The lighthouse race starts at the Mouille Point Lighthouse in the direction of the V&A Waterfront. It then doubles back along the promenade toward Bantry Bay before returning to the finish at the Lighthouse.
Over 2000 runners are expected to complete the popular 10km run and collect this years medal. A refreshment tent and a live DJ will keep the spectators entertained as they cheer their loved ones along as the sun sets on the horizon.
Registration opens at 4:45pm on Wednesday, 2 March.
1. Race starts and finishes at the Mouille Point Lighthouse, Beach Rd, between the V&A Waterfront and Sea Point.
2. Participants must be 15 years or older on race day.
3. Licensed club members must wear their 2011 licence numbers on the front and back of their vest.
4 Unlicensed participants must purchase a Temporary Licence at registration and wear this on the front of their
5. In addition to overall (open) prizes, participants will only be eligible for an age category prize in the age
category they enter. Corresponding numerical age category (J, 40, 50, 60) tags must be worn on the front and
back of their club vest. Participants may enter the age category corresponding to their chronological age or
any younger category down to senior.
6 Juniors (born 1992 or later) will count towards open team prizes, provided they wear club colours and J tags.
7 Club colours must be worn to qualify for team prizes.
8. Traffic officials and marshals must be obeyed at all times, failing which disqualification may follow.
9. There will be 3 water points on the course and Coke at the finish.
10. Race entry cards to be worn and be visible for the duration of the race.
11. Registration from 16h45 on day of race only.
12. Temporary licensed participants are eligible for age category prizes provided they enter the relevant
age group, wear the appropriate age tags and provide proof of age.
13. Official cut off is 1 hour 30 minutes.
14. Prize giving will start at 19h45.
15. No personal seconding will be permitted except at official refreshement stations.
16. Each kilometre will be marked.
18. Athletes enter entirely at their own risk. The organisers and sponsors are not responsible for any
loss, damage or injury to participants.
19. Medals will be handed to the first 2000 finishers.
20. Tog bag facilities will be provided. Organisers will take reasonable care but will not be responsible
for any loss. Do not leave valuables in your bag.
21. Social walkers welcome, but due to the nature of the route, we regret no prams or wheelchairs are allowed.
22. Help us ensure that no litter ends up in the sea. Please use the bins provided or carry your empty sachets to