SATURDAY
13 APRIL 2019

Welcome to the inaugural Coogee Climb for the Royal.
We’re bringing a weekend of events with something for everyone.
Come enjoy the food, kids activities and a fun atmosphere.

About

It’s finally here: Sydney’s steepest hill climb

The Royal Hospital for Women Foundation and Randwick City Council invite runners, walkers, hill climbers, wheelchair athletes, friends, families, school groups, corporate teams, and even your pets to climb 500m on 13 April 2019. This amazing event will get your heart pumping and bring a community together to conquer one of the steepest residential streets with the most amazing views of the Sydney coastline.

Something For Everyone!

Enjoy the post-event celebrations as part of the Coogee Courage Multi Sport Festival with thousands of others with street food, market stalls, health, lifestyle and wellness expos at the start line and along the amazing coastline of Coogee where the kids (and adults who want to be kids) can be a part of the famous Obstacool.

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King & Queen

of Coogee

Awarded to the fastest combined times from the Coogee Climb and the 2.4 km Coogee Island Challenge.

Fundraising

Help Support the Royal Hospital for Women Foundation

Your support ensures the Royal Hospital for Women can provide the best and most innovative care for women and babies, now and for future generations.  Fundraising is a meaningful way you can make a difference. Fundraise through the Foundation, create a team and invite your friends to join in.

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Resources for Courageous Climbers

Registration

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Training Plans

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Grab your friends, grab your work colleagues and be a part of this exciting and challenging fun event up one of the steepest urban streets in Sydney. Teams of 5 to 20 will make their way up the Coogee Climb while ALL holding a rope (supplied by the team). You must all be holding the rope with at least one hand from the start line to the finish, pulling and motivating each other to the top. Preferably run, walk, crawl or cry your way to the top behind each other as not to block the road for other climbers heading up the hill or (possibly) sliding back down.

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