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      Entries

      Online : Click hereNo Manual Entries are possibleFor more entry and general info follow the link below

      Race Pack Collection

      PostNet (Free)Race Venue (Friday Only 10h00 - 21h00)No collection on race day is possible

      Contenders

      All Runners have the option of applying at the time of entry to be considered as Contenders for either the 50km or the 21km races.

      Results & Profile

      Looking for results from previous years? Or all of your personal results from the Ultra?

      Prizemoney

      The race presents a total prize purse of R. The overall ultra winners will pocket R15,000 each.

      Routes

      The race runs in a clockwise direction around the dam with the Dam wall and Saartjies coming early on. For routes click 50km or 21km

      Substitutions

      Currently there is no substitution process. Should the event enable substitutions then details will be communicated here

      Race Rules

      The race is run under the auspices of ANWN and ASA. For the full set of rules click below

      Medical Information

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      Directions and Venue

      The race starts and finishes at the Hartbeespoort Holiday Resort. 


      Entry Information

      1. Start Times and Cut-Offs

      START TIMESUltra : 06:0021km : 06:00
      CUT-OFFSUltra : 13:0021km : 09:00
      PRIZE GIVINGUltra : 12:1521km : 10:30

      2. T-Shirts

      There will be a free commemorative T-Shirt for the first 600 people selecting the BUS Service.
      For other entrants, the T-Shirt will be available to purchase online with their entry at a cost of R210.
      Every endeavour is made to cater for sizes, however these cannot be guaranteed.
      Should there be any remaining T-Shirts, these will be sold at number collection

      3. Race Numbers

      Runners will receive TWO race numbers
      All runners must wear the official race numbers on the front and back of their vest. Race numbers cannot be exchanged other than through the official substitution process. 
      Neglecting to adhere to these rules will lead to disqualification. 
      No race numbers are to be pinned on running shorts.

      4. Club Colours / Running Gear

      Any member of a registered running club wishing to compete as part of their club team for prizes must wear the full registered club colours of the club shown on their entry form.

      5. Temporary licenses

      Temporary licenses are only available for runners in the 21km. Where purchased as part of the race entry, these will be issued at number collection and must be worn along with and under the race number such that the upper branding of ASA is visible

      6. Misuse of Numbers

      Runners MAY NOT TRANSFER their race numbers to other runners. Such action not only provides mis-representation of results, but may also have serious consequences and endanger life in medical situations. Any runner who is found guilty of breaking this rule will be banned from this race for 1 year in addition to them being disqualified from the current year. The runner’s information will also be forwarded to their club and provincial body with an option of further discipline.

      7. Age Category Tags

      Age category tags will form part of the official printed race number. 
      Proof of age may be requested at race number collection, and or by the race referee upon race day.

      8. Refreshment Stations

      Eighteen well equipped refreshment stations are provided along the 50km route and six in the half marathon, which will ensure that every runners needs are adequately catered for. In the Ultra (50km) refreshments stations are approximately 3km apart up to the halfway mark and 2km thereafter. In the half marathon the tables are at approximately 3km intervals throughout.Drinking water will be provided throughout the race in 100ml plastic sachets (Booster Bags), while Coca-Cola will be served in paper cups.In addition, potatoes, bananas, chocolate, jelly sweets and other ‘morale lifters’ will be available at some stations.Runners are reminded that the race is run in an environmentally sensitive area, and that it is vital for road running as a sport to be responsible for the waste created by provision of refreshment points. ASA rules exist whereby runners can be disqualified for littering. ‘Drop’ zones will be provided after each refreshment point and runners are required to make use of this area for any waste OR to carry it to the next such point roughly 3km further on the route.
      NOTE: Runners are requested to assist in this process by reminding and encouraging their fellow runners to take responsibility for littering. A runner may report another runner failing to abide by these race rules. Such reports may be given to the Race Referee or the Technical Information Centre at the finish venue.

      9. Mobile Seconding

      The NO MOBILE SECONDING rule will be strictly enforced. No seconds may drive, cycle or run alongside any athlete on the route. The STAND AND HAND rule, whereby a runner’s second may stand at any refreshment station on the route and hand refreshments to their athlete while they remain stationary, will apply. 
      No seconds may travel on the route. All on route seconding must be in place prior to the arrival of the first runner and will be required to stay in that location until the last runner and sweep vehicle has passed. 
      The race referees will deal with any transgression of this rule and the penalty may include disqualification.

      Race Pack Collection

      PostNet Selection

      If you selected PostNet optin when entering then your race pack will be sent to the selected PostNet around the beginning of March for collection. Uncollected packs will NOT be sent to the race venue and will be forfeited.


      Bus Service

      If you selected the Bus Service then your race pack will be ready for you at the bus departure point on the morning of the race.


      Remaining Packs : Hartbeespoort Marathon Club

      Runners to Bring

      Number Confirmation EmailProof of Entry (Digital version is fine)ChampionChipID / Drivers license

      Race Pack Contents

      Race Bibs + pinsTemporary license (if purchased)ChampionChip (if purchased / hired)T-Shirt (if purchased)

      Can't Collect?

      No problem, please completed the collection authorisation letter and provide the necessary collection documents.

      50Km Route

      PLEASE NOTE : ROUTES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
      RACE ROUTE DESCRIPTIONThe start is in the road at the entrance to Hartbeespoort Holiday resort in a south-easterly direction on the R513. After approximately 3,5km runners will turn left onto the R104 main road towards Scott street, passing under the Arc de Triomphe and crossing the Dam wall. Then you will be taken on a scenic loop through the suburbs of Schoemansville and Ifafi and alongside the water front to pass the windmill at Meerhof. Be sure to look out for the children of Meerhof School, one of our official charities, who will be handing out traditional ‘melktert’ to the runners. From there its onwards and upwards on the R511 main road to tackle at around 16km, the infamous Saartjies Neck which is the first of the significant hills. On the other (down) side of Saartjies Neck the route turns right crossing the N4 toll road and right again before continuing straight onto the R104 past Pelindaba towards Broederstroom where the R104 joins the R512. The local municipalities and road traffic authorities have undertaken to restrict and close these roads for the 2020 race. The route continues on the R512 towards Pecanwood Golf and Country estate. After a while, still on the R512, the route will go right across the westerly point of the dam and right again towards Commando neck, the second of the significant hills at around 42,5 kilometers. Once over the hill the route goes onto the R513 at Damdoryn and back to the finish at Hartbeespoort Holiday resort. Although the route drops quite considerably from Damdoryn for the first kilometer, there is a sting in the tail with 2.5km to go, but the final km is both easy and well supported to take you to earn your medal.

      21Km Route

      PLEASE NOTE : ROUTES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
      RACE ROUTE DESCRIPTIONThe half marathon begins at the same venue and follows the same route as the 50km to cross the dam wall and climb up Scott Street to drop down Marais street. The 21km then runs around the suburbs of Hartbeespoort and provides good views of the dam and waterfront. The climb back to Scott street is around 3km in length, but then its predominately down or gentle inclines to re-cross the Dam wall and back to Damdoryn. As with the 50km there is the sting in the tail around 2.5km to go, but the 21km shares the same final down into the resort and the 300m to the finish line.

      Contenders

      For Elite and Good For Age Athletes

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      All Runners have the option of applying at the time of entry to be considered as Contenders for either the 50km or the 21km races.

      If a runner has achieved, and can prove that they have obtained, a time faster than the times indicated for age and gender in the following table, they can apply to be a contender.

      The use of the “Contender” status ensures all competitive runners get a fair chance at winning, while allowing the remaining participants to focus on their own race and finishes. Mat to Mat time will be provided for all non-contenders.

      Runners must secure an entry first. Applications should be made online with proof of performance to be supplied if required.

      Runners apply to be contenders, by submitting application and proof to show they are better (either in last 6 months – or in the previous year’s Om Die Dam in the same distance race that they are applying for) than time for their age group.

      A runner who moved up their age group between the Om Die Dam races must have qualified in that new age group in the previous year’s Om Die Dam of the same distance.

      In accordance with IAAF and ASA rules, applications for Contender status will ONLY be accepted
      - A) directly from the athlete,
      - B) The athlete’s registered Athlete Representative (AR) who must be listed on either the ASA or IAAF web site as a qualified AR,
      - C) the athlete’s provincial or national federation,
      - D) in the case of juniors in the 21km, the parent or Guardian of the athlete.
      No other person may request or negotiate on the athlete’s behalf.

      To be accepted for contender status, the runner must provide ALL data requested and be willing to be subjected to any Anti-Doping testing prior to or after the race event if required by SAIDS.

      All contenders will be required, if selected, to undertake to abide by all rules of IAAF, ASA, ANWN and all Race Rules. This includes adherence to the IAAF advertising rules and regulations.

      Applications for Contender status will be rejected should the athlete fail to provide acceptable information / responses to requested data and entry details. ( for example: first name, family name, date of birth, age on race day, Gender, ID number (passport for foreign), nationality, mobile number, e-mail address, postal address, physical address, signed waiver, (guardian if necessary), visa and clearance letter if required for foreign, athletics club if any, an undertaking to be accessible for drug testing before and after event if required by WADA, and any other details required for the administration of the race, medical aid number Medical aid company, emergency contact number.) The purpose of this is to be able to be 100% sure of the results for the race from the chip timing on day of race.
      The actual information will be set by the race requirements each year.

      The contender application and acceptance close on 31 January 2019, or when the entry cap is reached, with no exceptions irrespective of the athlete’s status.
      The list of contenders will be shown on the web site and any person who wishes to protest against a runner’s eligibility (IAAF rule 146.1) has 7 days to do so, (i.e. 7 February 2020) and the organisers have 14 days to get clarity and resolve.

      If accepted as a Contender, the runner will be provided with special numbers and passes and will register at a separate table at number collection.
      Contenders will be given a separate instruction sheet on how the start will work, where to line up, and all other instructions.
      Contenders will have access to
      - a) a dedicated warm up area,
      - b) an area at the finish where the contenders can leave their bags etc and meet after the race, with some refreshments and snack.
      The warm up and contender line up area will be used as a “Call Room” where Technical Officials will scrutinise the kit, advertising and numbers of the athletes.
      ALL contender results up in the contender’s area and this allows them to make any appeal / protest in terms of IAAF rule 146.2.
      Any Protest must be made within 30 minutes of the results being posted at this point.
      All awards and contender times will be displayed on Gun to Mat time only.

      NOTE: Irrespective of the Athlete’s Status, No Late Applications for the contender status will be accepted AFTER 31 January 2020. Any deviation of this will be at the Race Directors discretion and will no appeal will be entertained.
      Prize-Giving
      The prize-giving for the half marathon is at 09:30.The prize-giving for the Ultra Marathon is at 12:15.All Contenders are advised to be in the ‘Contender’ finish area 30 minutes prior to prize giving in order to ascertain if they are an award winner.All award winners must be in the area 10 minutes prior to the Prize giving time.The IAAF advertising rules and regulations apply to prize giving and for athlete’s own media and personal recognition, hats will NOT be permitted on the stage.
      ADVERTISING
      No identification of sponsors of individual athletes may appear on advertising inside the competition area. Advertising tattoos or any advertising marks on any part of the body is illegal.
      The only persons that will be allowed into the finish line area (100m prior to the finish line through to the runner exit point) are official finishing runners and accredited race officials / medics.
      There is a 20 meter ‘no go’ area before and after the finish gantry, such that broadcast and photo media have a clean view of the finish.
      Appropriate fenced areas will be provided for accredited media, photographers and Contender’s AR after the finish line. There will be no meet and greet inside the finish area.
      NOTE
      The Om Die Dam 50km is an IAU label event, recognized Internationally and IAAF advertising rules apply to all competing for prizes or gaining ‘Contender Status’ (see Contenders above)
      The running kit of all contenders must comply with both IAAF Advertising regulations and the advertising rules of ASA.

      Substitutions

      1. Substitution window

      At this stage no provision has been made for substitutions and it is not guaranteed that substitutions will be available. Athletes are urged to secure their entries well in advance.

      2. Running in another person's number

      It is against the rules to run in another persons number. IF the event does provide a substitution process, then this will be the only method whereby an entry can be transferred. Contravention of this rule will lead to no result, disqualification and possible further sanctions by event, club and province. This may include a 2 year ban from Om Die Dam.



      Medical Advice & Tips

      Medical advice is that runners should drink approximately 100 ml of fluid (one sachet) every 15 minutes.

      It may thus not be necessary for faster runners to drink at every station, as the dangers of over-hydration can be as severe, or more severe as those of dehydration. Gauge your drinking requirements on the time taken between water points.

      Runners should modify their fluid intake to suit weather conditions on the day and should not experiment with new drinks on race day.

      Medical Tent & Assistance

      Minor Aches Pains, Grazes and Muscle injuries.

      There are a team of physiotherapists and first aiders to soothe those aching muscles at the Physio tent at the finish. Please feel free to visit the tent and have a welcome massage after your finish.

      Medical

      More Serious Medical Matters:

      A Medical Tent will be available at the venue next to the finish. There is a full support team on hand to deal with any emergency that may occur.

      A mobile crew is patrolling the route to deal with any major problems, supported by response vehicles, pickup vehicles and radio marshals to monitor your progress during the race.

      In the event of a problem on the route, you will be assisted. The Race Emergency number will be given in final instructions. This will go direct to the Emergency Centre from which the mobile units which will be dispatched to attend to the incident.

      In addition, there are radio communications at every water point along the route – you may use these to make contact with the emergency centre.

      Prior to the race:

      Please complete your medical information on the back of your race number to assist medical personnel in case of an emergency. We have vehicles that patrol the route to assist those who are unable to complete the race and ensure they are returned to the finish safely.



      Speak to you Doctor

      If in any doubt about your health, consult your personal doctor before the race.

      If you have had influenza or Diarrhoea in the week before the race, PLEASE visit your doctor or the race doctor before running.

      Painkillers are NOT available during the race, for your own safety. Analgesics such as Panado/Nurofen can cause serious complications such as dehydration and can even lead to renal failure. We recommend you do not take any painkillers prior to or during the race, for your own safety.

      Don’t take a chance with your health!

      Avoid discomfort by putting plasters on nipples, and Vaseline on areas that chafe BEFORE the race.

      Venue And Directions

      ADDRESSHartbeespoort Holiday Resort5, Old Rustenburg Road,Hartbeespoort, Brits, 0250
      GOOGLE MAPS : https://goo.gl/maps/UjYcEjMpQbpHJXKn7
      GPSLatitude: S 25°, 44', 2.243"Longitude: E 27°, 52', 9.41"
      VENUE CONTACT DETAILS (NOTE THIS IS NOT THE RACE OFFICE!)Tel: (012) 200 9902/3Tel: (012) 253 2539/0394 Tel: 076 707 4825
      www.hartbeespoortoord-resort.co.za
      DIRECTIONSPARTICIPANTS SHOULD PLAN TO LEAVE EARLY, AS A GENERAL RULE AIM TO BE IN HARTIES BY 4:30AM
      Please don't rely on on your GPS's preferred route as you may en up on closed roads. Please utilise one of the following routes to the venue
      Suggested route from Pretoria and CenturionThe preferred route for participants (from anywhere in Pretoria and Centurion, excluding Pretoria-west and Atteridgeville) is the N1 north towards Polokwane. Just north of Pretoria at Doornpoort take the N4 Rustenburg freeway, take the R511 off-ramp towards Hartbeespoort/Brits, turn left on the R511 towards Hartbeespoort and at the SASOL garage turn right on the R513 and follow to Hartbeespoort Holiday Resort.
      From Pretoria-west and Atteridgeville take the N4 Church street extension west towards Hartbeespoort. Turn right towards Hartbeespoort and follow the R511 over Saartjies Nek and continue through Hartbeespoort. At the TOTAL garage turn right and follow the R511 over Silkaats Nek towards Brits. At the SASOL garage turn left at the R513 and follow it to Hartbeespoort Holiday resort.
      However, from other areas we recommend the N4 Rustenburg freeway since this will avoid travelling through Hartbeespoort.
      Suggested route from Johannesburg (Midrand, Jhb South, East Rand etc.)Take the N1 or R21 north towards Pretoria. North of Pretoria take the N4 Rustenburg freeway and follow the directions from Pretoria above.
      Suggested route from Johannesburg (West Rand, Fourways, Roodepoort, Krugersdorp etc.)Take the N1 Western bypass. Take the Malibongwe off-ramp and follow the R512 past Lanseria. At Broederstroom turn right towards Pelindaba and follow the R511 over Saartjies Nek and continue through Hartbeespoort. At the TOTAL garage turn right and follow the R511 over Silkaatsnek towards Brits. At the SASOL garage turn left at the R513 and follow it to Hartbeespoort Holiday resort. Take note, the road at Damdoryn will be closed and you will not be able to access the venue. Therefore make sure to turn right at Broederstroom and pass on the eastern-side of the dam.
      Alternatively, road work son the R511 Diepsloot road have been completed and is also available. Follow the directions above from Saartjiesnek.
      TOG BAG FACILITYRunners can make use of the Tog Bag Area that will be available at the start. Runners must ensure that their bags are labelled with their names on the label provided at the tog bag area. Every care will be taken to ensure that the bags are safeguarded. However, runners are advised not to leave expensive or valuable items in their bags, as the organisers cannot accept responsibility for any losses.
      CLUB TENTSSpace will be provided for Club Tents at the finish venue, Hartbeespoort Holiday Resort. Details for when tents can be set up will be communicated closer to race day. To apply for an allocation of a club tent site please call 066-470 3481.

      Rules and Timing

      RACE RULES1. The race is run under the rules of the IAAF, Athletics South Africa (ASA) and Athletics North-West North (ANWN) 2. By entering the race each athlete accepts the responsibility to know and abide by these rules and the rules of the race.3. ALL Races are timed by CHAMPIONCHIP therefore NO CHIP - NO RESULTS - NO PRIZES.4. Athletes indemnify national, regional, provincial bodies, sponsors and organisers against any action due to participation in the race.5. Runners participate at their own risk.6. All athletes must wear the race numbers provided on the front and back of their vests.7. Licensed athletes, belonging to a club affiliated to ASA must:     - wear their club colours; and     - wear 2019 ASA license number on their vest with the top branded section visible both front and back.8. Unlicensed athletes must buy a temporary license for the 21km and wear the temporary license on the back of their vests. The top of the temporary license must be visible above the race number.9. Age category identity tags form part of the race number which must be worn on the back and front of athletes' vests in order to be considered for category prizes.10. Unlicensed runners on the 21km must wear plain garments.11. Foreign/International athletes not belonging to a club affiliated to ASA need to purchase a temporary license and wear the temporary license on the back of their vests. The top of the temporary license must be visible above the race number.12. Foreign athletes must have a clearance letter as per IAAF and ASA rules.13. In order to win an age award proof of age must be produced on the day.Minimum age for participants in the event: - 50km - no younger than 20 on the day of the race - 21km - no younger than 16 on the day of the race14. No bicycles are allowed along the route.15. Athletes may not participate with pets.16. All traffic officers and officials’ instructions must be obeyed.17. No refund of race entry fees.18. The race organizer retains the right to refuse entry and eject persons under the influence of drugs or alcohol, who are disorderly, or engage in inappropriate behaviour, vandalism or evade paying for admission.18. No earphones are allowed during the race.19. Late Runners: The start of the 50km will be closed 15 minutes after the official start time and any runner later than this will be required to report to the start of the 21km where their numbers will be noted and amended so they can run in the 21km event. However, runners who run in the incorrect distances are not eligible for prizes.Any runner who starts the race distance later than 15 minutes and does not follow this rule will be disqualified and not provided with a time or any race handout.20. ALL prizes are based on gun to mat times but all runners will be provided with mat to mat timing as additional information and for Comrades seeding purposes21. 50km Cut-off times: Runners who have not reached the following marks in the times specified will not be allowed to continue:                   - 25km at 3 hours 40 min (09:40)                   - 42,2km at 6 hours 5 minutes (12:05)                   - 50km at 7 hours (13:00)22. If you do not reach the cut-off points within the required time, you will be asked to retire from the Race and leave the road. YOU MAY NOT CONTINUE RUNNING.Transport will be provided at all the cut-off points to take the runners back to the Finish.23. Athletes who fail to obey the race officials will be subject to disciplinary action and may be banned from participation in the Om die Dam Ultra Marathon in future.24. Runners who do not qualify as contenders will also be seeded on the basis of times submitted and a voluntary block seeding. Their times will also be provided as mat to mat and from a safety and courtesy viewpoint they are encouraged to have patience in crossing the start mats, as all qualification times commence at the mat.Contenders and Seeding:25. All runners who wish to compete for ANY award in ANY of the races must apply to be a contender and will be required to provide qualifying times at the time of entry. Contenders and Prize winners are only eligible for a prize if all information is filled in on their race entry and they are wearing their ChampionChip.26. Any non-seeded runner found in the seeding section of the start in ANY race will be disqualified from the race27. Pacing of seeding / contender runners, as defined in the IAAF and ASA rules is prohibited and will be monitored and the rules applied throughout all race distances.28. The table provided details out the minimum criteria required based on age and gender for application as a contender.29. Contenders will be sent specific final instructions not later than 10 days prior to the race and will have a specific area at start and finish.30. Application for contender status will close with entries.31. The results of all seeded / contenders will be available live on the internet and a hard copy posted at the finish as soon as possible after the race and this will be announced. Runners then have 30 minutes in which to make a protest or appeal in accordance with IAAF rule 146.2 otherwise the results will be used for prize giving.32.In accordance with International standards team managers or supporters will NOT be allowed to enter the start or finish areas of the race. A section will be provided at the end of the race after the finish line for family, athletes representatives, managers, or team support to be able to see their seeded athletes cross the line and greet them.
      CHAMPIONCHIP TIMINGThis event is being timed using the ChampionChip system and therefore you are required to run with a ChampionChip to participate in the event and get an official result.
      To ensure that you are accurately recorded in the Race Results it is important that your ChampionChip is correctly registered in your name with your correct details.
      To be accepted as a Contender (see above) it is a condition that the athlete         A) owns their own Championchip,         B) visits the Championchip web site and confirms that all data including names, age, date of birth, club, 2019 license number, gender and chip number are correct. Any discrepencies must be reported to Championchip and the race organizer by 31 January 2020
      If you do not currently have a ChampionChip or want to verify that it is correctly registered, this can be done on the internet at www.championchip.co.za or by contacting ChampionChip Africa on 0861 100 963.
      Your ChampionChip MUST be correctly attached to your shoe laces.
      (For correct attachment instructions please visit www.championchip.co.za. No corrections or manual updates will be done due to incorrect use of the ChampionChip or by not abiding by the race rules.)
      No Chip, No Result, No Prize.

      Results

      Please click on year to see complete results

      Click on Profile to see YOUR results history (Ultra Only)

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      Prize Money

      Category

      Place

      Ultra Marathon

      Half Marathon

      Category
      Overall
      Overall
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR15,000

        Half MarathonR3,000

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR7,500

        Half MarathonR1,500

      • Place3rd

        Ultra MarathonR5,000

        Half MarathonR1,000

      • Place4th

        Ultra MarathonR2,500

        Half MarathonR750

      • Place5th

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR500

      Overall
      Overall
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR15,000

        Half MarathonR3,000

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR7,500

        Half MarathonR1,500

      • Place3rd

        Ultra MarathonR5,000

        Half MarathonR1,000

      • Place4th

        Ultra MarathonR2,500

        Half MarathonR750

      • Place5th

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR500

      Category
      40 - 49
      40 - 49
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR2,000

        Half MarathonR500

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR300

      40 - 49
      40 - 49
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR2,000

        Half MarathonR500

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR300

      Category
      50 - 59
      50 - 59
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR500

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR500

        Half MarathonR300

      50 - 59
      50 - 59
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR500

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR500

        Half MarathonR300

      Category
      60 - 69
      60 - 69
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR500

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR500

        Half Marathon

      60 - 69
      60 - 69
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR500

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR500

        Half Marathon

      Category
      70+
      70+
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR500

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR500

        Half Marathon

      70+
      70+
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half MarathonR500

      • Place2nd

        Ultra MarathonR500

        Half Marathon

      Category
      Teams
      Teams
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half Marathon

      Teams
      Teams
      • Place1st

        Ultra MarathonR1,000

        Half Marathon