This community event is conducted by the West Australian Marathon Club Inc. with the proceeds being donated to Breast Cancer Care WA. Our aim is to promote the sport of running. Participants have the option of a 10km and a 5km event. This option has been designed for those who want to be part of the great community event but feel 10km is too far. It is ideally suited for walkers or the very young with their parents.
Thank you to Regis Aged Care who are our major sponsor for this event. Regis Aged Care’s sole focus has always been providing high quality aged care services.
To find out more about Regis please click HERE.
Steve Harling 0408 941 839
WA Marathon Club 9472 4833
Bib collection will be available on the following dates:
Saturday, July 13 at the WAMC Club rooms between 11:00am and 2:00pm.
You will also be able to collect your bib before the run from 7:00am.
Registrations close Thursday, July 11 at 12:00pm noon sharp.
All registered participants in the event will be recorded by an electronic timing system on crossing the finish line. Disposable timing chips are attached to the back of the race bib. Do not remove or peel the plastic timing devices from the race bib. Attach the race bib to the front of the body only, by pinning the bib in the holes at the four corners. Please make sure that the race bib is kept flat and not folded or crumpled. The race bib is allocated to the person nominated on the entry form and is non-transferable to another person. The race bib must remain in its issued form.
IF YOU TURN UP WITHOUT YOUR RACE BIB (LOST OR LEFT HOME) THERE WILL BE A $10.00 SURCHARGE TO HAVE ANOTHER RACE BIB ISSUED.
The Regis Aged Care Women’s Classic 2019 will be followed by a CHAMPAGNE BREAKFAST!
Get your friends and family together for a fun filled morning supporting Breast Cancer Care WA.
Starting with a warm up with the girls from Jungle Body, followed by a 10km or 5km Run (or walk!) and finished with a light champagne breakfast!
All participants will receive a 2019 Women’s Classic Champagne glass (filled with Bunkers Sparkling NV!) to keep and a light breakfast after the event.
Please click HERE for the 2019 event t-shirt order form.
First 100 Women’s Classic T orders will receive a FREE WOD UP cap worth $35.
WOD UP’s Positive Performance Clothing is made from R-PET 100% Recycled Fibres.
Performance clothing that really does let you ‘do good’ when you are ‘being good’!
R-PET is Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate (recycled polyester).
By using R-PET we’re helping to keep plastic out of landfills and oceans, and saving our natural resources.
The clothing is stretchy, breathable, durable, maintains its shape, is easy to wash and quick to dry.
Eco friendly luxury that feels so good it’s the next best thing to being naked!
The awards presentation will be held at the Finish Area. Medallions will be awarded to:
10km Podium Finishers
5km Podium Finishers
Age group categories will receive medals for both 5km and 10km events.
By just finishing the 10km or 5km event and attending the awards ceremony, you are eligible to win some fantastic draw prizes. Your attendance (not someone else holding your race number) is necessary to qualify.
HEALTH & SAFETY
Entrants must not take pets on the run. Skateboards, roller-skates / rollerblades or similar devices, are strictly forbidden due to the risk of injury to participants. Be aware we may not have exclusive use of some of the shared paths.
All runners will assemble in the advised start area by foot and obey Police and Officials’ directions whilst awaiting the official start.
To ensure your safety and that of everyone else in the race, the use of headphones or any musical device is strongly discouraged. Any use of headphones is a safety hazard since such use may compromise a participant’s ability to hear critical safety and/or directional instructions, especially instructions that may arise in an emergency situation.
There are no prizes for running prams and we request all those pushing running prams not to be competitive, start from the rear and enjoy the experience. Pushing through runners could lead to injuries.
Dehydration can be potentially lethal, particularly if you overextend yourself in hot and/or humid conditions. However, your body can still overheat even if climatic conditions are only moderate. Ensure you drink plenty of water throughout the day prior to the event and drink early in the event before you become thirsty. Stop to walk or at least slow down at drink stations to allow adequate rehydration. DO NOT compete if you have had diarrhoea within 48 hours prior to the event or are suffering from a viral infection or even feeling unwell.
REMEMBER to also drink plenty of water after the event. If you feel distressed, disorientated, dizzy, or excessively tired, SLOW down or rest for a while. If you do not improve WITHDRAW.