The bibs have arrived, the medals have been unpacked and the COVID-safe plan has received the green light.
Now the competitors only have to take their place at the start line and the 2021 Beach to Brother Trail Running Festival is set to proceed on November 14.
Originally set down for September 26, uncertainty surrounding Public Health Orders and lockdowns ensured the event had to be rescheduled.
Director Mick Maher is now looking forward to the event in six weeks as New South Wales starts to reopen in Mid-October.
"You can be a newbie and still do the five kay or 10 kay without any major issues physically," he said.
"The consent forms are in place and our COVID-safe plan has been approved by NSW Health ... we're ready to run the event."
Mr Maher said the event would be largely unaffected by Public Health Orders, but they had everything in place regardless.
"In our discussions with NSW Health they said we were already set up because we stage the start times for the four different events on the day," he said.
Runners will have the choice of competing in the full marathon (42.2 kilometre), half-marathon (21.1 kilometre), 10-kilometre or five-kilometre events.
"We don't accept registrations once we go over 200 (for each event)," Mr Maher said.
"Then it's about the participants and using the QR code to check-in."
All competitors will pick up their race bibs with the QR code built-in on the day before the event.
"That means you don't need to take your phone with you. You can check in as you walk out your front door and then check out when you arrive home," Mr Maher said.
As of October 4 the event had already raised $16,000 for the local cancer council.
"Beach to Brother isn't about the event, it's about raising money for cancer," Mr Maher said.
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