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Run With Dad is a fun run (and walk) held on Father's Day, raising awareness of prostate cancer with all funds raised donated to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.

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Registrations Close: Friday 31 August 2018 05:20 PM (AEST)
Early Bird Registrations Due By: Friday 31 August 2018 01:00 PM (AEST)

When: Father's Day - Sunday, 2nd September 2018
Time: 7:00am (race starts at 7:15am sharp)
Location: East Point Reserve, Fannie Bay

Online registrations are open until 7pm (Darwin Time) Friday, 31 August.
Single Adult (18+): $20 online
Single Child (ages 6-17): $10 online
Family (2 adults + up to 4 children): $50 online
Team (min 4, max 6): $80 online

Late registrations* will include a $10 late fee.
(plus online administration fees of 3.95% or $1.20 min fee)

Prostate cancer kills more than 3,000 men every year. 
This is a great opportunity to have fun and run or walk with your Dad, or your family and friends. You don't have to be an elite athlete to take part and we encourage families to run with their kids!

Let's show our support for those men battling the disease, honour those we have lost, and encourage the men in our lives to get tested and be aware of the symptoms.

After the run, enjoy a BBQ breakfast and activities for the kids.

Run With Dad singlets and hats will be available for purchase on Saturday, 1st September at our pre-event 'set-up' morning at Lake Alexander, or on the day of the event.

All money raised is donated to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia and is invested back into the Territory. This year, the money raised will go towards funding a full time prostate cancer nurse in Darwin.

We look forward to seeing you on Father's Day!

*Late registrations can be made in person (before midday) on Saturday, 1st September at Lake Alexander, or on the morning of the event.