28th Annual GIO Oz Day 10k Wheelchair Race


26 January 2017
9:00am – 10:30am


The Rocks NSW

See some of the world’s finest wheelchair athletes race around the city’s historic quarter at exhilarating speeds.

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$Free access

Get in early to enjoy a free breakfast from 8am, courtesy of GIO. The BBQ is under the Cahill Expressway. 

Then cheer on athletes from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Japan, USA, South Korea, Great Britain, Thailand, South Africa and France. 

The Governor of NSW, General David Hurley, will start the race. The start/finish line is outside the Museum of Contemporary Art and the best vantage points are George Street in The Rocks and Hickson Road. 

The race will be broadcast LIVE on Sky News. 

For more information, visit the Wheelchair Sports NSW website, like the Facebook page and join the conversation on Twitter using #OzDay10K


Wheelchair Sports NSW is a charitable organisation responsible for the development, promotion and delivery of wheelchair sports in NSW. Since 1961 the organisation has made sport available to those in the community affected by spinal injury, spina bifida and similar disabilities. The strong success of the Paralympians at the London 2012 Paralympics has succeeded in increasing the profile of wheelchair sports in NSW and made many of the athletes household names across Australia. 


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