Body Concept Road Warriors has a long history of success in the local running community. They pride themselves on being an all inclusive road running club, but embrace the interest in other running disciplines. Although the Road Warriors have some excellent league results, the base of their club consists of social runners looking to achieve personal success within the bounds of their supportive club structure.
The Celtic Harriers Club is the 4th oldest running club in the Western Cape and proud of its history and tradition. The club is based at Brookside in Claremont (Cape Town). Celtics is the founder of the Cape’s biggest race, the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon. It also organises the Peninsula Marathon and the Don Lock Memorial Road Race. The club is synonymous with Western Cape athletics and many top athletes have worn its famous green and white hoops. The Club caters for ALL runners, from beginners to the elite, walkers and road runners as well as trail runners.
Central Gauteng Maters Athletics aims to support and improve masters athletics in Central Gauteng. Masters athletics is open to all masters athletes (35+ men and women internationally). However, provision is made for sub-masters from age 30+ for men and women to compete in all provincial, national and regional championships. Masters athletics is organised and adjudicated in five-year age categories, eg. 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, right up to 90's plus! We offer participation and coaching for athletes 30 years + to 90 years +
Durbanville Athletics Club was established 30 years ago and is now the largest running club in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town and one of the largest in the Western Cape. The club is based at the Durbanville Sports Club in Sport Way opposite the Durbanville Golf Club and share premises with the Durbanville Cricket and Hockey Clubs. The club caters for long and short distance road running, beginner groups ("Penguins"), cross-country, trail running and many of our members participate in biathlon, duathlon, triathlon and iron man events.
Welcome to Edgemead Runners, one of the largest and most spirited clubs in the province! Edgemead Runners Club offers organized training programs for all levels of runners as well as time trials that are held every Tuesday evening. Training runs are organised to prepare for larger events. The club web site has a database which keeps records of all members' races and performances plus keeping you abreast of social events. For a club that offers fitness and friendship and mutual support, you have come to the right place!
Greenstone Hill Running Club serves runners from all walks of life. The club is based at StoneRidge Virgin Active in Edenvale, Gauteng. Services offered include hill repeat training, speedwork, group runs from 12km to 5km and advice and fellowship for runners aiming to beat their best.
Hoërskool Randburg Athletics Club was designed and shaped for the school, but is open to all athletes. We accommodate any age group an we cater for all types of running. Our main focus is on club athletics, cross country and road running.
HBH was started by a group of runners in the late 1980s. They liked the idea of standing out from the crowd at races and allowing spectators to pick them out with ease. Today, the hot pink shorts and white with turquoise tops are instantly recognizable throughout the province and beyond. Over the years, HBH has grown to become a strong road and trail running group with a presence and helping hand in many local events
Road, Cross Country, Track& Field, Walking, Trail,
K-Way VOB Running Club was founded in 1977 by former UCT graduates. It originally became known as, Varsity Old Boys Running Club or VOB, for short. The Club has long and illustrious history dating back to these early days. One of our original premier runners, Eric Bateman, has the distinction of being the actual 'Running Man' depicted in the Club logo. K-Way VOB Running Club is the largest running club in the Western Province area.
Club MSM meets at Small Bay or at the Big Bay Lifesaving Centre at Eden on the Bay. The club is affiliated with the Western Province Triathlon Association as well as Western Province Athletics. It has members ranging from those just starting out on the exciting journey to becoming a multi-sport athlete to senior athletes involved in sprint, Olympic distance and Ironman distance triathlons.
The Old Eds Athletics Club is a sub-club of the Old Edwardian Society which has a long sporting history in several sporting codes. The Athletics club itself also has a proud history in road running and several members have achieved great success in road running in the past. We have reciprocity and take part in several events together other clubs in the area, namely, Chamber, Pirates, Varsity Kudus and Wanderers.
Rand Athletics Club is a big and happy club. No paid officials: All work and assisting at events is done on a purely voluntary basis. The club organizes a popular 10km road race every May and a 32km and 5km road race in November. Regular club runs are held.
Randmark Multi is a family multisport club that strives to accommodate every member's needs: running, walking and cycling. On Thursday nights they have a club night where everyone is welcome to socialize. Randmark Multi rewards its members every year at a prize giving function for hard work throughout the past year. They have club training on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, as well as time trials on Thursday nights. Randmark Multi has a list of nominated races for running, walking, road- and mountain biking and encourages members to participate.
Although the club is relatively small, members are known to be very active and many participate in events internationally. All members of the club have joined to enjoy the camaraderie of road running. Recently two members have run the Machu Picchu marathon, whilst another ran in America and another ran the Mauritius marathon. Some of the club members are more social runners, some do both trail and road running and others like to compete in triathlon and Ironman events. There is also a group who prefer shorter distances, cross country and half marathons.
An integral part of the University of Cape Town's sporting culture, the University of Cape Town Athletics Club has a long and proud history that includes victories in the Dalrymple Cup (the old SA Inter-University competition) and the Comrades Marathon (both men and women), SA Champions and record holders and two sub-four minute milers. UCT AC strives to develop students that are well-rounded and multi-faceted individuals and has indeed produced many fine athletes over the years.