The Cell C Day of Races is about finding your fit, whether you’re a runner, boxer or slack liner this race is for you! We all enjoy the sport of fitness so find your fit by choosing your wave a start time for your 5km loop through the city. We’re not aiming for first places we’re aiming for PB’s but most importantly we’re heading for fun! Dress up or dress down, dress to your wave or dress like a clown, whatever you do make sure you follow us on social media, share your experience and stand a chance to WIN a wonderful array of prizes.
I understand that by entering the event I will be added to the event communication database to receive communication about the event and other events.
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CAN I ONLY ENTER ONLINE?
The ways of entering will be listed when ready.
WHAT IS THE MINIMUM AGE LIMIT?
You need to be 9 years old to participate
CAN WHEELCHAIR ATHLETES TAKE PART?
Yes they can!
IF I BELONG TO A RUNNING CLUB, DO I NEED TO WEAR MY CLUB KIT AND ASA LICENCE NUMBER?
Nope, you do not need too, but you are welcome to!
THERE’S A PROBLEM WITH MY ENTRY, WHAT DO I DO?
Contact the Race Office on 082 991 0045 or firstname.lastname@example.org or via our social media platforms.
WHERE DO I COLLECT MY RACE NUMBER AND EVENT T‐SHIRT?
9 June 2017, Cell C Campus, Cnr of Maxwell Dr. & Pretoria Main Rd, Buccleuh, 10h30 -18h00
10 June, Roosevelt High School 10h00 -16h00.
Green Point A Track, 22 April 2017, 08h30-16h00.
Participants can also collect their race pack on the day of the JHB or CT event.
Participant will collect: • 1 x race number and timing chip
ENTRIES ARE CLOSED
Both events are done for 2017.
CAN I DO A SUBSTITUTION?
If your friend, colleague or family member can no longer run, you can do a substitution at RACE PACK COLLECTION.
I CAN’T FIND MY TIMING CHIP – WHERE IS IT?
Your timing chip is attached to your race number – inside the foam pieces on the back of your race number. Please don’t tamper with the foam or bend or crumple your race number as this will affect the timing chip and you might not get a recorded time.
IS THERE A CUT OFF FOR THE RUN?
There is no cut off time and walkers are welcome to take part.
WHAT DO I BRING ON EVENT DAY?
• Make sure you have your race number attached to you event tee!
• Appropriate running/walking attire or fancy dress.
CAN I LISTEN TO MUSIC WHEN I RUN?
We recommend that you don’t run with music for the following reasons:
• You won’t be able to soak up the atmosphere of the race.
• You won’t hear the commentators or announcements at the start.
• There is traffic on the road that you are running on and you won’t hear it.
• Sometimes marshals or referees will need to direct you and you won’t be able to hear them.
WHERE CAN I FIND MY RESULTS?
Results will be posted here, on the website.
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“Our mission is both to create awareness and grow the South African Bone Marrow Registry to help those patients that have been diagnosed with leukaemia and are in need of a transplant,” says Adi Phillips, The Sunflower Fund Regional Manager: Western Cape. “We are excited to join forces with the Cell C Day Of Races. This partnership is sure to enhance the reach of our campaign. We expect to have between 1000 – 1200 runners participating in support of The Sunflower Fund. Runners will be able to purchase our funky Sunflower Fund TOPES (tube of Hope) on the day. The funds raised from the sales of Topes will be used to pay for donors to join the registry. We look forward to an exciting day out and can’t wait to meet new people and make new friends.”
The Unogwaja Challenge commemorates Phil Masterton-Smith’s feat of 1933 by establishing a unique biathlon in South Africa where participants cycle from Cape Town to Pietermaritzburg in ten days and then run the Comrades Marathon the next day with a significant emphasis on raising funds for chosen charities. To ensure the event “grows” within the spirit of how it began we invite athletes from around the world to join the challenge each year.
The Unogwaja is not just a race from Cape Town to Pietermaritzburg; it is a journey of inspiration, fun and togetherness born out of one man’s determination and spirit to follow his heart and participate in the Comrades Marathon.
Founded in 2011, the Unogwaja Challenge has raised over R4 000 000 for charity.
The Unogwaja Charitable Trust was founded in 2015 to align the special message of Unogwaja with our collective charity vision and mission. This vision can be broadly described under “education” but at its core is the willingness to support, enable and empower those people in our country who have not given up hope and who are already doing their best to make it better for themselves and the people around them, regardless of their circumstances.
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