Event Details for The Slave Route Challenge 2019:
- Date/s: - 31/03/2019
- Times: 6:45 am - 10:30 am
- Location: City Hall, Darling Street
- City: Cape Town
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A unique race with a heritage and historic significance. This event traces the ‘slave route’ and honours those who built Cape Town.
The Slave Route Challenge brings together people from all walks of life. The avid runner can enjoy a Half Marathon or a 10km Run and novices can enjoy the 10km Big Walk or the 5km Fun Run / Walk. It truly encapsulates the spirit of Ubunthu!
The Slave Route Challenge takes you from The City Hall through District 6, Gardens, Company Gardens, Wale Street, BoKaap, Sea Point (Cape Town Stadium), Green Point (Fort Wynyard), CBD and back down Darling Street into the Castle of Good Hope and the finish on the Grand Parade.
Runners and walkers are given the opportunity to run and walk in District Six and the BoKaap, to marvel at the beauty and cultural diversity of Cape Town, to experience the heritage sites, to run through the Castle of Good Hope, to appreciate our cultural diversity and to embrace other Capetonians.
Monies raised from the event, will go to the Mary Harding School, which provides vital educational assistance to young people who have mild to moderate mental impairment.
Half Marathon licensed – R130
Half marathon unlicensed – R190
10km run senior (age 20 upwards) licenced – R85
10km run senior (age 20 upwards) unlicensed – R125
10km run junior (age 19 and under) licenced – R65
10km run junior (age 19 and under) unlicensed – R90
10km Walk (all) – R50
5km Fun Run – R30
(Please note the half marathon and 10km run are the only timed events).
Closing date for entries: 17 March 2019
ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ON/AT:
Online at Webtickets
Manual entries at all Sportsman Warehouse outlets in Western Cape:
Canal Walk, Somerset West, West Coast Village, Rondebosch, Tokai, Tygervalley and Sea Point.