Edenvale Marathon 2020
Edenvale Rand Road Warriors are proud to present the Edenvale Marathon on Sunday, 8 March 2020.
Edenvale Marathon giving back to the community:
Rainbows and Smiles
The Fun Run proceeds will be donated to Rainbows and Smiles Trust, a Non-Profit Organization, supporting children with cancer. Rainbows and Smiles is dedicated to providing emotional, social and financial support to children with cancer as well as their families. Rainbows and Smiles promote awareness of early warning signs of child cancer. To improve the survival rates more children need to be diagnosed in the early stages.
Further proceeds from the Edenvale Marathon will be put back into the Edenvale Community by donations to different Charities and NPO’s. Three of the charities are:
The Edenvale SPCA provides assistance, care and kindness to many animals in need in the Edenvale area. There is no funding from government and there is a reliance on the generosity of the public to continue with the work done. Their intention is to rescue, care for and find homes for as many animals as possible.
Edenvale Community Policing Forum is a crime fighting body that has been put in place to create a smooth liaison between the residence of Edenvale and the SAPS. Edenvale Marathon donates funds towards the CPF Crime Prevention Camera Project. The cameras assist in making Edenvale a safer place for residence to live in. They assist in the identifying of suspicious activity and cars, as well as hi-jacking and follow home crimes.
Edenvale Scout Troops
There are various Scout Troops in the Edenvale area which we donate to. Scouts are the biggest youth organisation in the country. Scouting changes lives and helps children and young adults to reach their full potential. Leadership, teamwork, self-motivation, commitment, perseverance, environmental and cultural awareness and strong values are just a few of the life skills Scouts are taught.
All 42km results will automatically be sent to Comrades as a potential qualifying time. Qualifying times will be calculated on a mat to mat basis. The Edenvale Marathon is the final qualifier for the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon. The race has a Contenders system and Contenders need to register online. Prizes are only awarded on gun to mat times.
Please ensure that you read the Race Rules page and make yourself aware of all race rules.
42.2km Marathon Starts : 06:00
21.1km Half-Marathon Starts : 06:00
10km Starts : 06:30
5km Fun Run Starts : 06:30
Online Entry Only:
Free t-shirt to the first 2000 online entries only
Entries Open: 1 December 2019
Entries Close Date: Midnight 2 March 2020
Entries will also be available from 1 December 2019 until 2 March 2020 at the following stores:
- Sweat Shop – Bedfordview
- Run-A-Way Sports – Pretoria
Race Number Collection will be at Edenvale High School on the following days:
- Friday 6 March 2020 from 15h00 – 18h00
- Saturday 7 March 2020 from 10h00 – 15h00
- Sunday 8 March 2020 from 04h00 – 05h30
Limited to 7000 Entries
Late entries: Only available if 7000 has not been reached.
Off road parking at Dowerglen High School can be purchased online for R30. Limited to 750 parkings.
Street and additional parking is available at your own discretion. You are parking and leaving your vehicle at your own risk. Please lock all doors and windows after removing any property of valuables from front of the vehicle. The Edenvale Marathon nor its association will in any event, be liable for loss or damage to your vehicle or property.
Coach Parry is the official coaching partner for the Edenvale Marathon.
CLICK HERE for information on the Edenvale Marathon Training Plan.