Lace-up for SPAR women’s race

Women of all ages and from all walks of life getting their “Super Hero” on ahead of this year’s Durban SPAR Women’s 10/5km is Maryam Leeuw, Melicia Benades, Nolwazi Magwaza, Amanda Jingela and Varetia Pillay. PHOTO: Val Adamson
Women of all ages and from all walks of life getting their “Super Hero” on ahead of this year’s Durban SPAR Women’s 10/5km is Maryam Leeuw, Melicia Benades, Nolwazi Magwaza, Amanda Jingela and Varetia Pillay. PHOTO: Val Adamson

ONLINE entries are now open for this year’s Durban SPAR Women’s 10/5km Challenge, which takes place on Sunday, June 11. The race, which is now in it’s 28th year, is a firm fixture on the KZN event calendar in KZN and annually draws a field of around 17 500 runners and walkers, along with countless supporters who come to enjoy the camaraderie and fun along the route and at the finish.

The theme for the challenge this year is ‘SHEroes’ celebrating the ‘Superhero’ status of women.

“Every woman has a unique story to tell about their own inner beauty, strength and determination. In short, every woman is a Super Hero in their own way,” says Max Oliva, managing director of SPAR KZN, “We look forward to welcoming these wonderful “SHEroes” to this year’s race where they can showcase their determination and collective energy in one of the most talked about, and certainly the most beautiful, running and walking events in town.”

Once again participants have an option of taking part in the more competitive 10km distance starting at 8am or can enjoy the shorter, half distance 5km at 9.30am.

Entries are limited to the first 17 500 ladies and can be done either online; by using the bulk entry process or at the race registration venue at the Durban Exhibition Centre three days prior to the event. A donation of R2 will be made per entry to this year’s official race charity CANSA Mkhuhla Care Home in Durban.

Entrants for the 10km challenge are required to be 14 years or older and for the 5km must be 9 years or older on the day of the competition.

  • Entry fees are R110 for a 10km non-licensed entrant, which will include a temp licence, R100 for a 10km licensed entrant and R100 for all 5km entrants.  For more information, visit www.sparwomensrace.co.za/durban
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