Photos: Big field at Jetty 2 Jetty

Published 11:49am 18 July 2022

Photos: Big field at Jetty 2 Jetty
Words by Kylie Knight

Almost 5000 people took part in the 2022 Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run on the Redcliffe peninsula yesterday (Sunday, July 17), enjoying perfect conditions and a positive vibe.

The event is Queensland’s most scenic and longest-running fun runs, and the feeling among participants is always supportive and fun. Even those running the half-marathon can manage a smile and thank you to volunteers along the way.

The Kindred half-marathon was won by Liam Boudin (01:04:45) for the second year in a row. He has been entering Jetty 2 Jetty since 2018. Nicholas Free was second and Tom Grieve was third.

The first woman across the line in the Kindred half-marathon was Cassie Fine (01:16:49) followed by Samantha Phillips (second) and Richelle Hill (third).

Head here for more Kindred half-marathon results.


The Moreton Daily 10km run/walk was won by Tim Vincent (30:11), followed by Kai Lok Wong (second) and Matt Cooper (third).

The first woman across the line was Cara Woolnough (34:41), followed by Jacqui Wilson (second) and Shiloh Watts (third).

Head here for more Moreton Daily 10km run/walk results.


Natasha Price won the Moreton Daily Wheelchair 10km (38:58), followed by Adam Sheppard (01:06:43).

The Planet Fitness 5km run/walk was won by Thomas Feldmann (16:38), followed by Kyan Simpson (second) and Richard Barron (third).

The first woman across the line was Stephanie Bain (20:30), followed by Sienna Edmunds (second) and Emilia Schulze (third).

Head here for more Planet Fitness 5km run/walk results.


The Sesame Lane 3km was won by Owen Hughes (10:01), followed by Ahmad Rane (second) and Owen Isaacs (third).

The first woman across the line was Kate Beardmore (12:56), followed by Blair Burke (second) and Briella Plint (third).

Head here for more Sesame Lane 3km results.

Jetty 2 Jetty was brought to you by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism with strategic partners Moreton Bay Road Runners, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Visit Moreton Bay Region, Moreton Daily, USC and Tourism and Events QLD.

Event Partner: rebel

Race Sponsors: Sesame Lane, Kindred, Planet Fitness and Moreton Daily

Water Pit Stops Sponsors: Grand Prix Mazda Caboolture

Expo Sponsors: Nutrition Warehouse and Dolphins NRL

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Photos: Dominika Lis and Alycia Watt

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