The weather man's smiling on us.
And thousands of City2Surfers are all set to go when Todd Blackadder blasts his air horn at Centennial Park on Sunday morning.
It all looks great for the return of the South Island's most popular fun run to Christchurch after the earthquake stopped it last year.
If you haven't entered, it's not too late.
"The weather forecast looks fantastic," said The Star general manager Steve McCaughan.
"To see that forecast with a great big sun and a high of 19deg is looking perfect, and should ensure everyone has a great day out with their families.
"I'd like to thank so many people of Christchurch for participating in our fun run once again."
"And also our old City2Surf hands, as it takes more than 250 marshalls, volunteers, and helpers, one person for about every 50m of the course, to manage the event. They can't recall us having a wet day for it!"
You can still enter tomorrow at any New World or Pak 'N Save, or at the Athlete's Foot in Northlands or Westfield.
Todd Blackadder will officially start the City2Surf before running in it himself with a target of 1hr 20min for the 14km - and then make a quick exit to the airport to join his team heading off to South Africa in the afternoon.
There are three drink stations along the route, the first at the 4.5km mark, and toilets alongside each of these stops as well as at the start and finish.
With the new course from Pioneer Stadium along the Heathcote River to Ferrymead, the 2012 City2Surf is quite different this year. From the first in 1975 until 2010, the course was from Cathedral Square and along the Avon River to Queen Elizabeth II Park or the surf.
Fun runners are recommended to work together to car pool for this year's event to reduce the number of cars at the start and the finish.
Entrants can park near the finish early in the day, then take buses back at 8am and 8.15am for the 14km start at Centennial Park. And buses will leave Ferrymead at 9am to take people back to the 6km start at Opawa School.
Buses will also be running from 10am to 2.30pm to take people back to Pioneer Stadium and Opawa School if they have left their vehicles at the starts.