Registrations & Start Waves
City2Surf entries will close at 5pm Saturday 10 August 2024, unless sold out prior. Unfortunately, no entries can be taken after this time.
The e-ticket is an electronic ticket, and confirmation of your registration, you will need this to collect your race bib from the City2Surf Expo. E-tickets will be emailed to participants prior to race day.
Information to come.
Registrations are non-transferable between athletes, if you are unable to attend the race you will need to contact the team at email@example.com. As stated in the Athlete Waiver, under no circumstance are you permitted to give your bib to another person. The safety of our athletes is paramount, therefore we need to ensure we have correct details of all our athletes on course.
Yes, you will be able to buy an entry for multiple persons during the registration process. You will need their personal details (email address, postal address, phone number, start wave, DOB and emergency contact), including an individual email address for everyone over 18 you are registering. Just click the 'Add Another Registration' on the Transaction summary page to add a new participant! Each of the participants will receive an email to finalise their registration so please ensure you have their correct email and let them know to keep an eye out for this!
Wave starts will be confirmed for the 2024 event closer to event day.
Full details on City2Surf Event terms and conditions can be found here. Unfortunately, we do not have a deferral program for this event.
Important: Please do not ask for an exception. Our Event terms and conditions are clearly stated and applied evenly, without exception.
In the City2Surf, we have nine start waves that will have different start times and marshalling areas which are designed to reduce congestion on course. Your start wave that you have selected will be indicated on your Registration Confirmation and by the colour marked on your race bib.
To help you have the best experience on the day, please select the start wave that’s right for you based on how long you think it will take you to complete the 14km course. Don’t worry! Your time will only begin and end as you cross the start and finish line timing mats.
Open Start waves are available to enter for everyone, whereas pre-qualifying start waves require evidence from the runner of being able to run 14km within a certain time. You can find out more here.