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Wits Department of Cardiology World Heart Day Fun Run-Walk

When: Saturday, 28 September 2019 - Saturday, 28 September 2019
Where: Bozzoli Sports Pavilion
Braamfontein Campus East
Start time:7:00
Enquiries:
Mpati: 063 976 1859 / 011 488 3611/ info.cardiology@wits.ac.za
 
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Mpati: 063 976 1859 / 011 488 3611/ info.cardiology@wits.ac.za

Cost: 8km: R114,00 5km: R57,00

The Wits Department of Cardiology at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital host their 2nd Annual Walk-Run on 28 September at Wits for World Heart Day.

The World Heart Day Walk and Fun Run kicks off from the Bozzoli Sports Complex, Braamfontein Campus East at 7am on Saturday, 28 September 2019.
 
Entry into the 5km costs R57 and the 8km, R114. Online entries close on 25 September. Later entries and collections can be done from 23-27 September or enter on Race Day from 7am at Wits.
 
Vitality and Multiply points up for grabs!
 
Wits Cardiology hosts its 2nd World Heart Day walk and fun run on 28 September at Wits
 
Further details below:
 
Entries:
Online EFT entries close on 25 September.
Late entries and collections of race numbers can be done from the 23th -27th September at the venue (9:00-17:00) or on Race day 7h00 at the venue.

T-shirts:
The first 3000 entries will receive T-shirts.
 
Disclaimer:  While we endeavor to supply you with your requested T-shirt size, no guarantee can be given to the size availability

Medals:

To all finishers

Route Information

1. No seconding permitted.
2. Regret, athletes will not be allowed to participate with pets.
3.  No ear plugged devices are allowed, excluding hearing aid devices. Runners who wear such devices in contra vention of IAAF rule 144.2b may face disqualification.
4.  Unfortunately, wheelchair athletes may not compete in this race due to the nature of the course. Neither may athletes make use of roller blades, skateboards, cycles, prams or other mechanically propelled devices.
5. Littering is not allowed. Athletes are to dispose of any litter in appropriate bins. Athletes can be disqualified if they litter.
6.  In accordance with ASA rules, there will be at least 3 water tables, not more than 4 kilometers apart.
7. All directions and instructions from traffic officers and marshals must be obeyed. Failure to do so may lead to disqualification.

General Information

Rules:
1. The race is run in accordance with the rules and constitution of ASA and CGA
2.  Athletes indemnify the National, Provincial and Regional bodies, sponsors and organizers of the race against any or all actions whatsoever nature, whatever the same may rise out of the participation in the race.
3.  All athletes participate at their own risk. Athletes acknowledge by entering the event that they are medically fit to participate. All athletes must supply the name and contact number of their next of kin on both the race number and entry form.
4. International athletes must provide a clearance letter (from their country of origin) to the organizers and chief referee prior to the start of the race. Prizes will be withheld if this rule is not adhered to.
5. Athletes who participate without buying a race entry will be disqualified, will not be entitled to any benefits associated with the race and will be liable for a double entry fee charge. Habitual ofienders (those who regularly participate without purchasing a race entry) will be called to a CGA disciplinary.
6. No athlete will be eligible for prizes if details are not completed on sticker or tear off strips and thus deemed to be a non-finisher.
7. Objections must be lodged within 30 minutes before or after prize-giving in writing to the chief referee accompanied by R300.00 which is refundable if the appeal is upheld.
8. Athletes indemnify the National, Provincial athletics bodies, the sponsors, organizers, beneficiaries and local authority against all and any damage or injury they may sustain in participating in the race.
9. Unfortunately, wheelchair athletes may not compete in this race due to the nature of the course. Neither may athletes make use of roller blades, skateboards, cycles, prams or other mechanically propelled devices.
10. All directions and instructions from traffic officers and marshals must be obeyed. Failure to do so may lead to disqualification.
11. In accordance with ASA rules, there will be at least 3 water tables, not more than 4 kilometers apart.
12.  No seconding permitted.
13. Regret, athletes will not be allowed to participate with pets.
14.  No ear plugged devices are allowed, excluding hearing aid devices. Runners who wear such devices in contra vention of IAAF rule 144.2b may face disqualification.
15. Foreign athletes must comply with ASA domicile rules.
16.  The race organizer retains the right to refuse entry and eject persons under the influence of drugs or alcohol, who are disorderly, or engage in inappropriate behaviour, vandalism or evade paying for admission.
17. Littering is not allowed. Athletes are to dispose of any litter in appropriate bins. Athletes can be disqualified if they litter.

Indemnity Disclaimer

All Participants agree to and hereby bind themselves to the following indemnity:

Athletes indemnify the National, Provincial and Regional bodies, sponsors and organizers of the race against any or all actions whatsoever nature, whatever the same may rise out of the participation in the race.
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