All entries to be paid in full, once numbers have been reached, no entries to be allowed.
Between the closing of entries (either the advertised limits or the closing date) and 5pm on Saturday 30 April 2022, 320 Charity entries will be made available for the marathon and half marathon, at a cost of R420 each, for the 21.1km and R520 each, for the 2.2km. Proceeds of each charity entry will be divided equally and donated to charities : National Sea Rescue, Project Rhino, Pink Drive
Each entrant in the road 42.2km, 21.1km and 10km races is reminded that they MUST wear BOTH their ASA license numbers (front and back) and the two race numbers issued MUST BE WORN OVER the bottom part of the ASA number, leaving the Year, Province and ASA sponsor’s logos exposed.
In order to capture all data, and particularly those runners applying for Elite / Contender / good for age status, it is preferable that entry is done online using webtickets.co.za, entries can also be made at Pick N Pay or Boxer Stores Cut-off date 15 April 2022 or when entry limits are reached.
All licensed entrants who belong to a club and are in possession of a valid 2022 license number must be wear both license numbers , one on the front & one on the back of their vest.
The race number issued by the organisers must also be worn on the front of the vest, over the license number however not covering any ASA sponsors.
Contenders will be provided with two numbers; one for the front and one for the back.
Unlicensed athletes must purchase a temporary licence number. This number must be worn on the back of plain clothing and the race number issued by the organizers must be worn on the front. No advertising.
Tog bag facility will be at the start and runners will collect at finish, Msunduzi Athletics Stadium. The facility is used at your own risk. The race organizers do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage of personal items left at the tog bag facility
Finishtime will be used to time the 42.2km , 21.1km and 10km events and disposable timing chips (race bibs) will be provided. Do not tamper with the timing chip. If its lost or damaged, you may not get an an official finishing time
Numerical age category tags must be worn on the front and back of vests. Failure to wear age tags will mean you will not be eligible for any age category prizes
Proof of age must be produced on request on the day of the race.
‘W’ tags are required for walkers competing for prize money.
14 years for the 10km
16 years for the 21,1km
20 years for the 42,2km
For safety reasons, participants are not allowed to use earphones, iPods, etc during the race. This excludes hearing aids
Athletes indemnify the national, provincial and regional bodies as well as sponsors and organisers of the race against all or any actions whatsoever nature, Whether same may arise out of their participation in the race or otherwise. Entries cannot be refunded, returned or exchanged on account of weather or unforeseen events occurring beyond the control of the event organisers.
I also grant my permission to the Organiser’s or its agents, in terms of Section 51 of the Electronic Communications Transactions Act 25 of 2002, to use my name, race information and any photographs, video tapes, broadcast and/or telecast footage in which I may appear, for whatever use, at no charge. Refer to POPI Act