Road Running - League

LAST UPDATED (07/02/2019)

Please take note that the Bronkhorstspruit race on 9 Feb 2019 is NOT cancelled.  It is however not a league race anymore

 

Originally the Bronkhorstspruit races on 9 February and the Sunrise Monster races on 2 March were allocated league status. However both these races were not prepared to abide by the AGN rules for league races and the AGN Road Running Commission decided to cancel both of them as league races. The Commission further decided not to replace the Bronkhorstspruit race with another race in February as a league race. The Sunrise Monster race was however replaced by the Kolonnade road race (32km & 15km) on 30 March as a league race.

The league system of AGN will be further discussed at the next AGN Management meeting scheduled for 14 March 2019.

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