Running for #TeamTOGA

What is #TeamTOGA?

#TeamTOGA is a group of individuals who walk or run to raise money for lung cancer and mesothelioma research by participating in marathons or walking events and collecting donations and sponsors through their own personal fundraising page created by TOGA.

#TeamTOGA is reassembling for the 2022 Sun Herald City2Surf, but this year it will be bigger, better with wider reach and most importantly, an opportunity for some face to face fun, and to smash last year’s fundraising efforts with an ambitious target of $40,000 across 3 events.

This year anyone who raises >$500 will receive a free TOGA t-shirt for the event day.

T-shirts are also available for purchase from approximately end May.
They will be around $40 and available at the TOGA scientific meeting in Swissotel Sydney July 21-22.

2021 TeamTOGA

Which events can I participate in?

We have entered teams in:
Sun Herald City2Surf- 14 August 2022. Race entry. Set up fundraising page.
Gold Coast Marathon (allows remote participants)- 2-3 July 2022 Race entry. Pin is TOGA. Set up fundraising page.
Melbourne Marathon Festival– 2 October 2022. 

Contact us if you are interested in this event or set up your fundraising page and enter later.

You can also choose to enter in an event closer to home, or a endurance event that is more to your liking. Contact us to set up a fundraising page for you.

Village Roadshow Theme Parks Gold Coast Marathon (42.195km)

ASICS Half Marathon (21.095km)

Southern Cross University Run (10km)

Gold Coast Airport Fun Run (5km). Prams at the back of the field.

Wheelchair races available.

All races can be run through remote participation 2-10 July 2022. You get to run your own race, at your own pace and time it yourself at any location you choose.

Walk, jog or run the 14km course from Hyde Park to Bondi Beach.

The race starts at the intersection of Park Street and College Street before participants make their way downhill on William Street and head up through the Kings Cross Tunnel, along New South Head Road winding through Rose Bay, and then up the infamous “Heartbreak Hill”.

Turn the corner at Vaucluse onto Old South Head Road, then Military Road and take in the ocean views on the downhill, before a turnaround at Curlewis Street, and crossing the finish line on Queen Elizabeth Drive at Bondi.

raise funds in the Melbourne marathon

Nike Melbourne Marathon (42.195km)

Run (10km)

Nike Half Marathon (21.1km)

Run (5km)

Walk (3km)

If you are intending to walk the entire event, it is recommended that you enter the 3km walk. You can walk in the 5km event, but you need to be aware of giving way to runners.

You must be fully vaccinated against COVID19 to participate.