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The Gauteng Marathon

2 September 2012 @ 6:00 am

The Gauteng Marathon starts in Mogale City on the 2nd September 2012. There’s a 5km race for those who feel they can’t handle the 21.1km or 42.2km races and walkers are welcome.

Unique Fact: The winner of the 42.2km race will earn themselves a cool R250 000

Start times: 42.2km: 6am; 21.1km: 6am; 5km: 7am

All races will finish at Johannesburg Stadium.  The closing date for entries is Friday, 31 August 2012.

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2 September 2012 6:00 am
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Mogale City, Johannesburg (42.2km) / Cecilpayne Stadium, Johannesburg (21.1km) / Florida Lake, Johannesburg (21.1km) / Johannesburg Athletic Stadium (5km)



  1. Great route, great potential. BAD organisation! Race number pick up logistics not properly communicated. Buses back to start not efficient. Finished race before 8, the bus only left at 10h30. NOBODY aware of where buses were departing from, took 1 hour simply to find the departure location -not 1 sign or announcement. They need to get the small things right.
    Peter02 Sep 2012
  2. Enjoyed it! The half was well organised wirh ample water points and marshalls. Great to finish in the Jhb stadium as well. Organised my own lift back to my car though. Will do it againm
    graeme03 Sep 2012
  3. Magic - did the 21km. All details were available on site and the work Andre & Wife did - great. Marshalls at all possible corners, water points every 3km. No-where crowded. Liked the stretched distance - tired of circle running. Will definitely do it again.
    Luke03 Sep 2012
  4. Great race well organized most definate will be there next year u did say walkers welcome can we have some attention as well please like the runners we were not inteviewed or photographed we old ducks would appreciate some regonition C u on the road
    Rina Bekker13 Sep 2012
  5. Great race, has a potential to be the greatest. Surely can do better in terms of logistics and organising, (race numbers, communication, registrations etc). Otherwise not too shabby for the first event. Expecting better organisation when I do it again next year.
    Thato13 Sep 2012
  6. want to do it for fun.
    Aliza14 Feb 2014
  7. My dog joins my 10k run every morning. Is there and dog friendly races in Gauteng? Regards, Annelle
    Annelle Murray05 Sep 2014

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