If you can’t make it in person to the 30th Cohuna Bridge to Bridge event on March 5, 2023 but would still like to be involved, this is for you. We’re offering all events as a virtual option (runs and rides). This means you can run or ride the distance at your choice of location – and still get your finishers medal! It’s a win-win situation – the Cohuna District Hospital still gets funds, and you get to join in the fun from afar.
Here’s how it works:
STEP 1: You must register and pay your fee as a virtual entrant.
Registrations are the same price as the in-person runs and must be paid by the closing date, Saturday, March 4 at 3.00pm. You must opt in to receive a finishers medal, and must have an Australian address to receive a finishers medal in the mail. Overseas entrants are welcome, however, we cannot post medals to overseas addresses. No refunds will be given.
STEP 2: Run or ride your chosen distance between March 5 and March 18.
Where and when you run or ride is up to you. The run or ride must be done in one go to qualify, it is not an accumulation of kilometres throughout the two weeks. You are responsible for your own health and safety, and compliance with government restrictions and laws.
STEP 3: Send in proof of your run or ride.
This can be done through Strava or with data from another running app or fitness tracking device. Proof must be received by 11.59pm Sunday, April 2 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEP 4: Wait for your medal to arrive.
In early April we will send out your finishers medal if you opted to receive one, and if you have an Australian address. As a virtual participant, you are not eligible for any other awards.
- Race entry
- Finishers medal