TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2012
Hammer Nutrition talk at New Balance Headquarters, Prime Park, Mocke Road, Diep River. – SEE FLYER ATTACHED HERETO.
WEDNESDAY 29 FEBRUARY 2012
BRONWYN’S FAMOUS INFORMAL “KLOOF NEK” TRAIL RUN
17h15 start from the car park at The Saddle on Tafelberg Road. About 2.5km past the Lower Cable Station heading towards Devil’s Peak. About 8 or 9km at a medium pace.
CRAG TRAIL RUN
Leader: Christo Steyn
Date: Wednesday 29 February 2012
Time: ready to start running at 17h45 sharp
Location: Silvermine North
Route description: A Route with a View. We follow Ou Kaapse Weg for a short stretch before turning right into the north-western section of Silvermine. We cross the stream, turn left at the T-junction and right onto a sandy path. Then it's a gradual climb along the Steenberg Plateau until we eventually reach what used to be the Noordhoek Fire Lookout. The return path consists of bits of the Old Wagon Trail and one or two interconnecting paths. Sunset is at 19h23.
Duration and distance: approx 100 mins, 12 km
Walkers: Andrea Pulfrich will lead walkers on a BRISK walk, leaving from the same place at the same time, for the same approximate duration. Walkers are advised to bring the appropriate equipment (see below).
— 95 % runnable
— pack run
Starting point: We meet off Ou Kaapse Weg at the entrance to the north-western section of Silvermine Nature Reserve. (Google Maps link: http://tinyurl.com/38ooplp)
Directions: Approaching from the north (city): Take the M3 Blue Route out of town to the very end of the freeway (Westlake); at the traffic light, turn right into Steenberg Rd and after about 2 km head left up the M64 Ou Kaapse Weg. At the top of the pass turn right at the viewpoint/reservoir entrance to the reserve. Park outside the boom, which is locked at 19h00. Approaching from the south (Fish Hoek): take Ou Kaapse Weg to the very top and turn left into the entrance.
— valid Wildcard/Green Card
— water/energy drink/munchies
— foul weather gear, if required (long-range forecast predicts sunny skies, no rain, 18 °C, wind SE 30 km/h)
— personal medication (if required)
— something for rehydration after the run
— warmer/dryer clothing for the rehydrate session
Car guards: 29 Feb: Sally Brimble & Dave Spencer
THURSDAY 1 MARCH 2012
CELTICS SUMMER TRAIL RUN
This Thursday 1st March we meet at Newlands Forest for the Contour Path run to start at 17h45.
Meet in the parking area at the Newlands forest Parks Board office / helipad / firebase (the parking area is the main parking area off the M3 – 700 metres north of the big M3 / Blue Route intersection with Rhodes Drive / Newlands Avenue, and about 1.2kms south of the southern end of UCT).
We head up and left into Newlands Forest, initially following uphill jeep tracks for the first 2 km’s, before we reach a rusted sign pointing to “Contour Path”. We head up this attractive path which includes some steps and which will lead us up to the contour path. We then turn right heading along the contour path all the way to the turn-style below the blockhouse. As we reach the turn-style, we turn sharp right and head down a single track path, which after about 800 metres links up with the jeep track. This heads steadily down into Newlands Forest again, and back to the start.
Some characteristics of this run:
- The first 2.5 km’s are mainly steady uphill, with some steps, but all on great quality running surface.
- Once we reach the contour path, there are some technical rocky and stony sections along the contour path, particularly over the first km of this section. But most of it thereafter is 3-4kms of easy level running all the way to the turn-style below the blockhouse.
- When we turn down from the turn-style, the initial 800 meter downhill section is uneven and technical – ankle-roll territory – so watch your footing here and walk if you need to.
- The rest is easy flowing; smooth running downhill to the finish.
Difficulty grading: 7.5/10
Distance is ±9 km’s.
NB: PLEASE ALL DO YOUR BEST TO STAY IN YOUR GROUPS – MOST PARTICULARLY DO NOT RUN AHEAD OF YOUR GROUP LEADER. If you are new to the runs and unsure of the pace of the various groups, then rather run with a slower group initially. Thanks
CRAG STELLENBOSCH / SOMERSET WEST TRAIL RUN
No details yet.
OTHER GREAT RUNS AND UPCOMING EVENTS
LAKES OFF-ROAD FESTIVAL – PINE LAKE MARINE – 3 / 4 MARCH 2012
We would like to invite you to the Lakes Off Road Festival, taking place over the weekend of 3 - 4 March 2012 at Pine Lake Marina (www.pinelakemarina.co.za )
There are many Events to choose from:
Saturday 3 March -
Mountain Bike race (20/50km) organised by Cycleworx Bikes of Sedgefield
Guppy Canoe race (5/10km) organised by New Balance Multisport Club
Open water Swim race (500m/2km) organised by SWD Aquatics
Mole Rat Night Trail Run (5/10km) organised by Southern Cross Adventures
Sunday 4 March -
Off Road Triathlons - swim or canoe; mountain bike & off road run
Competitors can compete as Solo racers or in Relay Teams
Various distances to choose from: ultra or sprint
Also: development race & junior dash
Medals; spot prizes and other incentives from our Sponsors.
Attached: Lakes Event Poster
YouTube promo of Event: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PhdW_jq2hY
For detail Info and online Entries, please go to: www.trisport.co.za
Please forward this mail to your network of interested friends & family -
Hope to see you there!
Glentana, Garden Route
Fax: 086 725 6191
Cell: 082 445 2365
JONKERSHOEK CHALLENGE AND HELDERBERG MOUNTAIN CHALLENGE - Entries are OPEN! Entries are limited so get yours in now!
The Jonkershoek and Helderberg Mountain Challenge
For more information on each event and to enter, check out the event websites:
Not sure if there are any entries still available. Owen, please could you let me know? - Tim
THE BOSCHENDAL LION’S HEAD 17KM TRAIL RUN, 7KM FUN RUN AND MARKET DAY – 10 MARCH 2012
(if you want the official flyer, entry form, indemnity etc please email Petro Mostert at firstname.lastname@example.org . Sorry, they were just too large to attach)
10 MARCH 2012
HOW TO GET THERE:
Follow Kloofnek Road towards Camps Bay and close to the top turn right into Quarry Hill Road. At the T-junction turn left and then first right into De Hoop Avenue. The sports field is on the left. For secure parking turn right into Varsity Road (R10 per car).
2011 was the inaugural run of this annual event.
It is a medium-difficulty run, but with some steep inclines and declines.
No showers are available after the race.
Because the event takes place in the Table Mountain Nature Reserve (TMNP), participants must adhere to TMNP rules and regulations, which will be explained at the
compulsory race briefing.
The sports field borders onto Signal Hill and the entire race will take place in theTable Mountain National Park, a Natural World Heritage Site. A single track leads the way through the pine forest at the start. Near the Noon Gun participants will follow a steep jeep track with spectacular views of the harbour and the City of Cape Town. The track then takes runners across Signal Hill road to a refreshment station on the saddle of Signal Hill. The trail now ascends the contour path left around Lions Head all the way to the top. On your way down a marshall will show you where to descend towards Signal Hill [3Peaks route]. Runners will pass the refreshment station a second time before descending via the jeep track after crossing Signal Hill Road. You will return via a contour path through the pine forest to the finish on the sports field [the spot where you receive an ice cold beer!]
Duration: +- 2,5 hours
There will be a water, Coke and REHIDRAT at the refreshment station that runners will pass twice. You can also refill your water bottle here.
Cost: R100. We encourage companies/organisations/groups to patricipate in team colours. For each nine entries submitted together, a team will receive one free entry.
Prize giving: Prize giving will be at 9:30am. The first three runners will be eligible for prizes. All competitors will receive a refreshment at the finish. There will also be a lucky draw with some great prizes.
THE TRAIL SHOP
- For Sale: REDUCED PRICE - 1 pair of size 11 Inov8 Mud Rock Trail Running Shoes. Brand New. Never been worn! R700 price negotiable. Contact Joseph Beattie on
082 532 1500 or email@example.com.
Picture available but it is a 4MB attachment.
- Outeniqua Trail
Outeniqua Hiking Trail -four spots available. Leave 29th Sept and spend the first night at the last hut at Harkerville. Hike starts 30th Sept ends 5th Oct back at the Harkerville Hut. Will stay the night of the 5th in that hut. Details at http://www.trailinfo.co.za/hiking/outeniqua/index.html . I am leaving out the cost as I thought I understood what Sue was talking about but looking over the emails now I am completely confused. But if you are interested, please contact Sue Bracher directly on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
Tim Bellairs (Sir)
acsis VOB Trail Running
Cell: 082 321-0299
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