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  • Om die Dam Old Mutual Om Die Dam is the largest inland ultra-marathon in South Africa, It attracts over 7 000 participants and is consistently voted as one of the top races of the year. The race will take place 19 March 2016.
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Om die Dam Marathon

Old Mutual Om die Dam is the largest inland ultra-marathon in South Africa, offering a 50km ultra marathon, a 21km half-marathon, a 10km route and a 5km fun run. It attracts over 7 000 participants.

Due to its scenic route – via the Haartebeespoort Dam – and family appeal, the race is consistently voted as one of the top national races.

The Old Mutual Om Die Dam Marathon will take place on 19 March 2016. Entry cut-off date for 50km and 21km(tbc).


Village Mall Shopping Centre
c/o Tielman Street & R511, Hartbeespoort
GPS Coordinates: S 25° 43.830’ – E 27° 53.1

More details can be found here.

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