Umgeni Water Marathon
Duke of York
Duke of York : Road and Trail run
The Duke of York 16 km is one of South Africa’s oldest road races.
In 1926 a floating trophy was donated by the Duke of York Lodge to the then Pietermaritzburg Athletic
and Cycling Club for the race and the first run took place in 1927.
The 16 km event takes place on district and farm roads.
All events start and finish at the Bishopstowe Hall in Pietermaritzburg and will take place on Sunday 7 October 2018.
There are also 1 kilometre and 5 kilometre fun runs which are both on scenic farm roads.
Directions to Bishopstowe Hall
The Duke of York Flyer
Map of start and finish and 16 km route
The 2018 Duke of York results
The 16km Duke of York - 7 am
All runners and walkers of 15 years or older are welcome to participate in the 16 km event.
The 16 km event is timed by FinishTime.
Please note that the first 600 finishers will receive a medal in the 16 km event.
The 5 km Duke of York - 7:15 am
All runners and walkers 9 years and older are welcome to participate in this event.
This event is not timed.
Please note that the first 200 finishers will receive a medal in the 5 km event.
The 1 km Duke of York - 7:20 am
Open to all children and parents - Entry not required - free.
Entry options for 5 and 16 km events:
1. On-line entries. Click on Duke of York Logo below to enter on-line.
Early bird entry fee for 16 km – R100 (includes on-line fees)
2. At the Collegians Club, 381 Boshoff Street, Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 12 noon.
Entries at this venue closed on 26 September.
Early bird entry fee for 16 km event – R100.
3.At the Bishopstowe Hall on Sunday 7 October.
16 km event from 5:30 to 6:30 am. Entry fee for 16 km event - R120.
5 km event from 5:30 to 7:15 am. Entry fee R40
|Click on logo for 16 km and 5 km on-line entries
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