Your Title Goes Here
Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.
Walk The Talk 702
5km and 8km: R180.00
Under 12 year old’s: R155.00
Over 60 year old’s: R155.00
Entries are limited to the first 50 000 or close on 5 June 2019.
Each entrant will be given a unique identifying walk number in their Walk Pack to be collected from Number Collection. Persons who enter and pay before 5 June 2019 will receive a personalised walk number.
All finishers will receive a commemorative medal on completion of the walk within the specified time limit for the distance. Wheelchair entrants are only permitted on the 5km and 8km due to the nature of the 15km route. Unfortunately no dogs are permitted on the 15km route.
Distances : 5/8/15km
Start times: 5km:11h00, 8km:09h00, 15km:07h00
Important Information & Terms and Conditions
- Cost Of Entry
- Important Notices
- Contact details for Walk the Talk Offices
- Walks and Start Times
- Number Collection
- Collection Dates and Times
Entries are open to the first 50 000 paid entries up to 5 June 2019 only. Entry fees are non-refundable. Online entries only, with no option to pay later. If you have not paid, your entry will not be saved. Methods of payment allowed are: Credit Card or Fast EFT – both are accessible from the online entry system.
5km & 8km R180 Entry Fee for scholars younger than 12 years and for persons 60 years and over is R155* distances may vary 15km Walk R199 No person under 14 years of age may participate in this event without written consent from event organisers. Entry Fee for persons 60 years and over is R155 * distances may vary A portion of every 5km and 8km entry will be donated to the MTN Walk the Talk with 702 Community Legacy Project. All entry fees include 15% VAT.
Each entrant will be given a unique identifying walk number in their Walk Pack to be collected from number collection. This number must be pinned to the front of the walker’s shirt. This number is vital in terms of emergencies and event logistics. Persons entering at the start area and walking on routes without a valid 2019 MTN Walk the Talk with 702 unique identifying walk number will be removed from both the start area and routes and will be prohibited from walking. Persons who enter and pay before 5 June 2019 will receive a personalised race number. The name provided by the entrant in the Nickname field of entry form will be used (limited to 8 characters. No profanity or offensive words permitted).
Makhotso Mpholo 0829972669 or Antashia Sassman 083 200 7966.
15km Walk – 07h00
8km Walk – 09h00
5km Walk – 11h00 * distances may vary.
Entrants must pick up their Walk Pack during number collection at Marks Park Sports Club, Emmarentia. Please note that the team representative that collects the Walk the Talk packs must come to number collection with a full team list. Alternatively, large teams may want to utilise a courier service to collect and deliver the Walk Packs (At an additional cost) please contact the Walk the Talk office for more information on 011 017 2700.
Wednesday 24 July 2019 08h00 – 17:00
Thursday 25 July 2019 08h00 -17:00
Friday 26 July 2019 08h00 -17:00
Saturday 27 July 2019 08h00 -13:00
(10 or more entrants) Team entries need to be completed online at www.walkthetalk.co.za.. Even though you are entering as a team, it is critical that each entrant’s, details are entered onto the system. Each team must provide a team name as part of the entry process. Teams may include families, schools, corporate companies and social clubs. Entries will only be valid once payment has been received. Team entries close on Friday 31 May 2019.
All finishers will receive a commemorative medal on completion of the walk within the specified time limit for the distance
Complete Pet Food Dog Walk
Thanks to Complete Pet Food , you can bring the furrier members of the family to the MTN Walk the Talk with 702 on Sunday 28 July.
Fit, healthy and socialised dogs are welcome on the 5km or 8km routes but we need you to register them (at no cost) as Complete Pet Food makes sure that each registered pooch gets treated like a star!
In addition to a special surprise gift from Complete Pet Food, they’ll have access to dedicated dog water points along the way and there’s a separate dog finish line with exciting entertainment for our four-legged friends!
A maximum of two dogs per participant are permitted, and in order to keep their tails wagging the South African Veterinary Association (SAVA) and The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development will be providing veterinarians on the day. They are there to ensure the doggie tails keep wagging. They hold the right to remove any dogs off the route that do not seem medically fit to walk or for any other reasons they deem are in the best interest of the public and/or the dog.
SAVA is committed to promoting the health and welfare of animals and mankind. Click here for more information. One of the many functions of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is advocating animal welfare. For more information, read here.
Don’t miss out on the chance to take your furry best friend out for the biggest walk in the city – they’ll love you forever!
Click here to go to the Walk The Talk with 702 website