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Pretoria Military Marathon Club Initiative materialized through the support of marathoners and running enthusiasts, international race directors and volunteers who are determined to bring peace and goodwill to the world through the running. Stay fit and healthy with our programs. If you feel that you are ready to change your lifestyle, find inspiration and motivation, join our community!

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Running

route

The running routes are always planned beforehand to ensure that the distance is calculated correctly, as well as provide the accurate mapping to all our runners. We work to help you achieve your goals safely and comfortably. The directions are guaranteed to be exact and can be downloaded through your mobile device. You can easily share your routes on social media for fun!

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Exercising outdoors during the COVID pandemic.


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Event

schedule


main eventhalf marathonfun runrewarding & medals

5:00 am

preparation

All athletes must wear the race number on front of their running vest, covering of the logos on the ASA licence number is not allowed. Registered athletes must wear their 2020 licence number on the front and back

6:30 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon include running the whole distance and a run-walk strategy. 32 & 10km – 06h30, 5km fun run – 06h30 am.

10:00 am

cut off

Will be 10:00 AM for all distances runners.

5.00 am

warm-up

No animals allowed, no blade, bicycle or mechanically operated device will be allowed in the race. Manually operated wheelchairs are allowed.

6:30 am

start

Run the first 10 percent of the race slower than you normally would, with the idea that you’ll finish strong.

10:00 am

finish

Try to keep an even pace throughout the race, and save your extra energy for the final stretch to the finish.

5:00 am

stretching

First, triple-check what time your race starts. Plan to get to the race well before the start so you’ll have time to pick up your number (if you don’t already have it), use the bathroom, and warm up.

6:30 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon is that your best bet is to stay hydrated throughout the days leading up to the race.

10:00 am

finish

Running a marathon is one of the most satisfying accomplishments. To get a taste of that sweet satisfaction of crossing the finish line, you’ll have to put in some hard work, though.

10:00 am

cut off

To the first competitors who finishes within the cut-off times.

9:00 am

prize giving

Will be held at 8:00 for the 10km and 9:00 for the 21km or as soon as results are available

9:00 am

medals

To those who finishes within the cut-off times. The medals are gold for category winner 32Km, 10Km and first 5Km, silver 32Km, 10Km and 5Km. and bronze the rest

8.30 am

warm-up

Participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their gender and age.

9.00 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon include running the whole distance and a run-walk strategy.

1.00 pm

wrap-up

A goal many runners aim for is to break certain time barriers. For example, first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours.