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Jetty 2 Jetty’s a cracker

Posted: 9am 19 Jul 2021

Serious runners, walkers, wheelchair athletes and everyday heroes enjoyed a ‘cracker’ of a Jetty 2 Jetty on the Redcliffe peninsula yesterday.

The event’s half marathon, 10km and 3km races sold out as competitors of all abilities enjoyed one of Australia’s most scenic courses and a stunning sunrise over Moreton Bay.

Organisers and participants worked together to ensure it was a COVID-safe event, wearing masks when moving around the race precinct, social distancing and using the QR code to check in.

Jetty 2 Jetty’s first ever wheelchair 10km event featured eight competitors.

Race results

Redcliffe Markets Half Marathon

Men

Liam Boudin – 1:05:03

Kieren Tall – 1:05:48

Wayne Spies – 1:10:26


Women

Jacqui Swindale – 1:27:37

Kathryn Parkinson – 1:27:45

Karyn Pauley-Miller – 1:30:06

GKS Law 10km

Men

Jack Bruce – 00:29:52

Hamish Hamilton – 00:33:46

Elliot Carr – 00:33:46


Women

Olga Firsova – 00:34:00

Amber Johnson – 00:34:10

Ella Mccartnet – 00:34:51

GKS Law Wheelchair 10km

Men

Geoff Trappett – 00:36:36

James Powell – 00:51:36

Jimmy Hammond – 00:54:35


Women

Natasha Price – 00:41:17

Emily Marty – 1:03:14

Kate Hammond – 1:07:11

Planet Fitness 5km

Men

Joaquin Wieczorek – 00:17:43

Ryan Paroz - 00:17:59

Carl Arganda – 00:18:51


Women

Bec Owttrim – 00:19:40

Stephanie – 00:19:59

Kate Cecil – 00:20:54

Sesame Lane 3km

Men

Owen Isaacs – 00:11:00

Zac Milligan – 00:11:29

Kelsey Rolff – 00:11:59


Women

Olivia Barton – 00:14:07

Maddy Burke – 00:14:07

Hannah Barton – 00:14:44

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