Race attendees look a little worse after the fun City2Surf race

Thousands of people gathered outside the bars and restaurants of Bondi after the City2Surf event on Sunday

Thousands of City2Surf participants have sprung their hair after competing in the annual charity fun from Sydney to Bondi Beach.

The bars and restaurants of Bondi were in capacity, since around 80,000 people descended in the popular suburb by the beach at the end of the event on Sunday.

Exhausted runners and those simply interested in having a drink mingled when the city was blessed with a bright blue sky to complete the weekend.

Long queues were the norm outside of places, with customers facing a long wait to enter and celebrate finishing their career.

The 14km race from Hyde Park from Sydney to Bondi Beach took place in what has become the world's biggest fun race, in its 48th annual year.

Thousands of people gathered outside the bars and restaurants of Bondi after the City2Surf event on Sunday

Thousands of people gathered outside the bars and restaurants of Bondi after the City2Surf event on Sunday

Bondi was a popular place for thousands of people on the Sunday after the annual City2Surf event

Bondi was a popular place for thousands of people on the Sunday after the annual City2Surf event

Bondi was a popular place for thousands of people on the Sunday after the annual City2Surf event

The popular bars and restaurants of the suburb by the beach were in capacity, since around 80,000 people flooded the area after the charitable fun.

The popular bars and restaurants of the suburb by the beach were in capacity, since around 80,000 people flooded the area after the charitable fun.

The popular bars and restaurants of the beachside suburb were in capacity, as around 80,000 people flooded the area after charity fun.

The bars and restaurants of Bondi are in their capacity as exhausted runners and those simply interested in a Sunday afternoon drink on the beach for a drink

The bars and restaurants of Bondi are in their capacity as exhausted runners and those simply interested in a Sunday afternoon drink on the beach for a drink

The bars and restaurants of Bondi are in their capacity as exhausted runners and those simply interested in a Sunday afternoon drink on the beach for a drink

A particularly happy group can be seen with red cups and hugging each other, dressed in casual clothes instead of the fitness attire that many others boast

A particularly happy group can be seen with red cups and hugging each other, dressed in casual clothes instead of the fitness attire that many others boast

A particularly happy group can be seen with red cups and hugging each other, dressed in casual clothes instead of the fitness attire that many others boast

Many of the customers proudly put the medal of their finalists around their necks, after having received them at the nearest finish line.

Many of the customers proudly put the medal of their finalists around their necks, after having received them at the nearest finish line.

Many of the customers proudly put the medal of their finalists around their necks, after having received them at the nearest finish line.

There were long lines outside the popular spots in Bondi as participants of City2Surf and those interested in a mixed Sunday drink

There were long lines outside the popular spots in Bondi as participants of City2Surf and those interested in a mixed Sunday drink

There were long lines outside the popular spots in Bondi as participants of City2Surf and those interested in a mixed Sunday drink

The 14km race from Hyde Park from Sydney to Bondi Beach took place in what has become the world's biggest fun race, in its 48th annual year.

The day's drinkers line up in bars and store fronts, most with drinks in hand and festive smiles.

You can see a particularly cheerful group with red cups and hugging each other, dressed in casual clothes instead of the fitness attire that many others show off.

Many of the clients proudly put the medal of their finalists on their necks, after having received them at the nearest finish line. Fun Run supported more than 1000 charities and raised almost $ 5 million in total for the organizations.

Fun Run supported more than 1000 charities and raised almost $ 5 million in total for the organizations.

One participant in the race dressed in a T-shirt of the day "R U OK", openly supporting one of the charities in question.

The City2Surf event on Sunday attracted some 80,000 participants who completed a 14-km course from Sydney's Hyde Park to Bondi Beach

The City2Surf event on Sunday attracted some 80,000 participants who completed a 14-km course from Sydney's Hyde Park to Bondi Beach.

The City2Surf event on Sunday attracted some 80,000 participants who completed a 14-km course from Sydney's Hyde Park to Bondi Beach

Nearly 80,000 people raced at Sydney's City2Surf 2018, running 14km to raise nearly $ 5 million for charity

Nearly 80,000 people raced at Sydney's City2Surf 2018, running 14km to raise nearly $ 5 million for charity

Nearly 80,000 people raced at Sydney's City2Surf 2018, running 14km to raise nearly $ 5 million for charity

A patron proudly displayed his medal, accompanied by a space suit from head to toe and a drink

A patron proudly displayed his medal, accompanied by a space suit from head to toe and a drink

A patron proudly displayed his medal, accompanied by a space suit from head to toe and a drink

It was the subject of photographs and attention of spectators, since the noisy customers enjoyed the celebrations after the race

It was the subject of photographs and attention of spectators, since the noisy customers enjoyed the celebrations after the race

It was the subject of photographs and attention of spectators, since the noisy customers enjoyed the celebrations after the race

A patron proudly displayed his medal, accompanied by a space suit from head to toe and a drink.

It was the subject of photographs and attention of spectators, since the noisy customers enjoyed the post-race celebrations.

Patches of blue skies and temperatures of 12ÂșC greeted the runners, who met at the starting line on Sunday morning.

Ben St Lawrence was the first to cross the finish line, with Ellie Pashley being the first woman to complete the walk.

St Lawrence, a 36-year-old Australian Olympian, had to run the final meters to beat Australian teammate Liam Adams for his second title.

Thousands of runners completed the race, managing to raise almost $ 5 million for more than 1000 charities.

The superheroes, henchmen, pirates and streakers were among the fun costumes that people adorned for the race.

Superheroes, pirates, minions and streakers were among those who disguised themselves for the race

Superheroes, pirates, minions and streakers were among those who disguised themselves for the race

Superheroes, pirates, minions and streakers were among those who disguised themselves for the race

Thousands of runners completed the race, managing to raise almost $ 5 million for more than 1000 charities

Thousands of runners completed the race, managing to raise almost $ 5 million for more than 1000 charities

Thousands of runners completed the race, managing to raise almost $ 5 million for more than 1000 charities

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