Whether you're an athlete or not, there was a little something for everyone at Sunday's 2021 Burnie 10.
With live music spurring on runners, a fighter jet flying overhead to build up anticipation and a bright blue sky, race director Richard Welsh said he couldn't have asked for a smoother day.
"We were well-briefed, well-planned and had terrific support from the Burnie City Council. Many members of the previous committee remained involved as well," he said.
"There's a real sense of community achievement.
"It's not bad having a big pipe band playing some live music and a fighter jet (an F-35A) flying overhead. It was simply sensational."
Mr Welsh said it was a credit to all the hard work that had gone into getting the historic race up and running, with about 100 organisers and volunteers involved.
With the first racers kicking off at 11.15 (the staggered start a COVID adjustment), a number of prizes had already been awarded by early afternoon.
However, for Eilleen Sheehan and daughter Jann O'Neill, the day was less about physical prowess and more about simply getting involved.
Together, the pair made up the team 'Age is Just a Number', which took out the title of 'Best Team Name'.
At the fresh age of 93-years-old and competing in her wheelchair, Ms Sheehan said life was all about just getting involved.
"If there's anything you can do, don't give up until you can't do it," she said.
Ms O'Neill agreed, saying that exact attitude was how the team name had come about.
"It's a natural thing to say, age is just a number," Ms O'Neill said. "It's her saying in life.
"It's nice to be involved. It doesn't matter how long it takes you ... but I'm sore as anything."
It wasn't the first Burnie 10 for the pair, with Ms O'Neill having run it with her sister back at the very first event, and in previous years since. Ms Sheehan's first race was back in 2018, aged 90.