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AMI Round the Bays 2014 Near Sell Out

AMI Round the Bays 2014 Near Sell Out

With only a few thousand spaces left in the 2014 AMI Round the Bays, event organisers are encouraging those who are yet to enter to do so now. Capped at 14,000 participants, the event surpassed 10,000 registrations over the last week with parts of the event already reaching their capacity.

Event organisers, Sport Wellington, announced the addition of the Snapper 10km distance this year and are pleased to see a positive uptake with the distance being the first to sell out. The Snapper 10km run reached its 2500 participant capacity on Friday and registrations for this distance category have been closed off as at 4pm Friday 31st January.

There are still limited entries available for the 6.5km fun run and the Lenco Half Marathon.

People who are yet to register are encouraged to do so soon to ensure their spot at the start line of the biggest AMI Round the Bays to date. For more information and to enter today, go to amiroundthebays.co.nz.


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