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).
NEW VENUE & NEW ROUTE
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.
July 30, 2015
With just over 240 days to go until the 2016 Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon kicks off, our preparations are well underway and we look forward to welcome you on 25 and 26 March 2016.
Some important notes:
- Entries Open: Entry dates for our 2016 events will be announced at the end of August.
- Ultra Qualifiers: If you're planning to run the OMTOM Ultra next year, remember that you may already…
July 25, 2015
Lucky Mohale lead home a quality field in the ASA 21km Championships held in Port Elizabeth on Saturday morning in a time of 62 minutes 6 seconds, with Lebo Phalula taking the women’s title in one hour 11 minutes 54 seconds.
With perfect timing the overnight rain abated to provide ideal conditions that saw Mohale take the race by the scruff of the neck and open a 30 metre lead with…
July 23, 2015
SOWETO MARATHON - NOVEMBER 1
TRAINING SCHEDULES START 31 JULY 2015
The Soweto Marathon Trust (SMT) confirmed that the organisation of the 2015 Soweto Marathon is well underway.
It will be hosted at Nasrec Expo Centre on 1 November 2015, and promises to be even bigger and better than last year’s successful event.
”The Soweto marathon is definitely on and fully supported, as always, by the Provincial Athletics Authority and Central Gauteng Athletics (CGA),” said Mr…
June 01, 2015
NO - this will not continue to next year -- but here is a wrap of all results :-)
Comrades winner Caroline Wostmann woke on Monday still waiting for it to fully sink in that she os the 2015 Comrades winner and toast of South Africa.
“I have moments when I think I am dreaming and then realise – oh my word I won Comrades,” said Wostmann who will take the next…