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Bond Law to take on Gold Coast Marathon

37 pavement pushers have come together to form Bond Law’s Marathon team, set to compete this Saturday and Sunday July 3-4 for the annual Gold Coast Airport Marathon.

The team features both academic and general staff, as well as some partners and family members.

Team members have been preparing for the event since late last year, with many enduring punishing 5am training runs.

“It’s great to see such a strong take up this year, when we called for expressions of interest in November I was hoping for 20, and we were overwhelmed by the support of 28 staff and family across all events”, said Professor Geraldine Mackenzie, Dean Faculty of Law.

“Everyone has been putting in the training and really getting behind one another – it’s sure to be a great weekend for all involved”, she said.

This weekend’s events include the marathon, half marathon, 10km run and 5km challenge with each course running alongside the Pacific Ocean surf beaches and the Broadwater.
 

Faculty of Law staff have the finish line in their sights

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