Date: 18 August 2023

More than 80,000 runners, joggers and walkers hit the streets of Sydney on Sunday 13 August for the famous City2Surf.

The run, spanning 14km from Hyde Park to Bondi Beach, is one of the biggest fun runs in the world.

Colourful costumes and neon lycra have become staples of the race. Many of the eccentrically dressed runners were raising money for charity, including none other than SuperRory who was raising funds for Sony Foundation.

Rory Piper, from the organising committee of the Abbox Sony Camp, has run City2Surf as SuperRory three times and raised nearly $20,000 for Sony Foundation’s Holiday Camp program.

“I love doing City2Surf and raising funds for Sony Foundation, as it gives families and campers access to such an amazing experience - as well as it gives Year 11 & 12 students an eye-opening opportunity to volunteer for.”

Employees from Sony Music, Crossmark, Sony Pictures and various Sydney schools took part as Team Sony Foundation raising an incredible $9,690, with SuperRory leading the way with over $5,300 raised.

Funds raised will enable approximately nine children with a disability to attend a Sydney Sony Camp this December.

A huge thank you to those who faced heartbreak hill and rallied donations so a child with disability could have a holiday of a lifetime.

Stay in touch with all the latest news and updates – subscribe to our newsletter