Event Areas Archives: Gauteng

Spur Gauteng Winter Trail Series™ 1 of 4

The first race of the popular Spur Gauteng Winter Trail Series™. Complete the Series by running at least three short courses or three long courses. Alternatively, you can only run one or two to join the fun. Medals for Series finishers only.
B’Sorah is a fun and fast course that winds its way through typical bushveld scenery, shady forest sections and past clear streams – look out for the ice along the way!

Starting times: 13.5km: 9am; 6.7km: 9:21am.

Pre-entries are available on www.trailseries.co.za. Entries are limited and pre-entry online is advisable. Late entries on the day will only be taken if capacity has not been reached.

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Brooks Dark Run

BROOKS DARK RUN, Johannesburg Harriers Athletic Club, Offer a Three race series to keep you training and motivated in the chilly winter months.
A night Trail run, held in the safe environment of Glenvista country club. 8 km and 4km distances are offered.

Change rooms/ toilet facilities are available at the venue.

Glenvista country club will provide a cash bar and food will be on sale.

Brooks running South Africa, 32Gi energy supplement, sportsman warehouse,Chas Evervitt, Will be on hand as event sponsors.

Distances: RACE DISTANCE

8 km trail running course. (Approximate distance)
4 km trail running course. (Approximate distance)
Due to the nature of trail running there are no km marker boards.
Walkers welcome.

Start/ Finish at the golf club house. Restaurant, bar and bathrooms at venue.

Starting times:

8 km race starts at 19h30.
4 km race will start 19h30
Registration: 18h00 – 19h20. Race briefing: 19h20
Prize giving: 21h00

You can enter online at www.entrytime.com or  www.sa-active.com. These close 7 June 2015. You can also enter on race day (R100), from 6 – 7:20pm.

Send proof of payment to paulconfait@mweb.co.za
Ensure you receive a confirmation from the race organisers.
Use surname and name as reference when doing transfer.

The event will take place as scheduled. Adverse weather conditions (rain, hail, lightning etc.) will not affect event and the organisers do not take any responsibility if conditions affect participants in any way. Entrants with safety concerns can select not to participate. There are no cancellation refunds.

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

It is compulsory that competitors must each be equipped with a headlamp or torch. The stronger the light the better.

It is recommended that competitors should each be equipped with the following minimum equipment:

Trail shoes or similar shoes.
A hydration system (water bottles or bladder). No water stations on course.
Comfortable running clothes suitable to weather conditions.

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Silver Oaks Crossing Race of Faith

Early morning on Saturday, 6 June 2015 thousands of runners will be able to enjoy the 7th Silver Oaks Crossing Race of Faith , the start and the finish of the race will take place from Silver Oaks Crossing Shopping Centre that is located on the corner of Solomon Mahlangu and Von Backstrom Drive and then in a wonderful partnership agreement, proceed through the beautiful streets of Silver Lakes Golf Estate and Willow Acres Estate back into the shopping centre.

The Race of Faith is part of the Silver Oaks Crossing Shopping Centre annual community marketing campaign. The name of the race also has a broader meaning – to have faith – in life as a whole. The race is a wonderful opportunity for people from all walks of life to utilize as a platform to raise money toward a good cause namely the Paul Jungnickel Home for the Disabled.

The route winds through the scenic beauty of the Silver Lakes Golf Estate, making this race arguably one of the most visually appealing in Gauteng. Organisers hope to attract participants of all shapes and sizes – professional runners will compete for substantial prize money and special Faith medals will be awarded to all finishers.

Starting times: 15km Run/Walk & 10km: 7am; 5.5km Fun Run: 7:10am; Kiddies Race 500m (3-6yrs): 9:30am; Kiddies Race 1km (7-10yrs): 9:45am

Unique Fact: Special Faith medals will be awarded to all finishers. Prize money will be awarded to category winners and there will be lots of giveaways.

Pre-entries, available at Silver Oaks Crossing (at the Mediabox Northern Lofts) and SPAR (at the MRK Installation/DSTV desk) from 11 May – 5 June 2015, or on www.enteronline.co.za, will close on 3 June 2015. You can also enter on race day, from 5am.

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Run Walk for Life Soweto

The 5km is billed as a Development Race, Prizes up for grabs. Specials on RWFL Soweto membership sign up will be offered at the event.

The race falls within the Youth Month and will celebrate Cancer Survivors Day and Father’s Day. Schools are encouraged to field their learners and Parents in the 5km and 10km distances to qualify for Best School Finishers Prizes.

CGA Race Walk League is using this race (10km only) to promote race walking so clubs can earn their points for monthly floating trophy based on the number of walkers entered! Walkers must wear their Walker Tags and abide by the rules.

This race is described as an ideal post-Comrades stretch and being in June it celebrates June month themes including Cancer Survivors, Youth Day and Fathers’ Day. Although you can run this event, both the 10km and 5km routes welcome walkers of all levels.

Medals to all finishers. Raffle draws galore!

Starting times: 10km; Run: 8am; Walk: 8:10am; 5km Fun Run: 8:30am.

Pre-entries, available on www.modernathlete.co.za , closed 31 May 2015. Manual entry forms will be available through sports shops and clubs from 1 March 2015. Entries will also be accepted on Thursday 4 June and Friday 5 June from 10am-6pm and on Saturday 6 June, from 6am-5pm at the race venue. No late entries on race day, from only minute race number collections.

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Brooks Dark Run

Brooks Dark Run, Johannesburg Harriers Athletic Club, Offer a Three race series to keep you training and motivated in the chilly winter months.

A night Trail run, held in the safe environment of Glenvista country club. 8 km and 4km distances are offered

Change rooms/ toilet facilities are available at the venue: Glenvista Country Club.

A cash bar will be available and food will be on sale.

Brooks running South Africa, 32Gi energy supplement, sportsman warehouse,Chas Evervitt, will be on hand as event sponsors.

Starting times: 8km & 4km: 7:30pm
Race briefing: 7:20pm.
Prize giving: 9pm.

Pre-entries, available on www.entrytime.com, close 2 August 2015. You can also enter on the day at registration, from 6 – 7:20pm.

The event will take place as scheduled. Adverse weather conditions (rain, hail, lightning etc.) will not affect event and the organisers do not take any responsibility if conditions affect participants in any way. Entrants with safety concerns can select not to participate. There are no cancellation refunds.

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

It is compulsory that competitors must each be equipped with a headlamp or torch. The stronger the light the better.

It is recommended that competitors should each be equipped with the following minimum equipment:

Trail shoes or similar shoes.
A hydration system (water bottles or bladder). No water stations on course.
Comfortable running clothes suitable to weather conditions.

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Brooks Dark Run

BROOKS DARK RUN, Johannesburg Harriers Athletic Club, Offer a Three race series to keep you training and motivated in the chilly winter months.
A night Trail run, held in the safe environment of Glenvista country club. 8 km and 4km distances are offered

Change rooms/ toilet facilities are available at the venue. Glenvista country club

Will provide a cash bar and food will be on sale.

Brooks running South Africa, 32Gi energy supplement, sportsman warehouse,Chas Evervitt, Will be on hand as event sponsors.

Restaurant, bar and bathrooms at venue.

Starting times: 8km & 4km: 7:30pm.

Pre-entries, available on www.entrytime.com, close 28 June 2015. You can also enter on the night, from 6pm.

The event will take place as scheduled. Adverse weather conditions (rain, hail, lightning etc.) will not affect event and the organisers do not take any responsibility if conditions affect participants in any way. Entrants with safety concerns can select not to participate. There are no cancellation refunds.

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

It is compulsory that competitors must each be equipped with a headlamp or torch. The stronger the light the better.

It is recommended that competitors should each be equipped with the following minimum equipment:

Trail shoes or similar shoes.
A hydration system (water bottles or bladder). No water stations on course.
Comfortable running clothes suitable to weather conditions.

Due to the nature of trail running there are no km marker boards.
Walkers welcome.

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ROC orienteering event (sprint)

This is the 18th annual sprint cup.

Orienteering is a competitive form of land navigation. It is for all ages and degrees of fitness & skill. It provides the suspense and excitement of a treasure hunt. The objective of orienteering is to locate control points by using a map and compass to navigate through the area.

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Witsoc orienteering novelty Christmas event

Orienteering is a competitive form of land navigation. It is for all ages and degrees of fitness & skill. It provides the suspense and excitement of a treasure hunt. The objective of orienteering is to locate control points by using a map and compass to navigate through the area.

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ROC orienteering event relay 2 (sprint)

Orienteering is a competitive form of land navigation. It is for all ages and degrees of fitness & skill. It provides the suspense and excitement of a treasure hunt. The objective of orienteering is to locate control points by using a map and compass to navigate through the area.

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ROC orienteering event bush 7 (middle)

Orienteering is a competitive form of land navigation. It is for all ages and degrees of fitness & skill. It provides the suspense and excitement of a treasure hunt. The objective of orienteering is to locate control points by using a map and compass to navigate through the area.

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