All entrants must be 9 years of age or older on race day, or be accompanied by an adult.
One refreshment station will be provided at about 2.5 km.
The race starts at 07H15 on the off-road to Pollok Beach. The route goes along the cycle path and sidewalk to McArthur Baths, then returns to Pollok Beach and into the finish area.
There are no clothing restrictions for the fun run.
Race numbers must be attached to vest or T-Shirt and be visible at all times.
Cut-off time is 1 hour 15 minutes, i.e. 08H30.
All fun runners will receive a medal.
General Race Info
ONLINE ENTRIES available at www.easyreg.co.za. Online entries close at midnight on Monday, 28th January, 2019. PLEASE NOTE: LIMITED ENTRIES ARE AVAILABLE.
The race committee reserves the right to accept or reject any entry.
Local entries may be handed in at Brian Bands, Action Sports, Up and Running. The closing date for pre-entries is Wednesday, 6 February, 2019, at 14H00.
Registration and late entry for all races from 13h00 to 19h00 on Friday, 8 February, 2019, at the Summerstrand Surf Lifesaving Club (SSLC), Pollok Beach,
For the 50km Ultra Marathon: Registration and late entry only from 04H00 on race day at the SSLC.
For the 21.1km Half Marathon: Registration and late entry only from 05H00 on race day at the SSLC.
For the 5 km Family Road Run: Registration and late entry only from 06H00 on race day at the SSLC.
Rules for the 50km Bay Ultra Marathon and 21.1km Half Marathon:
Licensed runners must run in official club colours
Foreign athletes participating in the 50km Bay Ultra Marathon must strictly observe IAAF Rule 4. In order to participate in the event, they require written approval (a permit) from their National Federations. In a case where a foreign athlete is entered through a South African athletics club, it is the responsibility of the club to assist the athlete in securing the permit, and to hand it over to the race organizers before the event takes place. Event organizers reserve the right to reject the entry of foreign athletes who violate IAAF Rule 4 and ASA Rule 9. This approval should be produced on collection of race entry packs.
Athletes participating in the 50km Bay Ultra Marathon must be licensed members of a club affiliated to ASA
Athletes participating in the 21.1km Half Marathon and who are not licensed members of a Club affiliated to ASA, must purchase a temporary licence
Age category tags must be worn on the front and back of the vest to qualify for category prizes (e.g. 35/40/45/50/55/60/65/70). 21.1km runners using a temporary licence must produce proof of age on race day to qualify for category prizes.
The wearing of earphones or headsets is prohibited and will lead to disqualification.
Athletes must abide to the anti-littering rules. Refuse bins will be placed up to 500m after the water stations. Please discard all litter (sachets/bottles/cups/other) into the bins provided and not beyond the designated points. Disposing litter outside the demarcated zone may result in disqualification.
There will be two prize-givings. The first at 10h00 will involve the winners of the 21.1km and the second at 11H30 will be for the 50km winners. There will be lucky draw prizes at both prize-givings. These lucky draw prizes will be available to all entrants on an attendance basis - to be eligible, the tear-off lucky draw slip on the race number must be completed and deposited in the correct designated box in the Body Concept Road Warrior’s gazebo at the finish.
Cool drink and food stalls will be available at the finish venue.
Registered athletes are covered by a group personal accident insurance scheme. Details may be obtained from your club / province. Temporary athletes are not covered by the ASA insurance scheme and are therefore urged to join an affiliated club.
Runners indemnify National, Provincial and Regional Bodies, Sponsors and Organisers against all or any actions of whatever nature arising out of
participating in these events.
The start and end of all events will be at Pollok Beach – see route map. Unless otherwise instructed, athletes are required to stay on the right hand side of the
road, facing traffic.
Traffic officials and marshals must be obeyed at all times.