The Brooklyn Half Marathon takes place on the 16th of September 2017 from Cnr Veale & Bronkhorst Streets, Brooklyn, Pretoria. Distance options: 5km fun run, 10km & 21.1km.

This is a very fast and flat race run through the Jacaranda-lined streets of Brooklyn and Waterkloof. Two Gauteng North records, those of the Senior Men and the Veteran Men, were broken on this route in 2001.

21.1km AGN Race Walk Championship
In Memory Of Andrew Greyling

Distance & Entry Fee
Pre Entries (Closing 11 Sep 2017):
21km – R 114
21km Walk – R 114
10km – R 91
5km Fun Run – R 45

Venue: Start & Finish: At Cnr Veale & Bronkhorst Streets
Start Time: 21km: 6.00am, 21km Walk: 5.55am, 10km: 6.00am, 5km: 6.10am

Race Day Entries & Online Collection: 16th September from 4h30 – 6h00

• The Entry Fee Is Not Refundable.

• Non-registered athletes in the 21.1km & 10km events must buy a temporary license at R35
• Free entry for 70+, blind runners & wheel chair athletes on race day only.
• First 100 online entries receive a free parking voucher

Additonal prize money & medals for category winners in the 21.1km AGN Race Walking Championship
Gold medals to all category winners in the 21.1km & 10km races
Silver medals to the first 100 runners and to the first 20 walkers in the 21.1km & 10km races
Bronze medals to the first 2700 finishers in the 21.1/10km & 5km fun run.
Proof of age must be produced if requested by the race referee.
No category tag, no prize money

Race Results: Will be published on

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