2 Days to go for Kilimanjaro Premium Lager Marathon 2014

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We have had quite a few athletes sign on for the newsletter after we sent out this update, so we are re-sending it again as a last minute update in case some of you missed it.

Entries may still be made locally in ARUSHA on 27 FEB, and MOSHI on 28 Feb & 1 March. If you wish to walk the route, you are most welcome to enter too.

To save time you can also download the entry form HERE, complete and then take to registration with you.

Facebook – We have also opened a Facebook page for the event, give us a “LIKE” to receive updates.

REGISTRATION

*ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
* *NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED ON RACE DAY.

ARUSHA ENTRIES – Thursday, 27 February 2014
From 10h00 – 16h00 one day only
Address : KIBO PALACE HOTEL AND RESORT, OLD MOSHI RD, ARUSHA Old Moshi Road Tel: +255 27 254 4472 / 254 8887

MOSHI ENTRIES – Fri 28 Feb & Sat 1 March 2014
From 10h00 – 17h00 both days
Address: Keys Hotel, Uru Road, Moshi

PRE-ENTRIES race numbers may be collected from a separate desk in Moshi ONLY, on the Fri 28 Feb & Sat 1 March 2014.

Please bring identification document with you when registering / collecing race numbers / bibs

If booking on a Wild Frontiers’ travel package your bib will be delivered to your hotel in Moshi – collect from reception at your hotel.

ROUTE & WATERPOINT INFORMATION

Please note all routes have changed. Refer to Map.

Full Marathon – from the stadium, the route is a fairly flat 10 out on the road to Dar es Salaam, returning on same road back past the stadium gate – the Full is now 30 minutes behind the half, on the same route. The second half of the race is the half marathon, described below.

Half Marathon – starts 0700, out of the college gate, and turns north, towards the mountain. Uphill, about 250 altitude gain in 8 km. At about 8 km, the route follows a dirt road for about 2 km, though some farms and schools, before joining Lema Road, and the long downhill back to the stadium.

Note – there are waterpoints – some with Coke – and sponge points amply supplied along this route.

Disabled wheelchair and handcycle race – 10 km – from the stadium, the route turns left at Mweka road, and then onto Kilimanjaro Road, on a fairly flat, shaded route. It then heads north up Lema road, to the GAPCO turning piont, before retracing steps to the stadium.

FUN run – starts at the YMCA roundabout, on the Arusha Road, approx 50 m west of roundabout. Runs down to the Clock Tower, then along Boma Road, past Arusha Roundabout and along to YMCA roundabout again, then up Uru Road to enter the Stadium from this gate, eg the east.

FIRST AID

There will be several roaming ambulances and first aid at the finish. If you should experience any difficulty:

STOP AND LET A FELLOW RUNNER ADVISE A STAFF MEMBER AT THE NEXT WATER-STATION WHERE YOU ARE. THEY WILL LET US KNOW

There is also a sweep-vehicle at the end.

LITTER

PLEASE THROW YOUR LITTER ON THE ROAD WHERE WE CAN EASILY FIND IT AND DISPOSE OF IT.