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    The Color Run creates a spectacle in Centennial Park

Did you enter The Color Run, or come down to Centennial Park to see the spectacle?

Don’t know how you saw it, but this was how we did!

Here comes the crowd early on Sunday morning...

Here comes the crowd early on Sunday morning…

...heading towards the starting line on a stunning, stunning winter day!

…heading towards the starting line on a stunning, stunning winter day!

So happy, so clean...at the beginning!

So happy, so clean…at the beginning!

All ready, all set...

All ready, all set…

And we're away...led by a horse?

And we’re away…led by a horse?

Through the "Yellow" stage...

Through the “Yellow” stage…

...the "Blue"...

…the “Blue”…

...the "Orange"...

…the “Orange”…

...then the "Pink" stage...

…then the “Pink” stage.

Surely this is a record...the first Color Runner to fall asleep on the course!

Surely this is a record…the first Color Runner to fall asleep on the course!

All good things eventually come to an end...

All good things eventually come to an end…

...and it seemed like it really was a very happy 5K.

…and it seemed like it really was a very happy 5K.

Now it's time to celebrate...

Now it’s time to celebrate…

...and time for a good cleaning.

…and time for a good cleaning.

15,000 people. 5 kilometres. 1 place. We hope you all enjoyed Centennial Park.

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Got some photos of your own from the day? Share them with us!

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The Color Run is just one of many fantastic events we hold throughout the year. Want to know what else is on:

Just make sure this isn’t your first and only visit to Centennial Parklands this year. Come again – there’s much, much more to enjoy.

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