Totalsports Womens Race Cape Town – 2018

August 9, 2018

August 9, 2018

8:00 To 10:30

Grand Parade, Cape Town

5km - R80 , 10km - R120 , Temp. License - R20


Event Description

The Totalsports Women’s Race (Cape Town) takes place 9 August 2018 from the Grand Parade, Cape Town.  This a fun running event that includes 5km & 10km distances.

Run for more than a personal best. Run for the thousands of women who are, have and will be affected by breast cancer. Enter the Totalsports Women’s Race to help raise awareness of prevention and treatment. #RunUnited.

5km  Run/Walk– R80 , 10km Licensed – R120, 10km Unlicensed – R155

Venue: Grand Parade, Cape Town

Start Time: 10km – 08h00; 5km – 08h10
Pre-entries Close: Tuesday, 24 July 2018
Discipline: Road Running
  • Exclusive fitted Tee to all entrants
  • Exclusive Finisher Buff
  • Entertaining route with refreshment points
  • Timing Chip – 10km ONLY
  • Live performance
Race Pack Pick Up Venue: Cape Town City Hall, Cape Town
Race Pack Pick Up Date & Time: 
Tuesday, 7 August 2018 ( 12h00-19h00)
Wednesday, 8 August 2018 (09h00 -17h00)


Still Water Sport

How to Register?

Online entry at Still Water Sports

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