The flat out and back route starts at Jervois Quay, makes a tour of Evans bay, and reaches Scorching Bay before turning around and getting back to the starting line. It is no wonder why the event is named “Round the Bays”.
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Globelet Half Marathon Daniel Jones outpaced more then 1561 runners to win in 01:07:35. Coming in second was Seamus Kane (01:09:54). Finishing third was Bert Prendergast (01:11:19). In the ladies race, Sarah Drought got a win, finishing with a time of 01:20:01 . She bested Debbie Donald who crossed the finish line 4 minutes 13 secondes behind her. While Mel Stevens
Cigna Achilles Half Marathon Chris Sanson outran roughly 1676 runners to win with a time of 01:10:26. He finished 33 seconds ahead of Scott Russell. Stephen Day (01:11:05) made notched third place. For the women, Lindsay Barwick finished first in 01:26:53 . Betty Bohane earned runner-up honors with a time of 01:27:16. Rounding out the top three was Ayla Ronald with
Half Marathon results Nick Horspool (1:08:36) had little trouble winning the Cigna Round the Bays Half Marathon in Wellington, New Zealand. More than 1,400 runners completed the shoreline run from Frank Kitt Park to Massey Memorial and back. James Parsons placed second with a time of 1:11:50. He finished fourth a year ago. Last year’s winner Stephen Day (1:12:31) took third
Hello, on Feb 22nd 2015, you’ll be organizing the Cigna Round the Bays. Can you tell us where it is located? Cigna Round the Bays takes place in New Zealand’s capital, Wellington. The race follows Wellington’s picturesque waterfront. Runners take off at Frank Kitts Park, located in the middle of Wellington city. They will make their way around Wellington’s inner harbour