The Lester Mills Memorial Night Race takes place on 14 September 2016 at 18:30 at the University of Pretoria Sports Campus.
Grand Masters: Half price (only on race day)
Great Grand Masters and Blind
runners: Free (only on race day)
Temporary License: R30
1. By participating in the event all athletes indemnify the organisers and sponsors of any liability claims
and participate at their own risk.
2. All participants must wear a valid 2016 licence number on the front and back of their vest. Non-registered athletes
have to purchase a temporary licence. No licence required for the 5km. Walkers competing for prize money must
wear WALKER/W tags on the front and back of their vest.
3. The race will take place under the rules of ASA, AGN and IAAF and all participants must wear club colours
during the race, except if participating with a temporary licence.
4. Marshals and traffic officials must be obeyed at all times.
5. Refreshments and foodstuff on sale.
6. Minimum age of 14 years on day of race for 10km.
7. Athletes competing for the category prizes must wear official age category ID (front and back upper vest).
Proof of age for prize winners will be required and to be presented to referees before
prize giving. Prizes will be withheld until confirmed.
8. No iPods or listening devices allowed. No seconding is allowed.
9. Foreign athletes must observe IAAF rule 4 paragraph 2.
1. Both races will start promptly at 18h30.
2. Registration starts at 16h30.
3. Distance markers every 1km.
4. Water points approximately every 3km.
5. Refreshments for sale.
6. The route is not suitable for wheelchair athletes.
7. No unauthorized selling of goods will be allowed on the hpc/ sports grounds.
8. No pets allowed.
9. Cut off 90 min.
10. Please allow adequate time to cover distance from parking to entry/start.
11. Please dispose of water sachets only at water points or in bins provided.
12. Prize Giving will be approximately 20h00.
13. Medical support will be present on race day.
14. For more information contact Jet Moses at 072 259 4282 / Prof. Spies at 082 821 6952.
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