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2019-03-28 06:01
The ninth annual Slave Route Challenge returns to Cape Town on Sunday 31 March.

The ninth annual Slave Route Challenge returns to Cape Town on Sunday 31 March.

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The public is invited to take part in the ninth annual Slave Route Challenge taking place on Sunday 31 March.

The multi-distance challenge is divided into four different races followed by various other activities.

The iconic Slave Route Challenge will see thousands of runners and walkers standing in Darling Street outside the balcony of the City Hall ready to take off.

Each entrant will receive a race number which will allow one free entry into the Castle of Good Hope and the District Six Museum. Entry to the two facilities will only be valid for the month of April.

Registration and collection of race numbers will take place at the Castle of Good Hope on Friday 29 March from 10:00 to 20:00 and again on Saturday 30 March from 10:00 to 17:00.

The first race is the 21.1km half marathon starting at 06:45, followed by the 10km run and the 10km Big Walk at 07:15 and the last two races being the 5km Fun Run and 5km walk at 07:25.

The half marathon and 10km entrants will each receive delicious koesisters at the Koesister Hill in the Bo-Kaap area.

All entrants will receive a cool drink and a commemorative medal at the end of the race. Entertainment, as well as the lucky draw and prize giving, will follow at 09:00.V For more information on the Slave Route Challengecall 082 066 3353 or visit www.slaveroute.co.za

The public is invited to take part in the ninth annual Slave Route Challenge taking place on Sunday 31 March.

The multi-distance challenge is divided into four different races followed by various other activities.

The iconic Slave Route Challenge will see thousands of runners and walkers standing in Darling Street outside the balcony of the City Hall ready to take off.

Each entrant will receive a race number which will allow one free entry into the Castle of Good Hope and the District Six Museum. Entry to the two facilities will only be valid for the month of April.

Registration and collection of race numbers will take place at the Castle of Good Hope on Friday 29 March from 10:00 to 20:00 and again on Saturday 30 March from 10:00 to 17:00.

The first race is the 21.1km half marathon starting at 06:45, followed by the 10km run and the 10km Big Walk at 07:15 and the last two races being the 5km Fun Run and 5km walk at 07:25.

The half marathon and 10km entrants will each receive delicious koesisters at the Koesister Hill in the Bo-Kaap area.

All entrants will receive a cool drink and a commemorative medal at the end of the race. Entertainment, as well as the lucky draw and prize giving, will follow at 09:00.V For more information on the Slave Route Challengecall 082 066 3353 or visit www.slaveroute.co.za

The public is invited to take part in the ninth annual Slave Route Challenge taking place on Sunday 31 March.

The multi-distance challenge is divided into four different races followed by various other activities.

The iconic Slave Route Challenge will see thousands of runners and walkers standing in Darling Street outside the balcony of the City Hall ready to take off.

Each entrant will receive a race number which will allow one free entry into the Castle of Good Hope and the District Six Museum.

Entry to the two facilities will only be valid for the month of April.Registration and collection of race numbers will take place at the Castle of Good Hope on Friday 29 March from 10:00 to 20:00 and again on Saturday 30 March from 10:00 to 17:00.

The first race is the 21.1km half marathon starting at 06:45, followed by the 10km run and the 10km Big Walk at 07:15 and the last two races being the 5km Fun Run and 5km walk at 07:25.

The half marathon and 10km entrants will each receive delicious koesisters at the Koesister Hill in the Bo-Kaap area.

All entrants will receive a cool drink and a commemorative medal at the end of the race. Entertainment, as well as the lucky draw and prize giving, will follow at 09:00.V For more information on the Slave Route Challengecall 082 066 3353 or visit www.slaveroute.co.za

The public is invited to take part in the ninth annual Slave Route Challenge taking place on Sunday 31 March.

The multi-distance challenge is divided into four different races followed by various other activities.

The iconic Slave Route Challenge will see thousands of runners and walkers standing in Darling Street outside the balcony of the City Hall ready to take off.Each entrant will receive a race number which will allow one free entry into the Castle of Good Hope and the District Six Museum. Entry to the two facilities will only be valid for the month of April.Registration and collection of race numbers will take place at the Castle of Good Hope on Friday 29 March from 10:00 to 20:00 and again on Saturday 30 March from 10:00 to 17:00.

The first race is the 21.1km half marathon starting at 06:45, followed by the 10km run and the 10km Big Walk at 07:15 and the last two races being the 5km Fun Run and 5km walk at 07:25.

The half marathon and 10km entrants will each receive delicious koesisters at the Koesister Hill in the Bo-Kaap area.

All entrants will receive a cool drink and a commemorative medal at the end of the race. Entertainment, as well as the lucky draw and prize giving, will follow at 09:00.V For more information on the Slave Route Challengecall 082 066 3353 or visit www.slaveroute.co.za

Members of the public are invited to take part in the 9th annual Slave Route Challenge which will take place on Sunday 31 March.

The multi-distance challenge will be divided into four different races followed various other activities after the challenge.

The iconic Slave Route Challenge will see thousands of runners and walkers standing in Darling Street outside the balcony of the City Hall ready to take off.

Each entrant will receive a race number which will allow one free entry into the Castle of Good Hope and the District Six Museum valid for the month of April only.

Registration and collection of race numbers will take place at the Castle of Good Hope on Friday from 10:00 to 20:00 and again on Saturday from 10:00 to 17:00.

The first race is the 21.1km half marathon starting at 06:45, followed by the 10km run and the 10km Big Walk at 07:15 and the last two races being the 5km Fun Run and 5km walk at 07:25.

The half marathon and 10km entrants will each receive delicious koesisters in the Bo-Kaap area.

All entrants will receive a cool drink and a commemorative medal at the end of the race.

Entertainment, as well as the lucky draw and prize giving, will follow at 09:00.V For more information visit www.slaveroute.co.za or call 082 066 3353

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