A classic course

The popular Sheepwash Classic is on again. 166885

Easter is just around the corner and the excitement is building for the 35th annual Barwon Coast Sheepwash Classic.
The highly anticipated Sheepwash Classic is set to kick off its 35th year with more than 600 competitors tackling either the 8km or 4km course on Easter Saturday, 15 April. With arguably one of the most visually stunning routes of all Victorian fun runs, the Classic brings serious competitors and fun runners together to enjoy the spectacular coastline of the Bellarine Peninsula.
The start gun is set to fire at 9am from At the Heads restaurant for the 8km run followed by the 4km runners and walkers at 9.05am. Runners then cross the footbridge and head down to the beach towards Ocean Grove, returning along the walking track. The 8km track then takes in the scenic beauty of the Barwon Heads Bluff before returning to the finish line next to the rotunda in Lahey Square, Barwon Heads.
The fun run is co-ordinated by a dedicated group of volunteers and all funds raised go towards major projects at Barwon Heads Primary School.
Registrations are taken online until Wednesday 13 April 11.59pm at www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=24502
Runners can register at Barwon Heads Primary School on Good Friday from 9am to noon or from 7am at Lahey Square rotunda on the day of the run.
A coffee van and breakfast barbecue will be on-site to kick start your morning in the best possible way.
For further information contact Kirsten Roberts on 0417 562 920 or Sarah Jackson on 0407 875 919.