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Nike: She Runs the Night launch video

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This week, Nike launched Australia's first ever female night race, She Runs The Night. The event challenges and inspires runners of every ability to unite as a community and reach their physical goals. This evening event will provide a safe environment to empower female runners to celebrate their love for running and their city.

The inaugural 13km race will light up Centennial Park Sydney on the evening of 3 May 2012. The creative campaign, developed by Us Sydney, features race ambassadors recruited from Nike She Runs Facebook community starring in online films, print ads and outdoor posters. When scanned by a QR reader, the outdoor posters launch a video inviting others to join her for local training sessions and night runs in the lead up to the race.

The event was launched to the community on Facebook with a short film that follows one runner's journey into the night. It can be personalised so runners can challenge their friends to join them and run the night.

"It's really important to us that this race is owned by the grassroots female running community of Sydney. Our entire campaign is about telling their stories and making them the heroes," says Us Sydney Executive Creative Director, Christy Peacock.

"Nike wanted to motivate women to lace-up and discover the excitement and enjoyment of night running with their friends. She Runs The Night will inspire women to run together around an iconic Sydney venue, Centennial Park, and celebrate night running in a safe environment," Nike Pacific Marketing Director, Juliana Nguyen said.
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She Runs The Night Film:

Producer: Peter Kearney

DoP: Hugh Miller

Post Production: The Editors

Editor: Dave Whittaker

Online Editor: Adam Archer

Sound Design: Wes Chew

Music Composer: Antony Partos

Typographer: Luca Ionescu

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