Route Maps & Profiles
At the time of entry, you will be requested to indicate if you will be traveling to the venue by car and whether you need a parking area and on this basis, you will be allocated a preferred parking location.
TOG BAG FACILITY
Runners can make use of the Tog Bag Area that will be available at the start. Runners must ensure that their bags are labeled with their names on the label provided at the tog bag area. Every care will be taken to ensure that the bags are safeguarded. However, runners are advised not to leave expensive or valuable items in their bags, as the organizers cannot accept responsibility for any losses.
The Om die Dam Ultra Marathon is the largest inland ultra-marathon in South Africa, offering a 50km ultra-marathon, and a 21km half-marathon.
The Om Die Dam is now in its 30th year and has a reputation for its scenic route, the high standard of organization, the timing in the buildup to both Comrades and the Two Oceans Marathons, and the ability to be used as a family weekend break.
This event is a qualifier for the Comrades Marathon.
Distance & Entry Fee
50km – Open R390 , Ages 60-69: R290 , Ages 70+: R250
50km (Non-South African) – R500
21.1km – Open R230, Ages 60-69: R190, Ages 70+: R150
T-shirts – 50km only (First 1000 entries)
Venue: Hartbeespoort Holiday Resort
50km – 06h00
21.1km – 06h45
Race Pack Collection
If you selected PostNet option when entering then your race pack will be sent to the selected PostNet around the beginning of March for collection. Uncollected packs will NOT be sent to the race venue and will be forfeited.
If you selected the Bus Service then your race pack will be ready for you at the bus departure point on the morning of the race.
Remaining Packs: Hartbeespoort Marathon Club
Cut Off Time:
50km – 7 hours
21.1km – 3 hours
50km – 20 yrs
21.1km – 16 yrs
50km – 12:15
21.1km – 10:30
Hartbeespoort Marathon Club
How to Enter?
Online entry at Championchip website
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