Get ready for Carletonville Half Marathon

The enthusiastic organiser of the Carletonville Half Marathon, Musa Zulu.

The third Carletonville Half Marathon is taking place next weekend and the interest in this event is bigger than ever.
The race will be held on Sunday, 11 March and, according to the organiser, Musa Zulu, who is a member of the Driefontein Marathon Club, more athletes have shown an interest than ever before.
‘We have almost reached 300 online entries alone, compared to the total of 320 entries last year. We have been distributing flyers at many other races, the last of which was a marathon in Eldorado Park last Sunday,’ he told the Herald on Tuesday.
In addition to a 21-km half marathon, runners can also choose to take part in a shorter 10-km run.
Those who are less fit can take part in the five-kilometre fun run to get some extra exercise.
The event will start and finish at the Carletonville Sports Complex.
All children younger than 16 years can enter the five-kilometre run for free. They must, however, be accompanied
by adults before and after the race.
All schools in the area have also been invited to enter teams of at least five runners, who can also participate free
of charge.
Online pre-entries can be done at while late entries can also be done on the morning of the
race, which starts at 07:00. Those who enter the 21- and 10-km races in advance will receive T-shirts. There will
also be prize money and medals for the winners.
People who want to know more about the half-marathon can visit

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