RACE INFO & RULES

SPAR Women’s Challenge, Pretoria
Date: 5 August 2017
Venue: Centurion SuperSport Park
Time: 14H00 (Be there early to ensure a parking spot)
GPS Co-ordinates: S25 51’29.2’ E28 11’44.2’’

  • The race consists of a 5km and 10km walk or run route which begins and ends at SuperSport Park stadium in Centurion.
  • Entries are limited to 25 000 participants.
  • You can enter at a selected SPAR STORE or ONLINE. An admin fee will be applicable for online entries.
  • Pre-entries at SPAR stores and online entries will close on 23 July 2017 at 20h00.
  • Entries will still be open at SuperSport Park from 31 July 2017 – 4 August 2017 between 10h00 and 18h00 (if available).
  • NO ENTRIES WILL BE ALLOWED ON RACE DAY.
  • T-SHIRTS ARE ONE SIZE FIT ALL.
  • NO REFUND WILL BE GIVEN FOR A LOST RACE NUMBER.
  • When you enter you will receive your race number, a t-shirt (one size fits all), foam peak cap and a copy of the My Race magazine.
  • If you have entered ONLINE please bring your proof of payment to collect your race number, t-shirt (one size fits all), foam peak cap and a copy of the My Race magazine at SuperSport Park in Centurion from 31 July 2017 – 4 August 2017 between 10h00 and 18h00 or on Race Day from 08h00 till 12h00. DO NOT COLLECT FROM SPAR STORES IF YOU HAVE ENTERED ONLINE.
  • Men are allowed to participate in the race, but will not be eligible for any prizes. They will however receive a goodie bag.
  • No GAS ‘braaiers’ , GLASS, ALCOHOL, COOL DRINK CANS or TINS will be allowed inside SuperSport Park (PLASTIC ONLY).
  • No selling of any goods will be permitted on Race Day.
  • There will be food and beverages for sale on Race Day.
  • There will be refreshment points at 2km intervals along the race route.
  • Goodie bags and medals are handed out on Race Day once you have crossed the finish line.
  • Medical support and tog bag facilities will be available.
  • Provision will be made for disabled participants.
  • End of day will be approximately at 18h00 on Saturday, 5 August 2017.
  • Results of the 10km race will be published on www.raceresults.co.za

  • The race is run in accordance with the rules of ASA and AGN.
  • International athletes must abide by the IAAF rule 4.2. which states that they must provide a clearance letter from the Athletics Federation of their country of origin to be eligible for a prize
  • All athletes must wear the race number on front of their running vests. Covering of the logos on the ASA Licence number is not allowed. Registered athletes must wear their 2017 licence numbers on the front and back. Non registered 10km athletes will have to register for a temporary license to enter the 10km race and wear those licenses at the back of their vest.
  • A Temporary License is not required for the 5km race. The Race number must be worn on the front of the vest in the 5km race.
  • All licensed athletes competing for age category prizes must display the official numerical age category tags on the front and the back of their vest so that it is clearly visible. Proof of age for prize winners will be required to be presented to referees before prize giving. Prizes will be withheld until age is confirmed.
  • Athletes competing for prizes in the Walkers race must wear the official “W” or “WALKER” insignia on the front and the back of their vest so that it is clearly visible.
  • International athletes must abide by the IAAF rule 4.2. which states that they must provide a clearance letter from the Athletics Federation of their country of origin to be eligible for a prize.
  • Men are allowed to participate in the race, but will not be eligible for any prizes. They will however receive a goodie bag.
  • Men finishing the 10km event during the period when the ladies category winners are being identified will be diverted into a separate finishing area.
  • Participants in the 10km must be 14 years and older.
  • Junior Athletes must not be older than 19 before 31 December 2017 and must be at least 14 years old on the day of the race.
  • No seconding is allowed.
  • No iPods, MP3 players or listening devices are allowed in the race.
  • No blade, bicycle or mechanically operated device will be allowed in the race.
  • No animals are allowed at the stadium or to take part in the race.
  • No GAS ‘braaiers’ , GLASS, ALCOHOL, COOL DRINK CANS or TINS will be allowed inside SuperSport Park (PLASTIC ONLY).
  • No selling of any goods will be permitted on Race Day.
  • Race organisers, sponsors and venue managers will not be responsible for any theft or damage of personal items, nor injury or death sustained during the race. Athletes participate at their own risk and indemnify the organisers, sponsors and national and provincial bodies against any claims that may arise.

All running clubs and companies are welcome to join us on Race Day. Book a stand for R4 000 (excludes R100,00 non-refundable signage fee) or enter 40 people and receive your stand FREE of charge. There will be spot prizes for the companies with the most spirit as well as some lucky draws.

To book your space on the field contact Gerda van Schalkwyk at isiGidi on info@isigidi.net

GENERAL RULES & INFORMATION:

  • Stand and corporate group entries can only be booked through the race office and NOT at a SPAR store.
  • A non-refundable signage payment applies.
  • SPAR provides the stand space (on grass). Companies are responsible for their own gazebo’s, chairs, tables, branding etc.
  • isiGidi can assist your company with branding if required. Contact Gerda van Schalkwyk on info@isigidi.net.
  • Companies are welcome to do giveaways.
  • Catering is your responsibility or you can order picnic baskets from isiGidi.
  • Food and beverages are for sale on Race Day or you can make use of the ‘braai’ facilities. We provide the fires.
  • No GAS ‘braaiers’ , GLASS, ALCOHOL, COOL DRINK CANS or TINS will be allowed inside SuperSport Park (PLASTIC ONLY).
  • No selling of goods is allowed on race day.
  • Stands are situated around the Cricket stadium and a map of your company’s location will be sent to you closer to Race Day.
  • Stand set-up takes place on the Friday prior to the race from 9h00 to 17h00.
  • Gates open at 8h00 on Saturday, 5 August 2017.
  • Set-up of your stand is your own responsibility and no set-up of stands will be allowed after 10h00 on Saturday, 5 August 2017.
  • Dismantling of your stand is your own responsibility and must take place after the race on Saturday.
  • End of day will be at approximately 18h00 on Saturday.
  • Companies are allowed to wear their company t-shirts on Race Day and men are allowed to enter the race.
  • You will receive a goodie bag and medal on completion of the race.
  • Provision has been made for disabled participants.

Free and safe supervision for children aged 3 to 12 Years. For 3 to 6 year olds, a stimulating and interesting programme is on offer. Great fun to be had with jumping castles, face painting and various characters. For 7 to 12 year olds, there will be an open play area. Qualified pre-primary school teachers will also keep an extra eye on the children.

The supervised kid’s corner is proudly sponsored by ATKV-Klein-Kariba. Visit their website for more information.

Facilities will be available for those who need to safely stow their tog bags and personal belongings. Look out for the well marked Tog Bag area on the field next to stage on Race Day. Our friendly staff will be there to assist you.

For more information contact Anna-Marie de Beer on 082 954 9628

A medical tent will be set up on the field on Race Day, with two qualified doctors and their staff. Emergency medical teams will be posted at the finish line as well as at the water points along the route. Ambulances will also be available at the stadium, on the 5km route and on the 10km route. Should you be injured in the course of the race, please report to the medical tent if possible or alert the nearest security or medical personnel. Physiotherapists will also be on duty in the medical tent providing sport massages to runners free of charge.

For more information, contact Christien van der Merwe on 083 458 0337

SPAR Women’s Challenge, Pretoria
Date: 5 August 2017
Venue: Centurion SuperSport Park
Time: 14H00 (Be there early to ensure a parking spot)
GPS Co-ordinates: S25 51’29.2’ E28 11’44.2’’

  • The race consists of a 5km and 10km walk or run route which begins and ends at SuperSport Park stadium in Centurion.
  • Entries are limited to 25 000 participants.
  • You can enter at a selected SPAR STORE or ONLINE. An admin fee will be applicable for online entries.
  • Pre-entries at SPAR stores and online entries will close on 23 July 2017 at 20h00.
  • Entries will still be open at SuperSport Park from 31 July 2017 – 4 August 2017 between 10h00 and 18h00 (if available).
  • NO ENTRIES WILL BE ALLOWED ON RACE DAY.
  • T-SHIRTS ARE ONE SIZE FIT ALL.
  • NO REFUND WILL BE GIVEN FOR A LOST RACE NUMBER.
  • When you enter you will receive your race number, a t-shirt (one size fits all), foam peak cap and a copy of the My Race magazine.
  • If you have entered ONLINE please bring your proof of payment to collect your race number, t-shirt (one size fits all), foam peak cap and a copy of the My Race magazine at SuperSport Park in Centurion from 31 July 2017 – 4 August 2017 between 10h00 and 18h00 or on race day from 08h00 to 12h00. DO NOT COLLECT FROM SPAR STORES IF YOU HAVE ENTERED ONLINE.
  • Men are allowed to participate in the race, but will not be eligible for any prizes. They will however receive a goodie bag.
  • No GAS ‘braaiers’ , GLASS, ALCOHOL, COOL DRINK CANS or TINS will be allowed inside SuperSport Park (PLASTIC ONLY).
  • No selling of any goods will be permitted on Race Day.
  • There will be food and beverages for sale on Race Day.
  • There will be refreshment points at 2km intervals along the race route.
  • Goodie bags and medals are handed out on Race Day once you have crossed the finish line.
  • Medical support and tog bag facilities will be available.
  • Provision will be made for disabled participants.
  • End of day will be approximately at 18h00 on Saturday, 5 August 2017.
  • Results of the 10km race will be published on www.raceresults.co.za
  • The race is run in accordance with the rules of ASA and AGN.
  • International athletes must abide by the IAAF rule 4.2. which states that they must provide a clearance letter from the Athletics Federation of their country of origin to be eligible for a prize
  • All athletes must wear the race number on front of their running vests. Covering of the logos on the ASA Licence number is not allowed. Registered athletes must wear their 2017 licence numbers on the front and back. Non registered 10km athletes will have to register for a temporary license to enter the 10km race and wear those licenses at the back of their vest.
  • A Temporary License is not required for the 5km race. The Race number must be worn on the front of the vest in the 5km race.
  • All licensed athletes competing for age category prizes must display the official numerical age category tags on the front and the back of their vest so that it is clearly visible. Proof of age for prize winners will be required to be presented to referees before prize giving. Prizes will be withheld until age is confirmed.
  • Athletes competing for prizes in the Walkers race must wear the official “W” or “WALKER” insignia on the front and the back of their vest so that it is clearly visible.
  • International athletes must abide by the IAAF rule 4.2. which states that they must provide a clearance letter from the Athletics Federation of their country of origin to be eligible for a prize.
  • Men are allowed to participate in the race, but will not be eligible for any prizes. They will however receive a goodie bag.
  • Men finishing the 10km event during the period when the ladies category winners are being identified will be diverted into a separate finishing area.
  • Participants in the 10km must be 14 years and older.
  • Junior Athletes must not be older than 19 before 31 December 2017 and must be at least 14 years old on the day of the race.
  • No seconding is allowed.
  • No iPods, MP3 players or listening devices are allowed in the race.
  • No blade, bicycle or mechanically operated device will be allowed in the race.
  • No animals are allowed at the stadium or to take part in the race.
  • No GAS ‘braaiers’ , GLASS, ALCOHOL, COOL DRINK CANS or TINS will be allowed inside SuperSport Park (PLASTIC ONLY).
  • No selling of any goods will be permitted on Race Day.
  • Race organisers, sponsors and venue managers will not be responsible for any theft or damage of personal items, nor injury or death sustained during the race. Athletes participate at their own risk and indemnify the organisers, sponsors and national and provincial bodies against any claims that may arise.

All running clubs and companies are welcome to join us on Race Day. Book a stand for R4 000 (excludes R100,00 non-refundable signage fee) or enter 40 people and receive your stand FREE of charge. There will be spot prizes for the companies with the most spirit as well as some lucky draws.

To book your space on the field contact Gerda van Schalkwyk at isiGidi on info@isigidi.net


GENERAL RULES & INFORMATION:

  • Stand and corporate group entries can only be booked through the race office and NOT at a SPAR store.
  • A non-refundable signage payment applies.
  • SPAR provides the stand space (on grass). Companies are responsible for their own gazebo’s, chairs, tables, branding etc.
  • isiGidi can assist your company with branding if required. Contact Gerda van Schalkwyk on info@isigidi.net.
  • Companies are welcome to do giveaways.
  • Catering is your responsibility or you can order picnic baskets from isiGidi.
  • Food and beverages are for sale on Race Day or you can make use of the ‘braai’ facilities. We provide the fires.
  • No GAS ‘braaiers’ , GLASS, ALCOHOL, COOL DRINK CANS or TINS will be allowed inside SuperSport Park (PLASTIC ONLY).
  • No selling of goods is allowed on race day.
  • Stands are situated around the Cricket stadium and a map of your company’s location will be sent to you closer to Race Day.
  • Stand set-up takes place on the Friday prior to the race from 9h00 to 17h00.
  • Gates open at 8h00 on Saturday, 5 August 2017.
  • Set-up of your stand is your own responsibility and no set-up of stands will be allowed after 10h00 on Saturday, 5 August 2017.
  • Dismantling of your stand is your own responsibility and must take place after the race on Saturday.
  • End of day will be at approximately 18h00 on Saturday.
  • Companies are allowed to wear their company t-shirts on Race Day and men are allowed to enter the race.
  • You will receive a goodie bag and medal on completion of the race.
  • Provision has been made for disabled participants.

Free and safe supervision for children aged 3 to 12 Years. For 3 – 6 year olds, a stimulating and interesting programme is on offer. Great fun to be had with jumping castles, face painting and various characters. For 7 – 12 year olds, there will be an open play area. Qualified pre-primary school teachers will also keep an extra eye on the children.

The supervised kid’s corner is proudly sponsored by ATKV-Klein-Kariba. Visit their website for more information.

Facilities will be available for those who need to safely stow their tog bags and personal belongings. Look out for the well marked Tog Bag area on the field next to stage on Race Day. Our friendly staff will be there to assist you.

For more information contact Anna-Marie de Beer on 082 954 9628

A medical tent will be set up on the field on Race Day, with two qualified doctors and their staff. Emergency medical teams will be posted at the finish line as well as at the water points along the route. Ambulances will also be available at the stadium, on the 5km route and on the 10km route. Should you be injured in the course of the race, please report to the medical tent if possible or alert the nearest security or medical personnel. Physiotherapists will also be on duty in the medical tent providing sport massages to runners free of charge.

For more information, contact Christien van der Merwe on 083 458 0337