Thundering footsteps could be heard throughout the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan on Sunday as more than 1300 people took part in the 2019 Campbelltown City Challenge Walk.
The annual event encourages Macarthur residents to tackle either a six-kilometre or 11-kilometre track and work towards healthy lifestyles.
The overall winners of both tracks in 2018 replicated their winning form on Sunday - both Davor Zailac (22-35 age division) and Ryan Thomson (17-21) crossed the finish line first in their respective tracks again.
Cheryl Webb (36-50) was the top-placed female in the 11-kilometre track - coming in just 27 seconds behind Thomson and claiming second overall - while Teegan Pengilley (17-21 was the first female across the line in the six-kilometre track, taking second place just seven seconds behind Zailac.
Karley McVittie (17-21), Amy Legeret (22-35) and Patrick Velecky (36-50) rounded out the top five finishers in the six-kilometre track.
Christopher Noyce (22-35), Alison Tincknell (22-35) and John Walker (51-64) took third, fourth and fifth place in the longer track.
Brian Radburn was the top finisher in the 65+ age bracket, coming in seventh overall on the 11-kilometre track, while Osmo Millridge topped the age bracket on the smaller track, coming 35th overall.