For the first time ever, the Discovery Vitality Run Series is coming to Pretoria and Team Vitality runners get 50% cashback on all race entry fees.
Entries to the Vitality Run Series (VRS) in Pretoria will open soon with the most iconic races awaiting you in the Jacaranda City. If this is your first year to participate in a VRS event, welcome! We can't wait to paint Pretoria orange with you.
The VRS Pretoria kicks off in October with the CSIR Half Marathon, followed by the CSi Irene Farm Race, the BDS Road Race and ending on a high note with the Tom Jenkins Challenge in November.
The runs are open to everyone, whether you're running for fun or training to beat your personal best. With your choice of distance (5 km, 10 km and 21.1 km), not only will you enjoy running under the Jacaranda trees with friends and family, you'll also be rewarded with bonus Vitality points and a limited-edition medal at each race. Plus Team Vitality runners will get exclusive benefits such as VIP hospitality and 50% cashbacks on all VRS race entry fees.
Keen to know more? Here are all the race dates:
- CSIR Half Marathon and 10 km (19 October 2019): CSIR North Gate
- CSI Irene Farm Race (26 October 2019): Irene
- BDS Unlimited Road Race (2 November 2019): Karenpark
- Tom Jenkins Challenge (16 November 2019): Union Buildings
Entries for the series will open soon. Keep an eye on our Vitality Run Series page for full entry details.
See you on the road!
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