2015, Murray and the Foundation took the anti-bullying initiative to new heights this year, rolling out free educational seminars to local Shire schools.

“It’s all about following on from the momentum we’ve made in the community so far, and having more community engagement with the Sharks.

“The children who took part in the Sharks10 are all very excited about the Make Bullying History Initiative coming to their schools this term, it’s great to see such a good vibe in the community.”

To learn more about the Sharks Make Bullying History Initiative, click HERE

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