Lace up for SPAR women’s race

Nidhi Mahabir a learner at Durban Girls High School and Leah Mari, a learner at Crawford College La Lucia, limber up for the 29th SPAR Women’s 10/5km Challenge that takes place in Durban on June 24. PHOTO: Val Adamson
Nidhi Mahabir a learner at Durban Girls High School and Leah Mari, a learner at Crawford College La Lucia, limber up for the 29th SPAR Women’s 10/5km Challenge that takes place in Durban on June 24. PHOTO: Val Adamson

ENTRIES are now open for the Durban SPAR Women’s 10/5km Challenge, one of the most iconic women’s events on KZN’s sporting calendar. Bringing together women from all walks of life, the challenge takes place on Sunday, June 24 with its start in Masabalala Yengwa Avenue just outside the finish venue at the Jonsson Kings Park outer fields.

Now in its 29th year the race continues to appeal to participants of all ages and sporting levels. The 5km fun run/walk offers an opportunity for social runners and walkers to enjoy a relatively flat course, while the 10km, part of the national SPAR Grand Prix series, provides elite runners an opportunity to clock up points and move up the log with the overall cash prize of R185 000 in sight.

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Race T-shirts and goodie bags are given to all entrants, and after completing the race, participants receive a breakfast pack. Afterwards there is time to relax and enjoy good company and great music on stage and win some fabulous lucky draw prize.

Entries can be done online on www.sparwomensrace.co.za with both EFT and credit card payment options, or manually at  Hall 6, Durban Exhibition Centre, off Walnut Road on Thursday, 21 June 10am to 5pm,  Friday 22 June 10am to 5pm, and  Saturday, 23 June 10am to 3pm.

“We are capping the overall race numbers at 17 500 for ease of access to the venue and to ensure excess numbers don’t detract from one’s enjoyment of soaking up the great Durban winter weather and the views along the beachfront,” says Max Oliva, MD of SPAR KZN. “We look forward to once again welcoming so many amazing women who truly take advantage of the opportunity to achieve some lifestyle goals.”

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