This week, we give you a sneak peek at upcoming events that you need to add to your racing calendar. Take a look at the events below and make your racing plans.
1. KPMG Durban Relay
The KPMG Durban Relay will be taking place on Saturday, 24 September 2016. This race is a fantastic initiative and is the perfect way to ignite team spirit and put teamwork into action whilst having fun. Running teams of four and walking teams of three will compete in male, female and mixed categories over a 5km flat course along the Umgeni River and the Durban Promenade. This is a great opportunity for corporates, universities, clubs, schools, family and friends to battle it out in order to claim bragging rights as the fastest team in Durban. Come and enjoy a festive atmosphere before, during and after the race with music, entertainment, food, beer and a supervised children's play area. All fitness levels and all ages welcome. Enter now.
3. Aucor Wanderers Road Race
This race is an absolute gem. Winding its way through the beautiful streets of Illovo and Killarney, the Aucor Wanderers Road Race has got something for everyone. Whether you are out to smash your 21km PB or just going for a good 10km or 5km jog, everyone is welcome. Bring the family along for a day of exercise as we cover the streets of Jozi in busy running bodies! Click below to find out more.
3. Dawn to Dusk 2016
Races like these are hard to find but when the Dawn to Dusk Circuit Race comes around, many people know about it. This race is a demanding and very challenging race for all who take part. With a 1km course that winds its way through the Akasia High School, runners must try and complete as many laps of the course as possible with 12 hours. Are you up for the challenge? The record distance for a team entry into this race is 152km. That means you’ll need to do 153 laps in order to break the race record. Will we see you there?
4. Randburg Harriers Street Mile
A street mile… What’s that? Well, bring yourself down to the Randburg Sports Complex as we introduce you to this exciting form of racing. The Randburg Harriers Street Mile challenges runners to run a 1.6km route as fast as they possibly can, however if this event does not appeal to you, you can always take part in the 10km challenge on the day. Click below to find out more about this exciting form of racing!
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