Peninsula Virtual Marathon & Half-Marathon on July 4-11, Presented by Coca Cola Peninsula Beverages

Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages presents the Peninsula Virtual Marathon and Half-Marathon with chosen beneficiary Amy Foundation Formerly The Amy Biehl Foundation.
The Cape Peninsula Marathon and Half-Marathon is a well-established event on the race calendar and traditionally takes place annually in February. This year, however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Celtic Harriers the host club in partnership with Top Events the promoters of the event, have decided to postpone the physical running of the 2021 “Peninsula.”
The event will now take place virtually on the 4 – 11 July, presented by the long-standing partner and sponsor Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages.
ALL entrants will receive a quality technical fabric branded t-shirt when they enter either the marathon or the half marathon. The entry fee is R235 and entries open on Saturday 20 March 2021.
Entries are open to runners all over South Africa, with entrants being able to personally collect their t-shirt at various Sportsmans Warehouse stores throughout the country. Be sure to enter early to secure an entry and t-shirt for your race!
Visit the Top Events website on www.topevents.co.za for a list of the 10 Sportsmans Warehouse stores Nationally, where t-shirts can be sent for collection, at no additional cost to entrants.
Local entrants in the Cape have a choice of 4 Sportsmans Warehouse stores where they can collect their t-shirt on 3 July 2021.
Visit www.topevents.co.za for more information and to secure your entry for the Peninsula Virtual Marathon, Half-Marathon and 10km.
All 2021 Virtual Peninsula Marathon and Half Marathon persons who have entered this year’s event will be given a preferential early entry option to get into the physical / actual 2022 event scheduled for mid-February next year – so enter this year’s Virtual Event and be assured of being one of those that are given the first option for a race entry in 2022.

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