• Race to be run under the rules of the ASA and WPA.

  • Wheelchair athletes must please contact the organisers timeously to discuss arrangements for their participation.

  • Detailed rules are available on http://www.wpa.org.za/ or on request from the organizers or the WPA office.

  • Time limits: for the marathon 6h00, half marathon 3h00, and for 10km 2h00.

  • Licensed athletes should run in full club colours and 2023 licenses must be worn on the front and the back of the vest. Race numbers will be issued, to be worn on the front, ensuring ASA license sponsor remains visible.

  • Temporary licensed athletes should run in clothing without bold advertising.

  • There will be refreshment stations every 3km with water and Coca Cola, as well as carry your own fill-up facilities.

  • Please do not litter. Dispose of litter responsibly by using the bins provided or carrying them to the Finish. Report offenders to the referees.

  • No personal seconding permitted, except at official refreshment stations.

  • The use of headphones is not allowed and may result in disqualification. This is for your own safety and for those around you!

  • All participants must obey traffic officers, race marshals and officials at all times.

  • Participants participate at their own risk. The organisers, sponsors, WPA, ASA and all persons assisting in staging the event will not be held responsible or liable for costs relating to any accident or injuries or loss of any belongings of whatever nature, however caused, resulting directly or indirectly from the athlete’s participation.

  • The results will be available on the WPA Website (www.wpa.org.za).


  • Medals for all participants!
  • Prize-giving ceremonies for each distance include a lucky draw. Make sure you stay for the ceremony to be eligible for some great gifts by our sponsors!
  • Prize-giving will start at 10am for the 10km participants, 10h30am for 21km participants, and at 12pm for the marathon participants.
  • Temporary licensed participants are eligible for age category prizes provided they enter the relevant age group, wear the appropriate age tags and provide proof of age.
  • Juniors born 2003 or later wearing a junior or senior license must display age tags ‘J’ to qualify for age group prizes.
  • In addition to overall (open) prizes, participants will only be eligible for an age category prize in the age category they enter. Corresponding numerical age category tags must be worn on the front and back of their club vest. Participants may enter the age category corresponding to their chronological age or younger down to senior.
  • Prize money (male and female prizes are equal).