Milosevic wins Sydney's City2Surf


Milosevic wins Sydney's City2Surf - 9th August 2015

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The City2Surf has been won by western Sydney athlete Brad Milosevic in a time of 42 minutes and 15 seconds.

The first-placed woman was Queenslander Cassandra Fien with a time of 46 minutes and 39 seconds.

Milosevic beat 80,000 other runners, improving on his second placing last year.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott is among the people pounding the pavement in Sydney's City to Surf, the world's biggest fun run.

It's a 14km route from the city centre to Bondi Beach, including the infamous 'heartbreak hill'.

Marathon runners and elite wheelchair athletes took off first on a sunny Sunday, to be followed by fanatics, fancy dress funsters, pensioners and mums with prams.

Now in its 45th year, the annual event has so far raised close to $4 million for charity.

Roads between Sydney's CBD and the eastern suburbs are closed, with drivers warned of traffic delays.

(AAP)