Cape Peninsula Marathon and Half Marathon 2022

Limited Entries and Closing Date

Entries are limited to 2000 per distance.

Entries will close on the 6th February 2022 or once the 2000 have been reached.

Start Times


Please note that both events will start at 05:00

  1. 42.2 KM – 05H00 Green Point
  2. 21.1 KM – 05H00 Bergvliet

Start and Finish


42.2km – Greenpoint

21.1km – Bergvliet

Exactly Start locations will be communicated closer to the time


Simons Town Naval Base

Number Collection

Number collection will take place on Friday 18th February and Saturday 19th February from 10:00 – 17:00 at the following Sportsmans Warehouse Stores:

  • Rondebosch
  • Tyger Valley
  • Somerset West
  • V&A Waterfront

There will be NO collection at the start points on race day.

Entry Fees

Licensed Athletes Marathon – R353.00 including timing chip and R223.00 for the Half Marathon including timing chip

Unlicensed athletes must purchase a temporary license – Marathon distance R70-00 and Half Marathon distance R60-00

  1. This is a pre-entry race only. Enter online at until midnight 6th February 2022.
  2. Please note that you will need to wear your mask at all times including at number collection, start area and finish area. During the race you may remove your mask but must carry it with you at all times.
  3. All entrants to collect their race number in person due to COVID-19.
  4. NO club gazebos are permitted in the finish area. (Simons Town Naval Base Sports Field)
  5. Cut-off times are 6 hours for the Marathon and 4 hours for the Half Marathon.
  6. No spectators are allowed at the event.
  7. NO gathering at the finish area once you have completed the event. You are required to complete your event, receive your Coke and medal and then leave the finish area venue thereafter.
  8. Licensed athletes entry fee is Marathon – R344.00 including timing chip and R215.00 for the Half Marathon including timing chip and disposable mask x 2.
  9. Unlicensed Athletes must purchase a temporary license – Half Marathon distance R60-00 and the Marathon distance R 70-00.
  10. Race Cancellation:   There will be no refunds, but should the event be cancelled for reasons beyond our control, then your basic entry fee for the 2022 event will be transferred to the 2023 event.
  11. An Email will be sent to you 3 days prior to the number collection with a link where you will complete your Covid-19 screening form. Please note that if this form is not completed before number collection you will NOT receive your race number to participate in the event.
  13. NO upgrades, downgrades or substitutions will take place after the closing date of the 6th February 2022.
  1. The race is run according to the rules of ASA & WPA.
  2. Runners must obey traffic officers, race marshals, race officials and the COVID-19 Officer at all times.
  3. The Cape Peninsula Marathon and Half Marathon are open to all licenced and non-licenced runners of 16 years and older for the Half Marathon and 20 years and older for the Marathon.


  1. Supporters are requested not to follow athletes on the route. Refreshment points will be supplied every 5km offering a combination of water and Coke.
  2. The time limits are 6 hours for the Marathon and 4 hours for the Half Marathon.
  3. One race number (bib) will be issued. Registered athletes must war their ASA licences on the front and back of their vest. The race number must be worn on the front of the vest, partially covering the ASA licence, so that the ASA licence sponsor remains visible. Temporary licenced runners must wear the race number on the front of their vest and the temporary licence on the back.
  4. Age category tags must be worn (front and back) and visible for the entire race to be eligible for any age category prize.
  5. Temporary licensed runners to wear plain clothing, no advertising.
  6. The use of music players with headphones is not allowed and may result in disqualification.
  7. Do not litter. Dispose of any refuse or cups responsibly using the boxes provided or carry them to the finish. Report offenders to the referees.
  8. Participants in this event do so at their own risk and release and discharge the organisers, sponsors, provincial and national Athletics bodies, and all persons assisting in staging the event from any responsibility, liability or costs relating to any injury, loss or damage of whatever nature, however caused, arising directly or indirectly from their participation in the event.
  9. Detailed rules are available on or on request from the organisers or the WPA office.
  10. Wheelchair athletes must please contact the organisers timeously and prior to the official race date to discuss arrangements for their participation.

Please note that strict cut off times will be applied along the route:

42.2km – Cut Off Times

21.1km – 08:00

33km – 9:45

Finish – 11:00


21.1km – Cut off Times

12km – 7:45

Finish – 9:00

  1. Prize giving: there will be NO formal prize giving.
  2. In addition to Overall (Open) prizes, participants will only be eligible for an age category prize in the age category they enter.
  3. Corresponding numerical age category tags must be worn on the front and back of their Club vest. Participants may enter the age category corresponding to their chronological age or any younger category down to senior.
  4. Temporary licensed participants are eligible for age category prizes provided they enter the relevant age group, wear the appropriate age tags and provide proof of age.
  5. There will be NO team prizes
 42km  21km  
1st2nd3rd 1st2nd3rd
OpenR6 000,00R3 000,00R2 000,00OpenR3 000,00R2 000,00R1 000,00
40-49R1 500,00R1 000,00R650,0040-49R1 500,00R1 000,00R500,00
  • There will be batch starts of +/- 250 entrants per batch.
  • All contenders for prizes / Elite Runners MALE and FEMALE including age groupers must start in the front – namely BATCH A – provided this has been requested on your entry and is indicated on your allocated race number. No batch changes will be allowed after registration has closed.
  • The results from this A group will be done on a “GUN to FINISH MAT “basis.
  • The WPA referees will in addition to the electronic finish times, also monitor and produce these results manually, for the specific age categories.
  • There will also be 7 additional BATCHES of 250 people each Non-Elite Runners – namely BATCHES B / C / D / E / F / G / H/ I. These will be timed on a mat to mat basis.
  • This will total a maximum of 2000 people of all running levels – no seeding system.
  • The results will be electronically produced on race day by the official chip timing system.

A tog bag facility will be provided at each start point. You will be provided with a tog bag tag in your race envelope. Please make sure that you put your race number and name on the tag prior to race day and have it securely attached to your bag prior to arriving at the start of the event.

Once you arrive at the start you can place your marked bag on the tog bag truck provided. Tog bags can be collected in Simons Town once you have completed the race.

NO VALUABLES are to be left in your tog bag as the organisers or any other persons involved directly or indirectly in the event will NOT be held responsible for any loss or damage in this regard.


With a deep belief in the transforming power of God, Beth Uriel, “House of Light”, aims to provide young men from impoverished communities the chance to pursue meaningful, independent lives through a supportive living environment, connections to educational opportunities, positive social alternatives, and life skill training.

Statistics show that youth (age 18 to 35) make up over half of the population in the Western Cape.  Faced with enormous challenges around unemployment (well over 33%), low matric pass rates (only 1 in 2 learners make it to grade 12) and family dysfunction (fatherless or child headed homes), young men throughout the Cape are provided with very few opportunities that cultivate hope or any real sense of purpose. Our 24 bed independent living facility in Salt River aims to address the above issues by “raising young men to look up to”– making its resources available to previously disadvantaged young men between the ages of 18 and 24.

In an attempt to prepare previously disadvantaged young men for independent living Beth Uriel agrees to:

  • Provide quality residential care with 3 meals a day and other basic needs.
  • (Re)-integration in school and academic support
  • Engage in positive social alternatives including weekend and holiday programs
  • Encourage job readiness through life skills and part-time job experience.
  • Explore identity issues through peer support, group work and counselling

Beth Uriel Aims to accomplish our goal by:

  • Matching each family member with a “big brother” to serve as encouragement and accountability.
  • Providing each with a formal and informal part-time work opportunity.
  • Allowing each to lead their journey to independence through the use of an Independent Development Plan (IDP)

Order your Cape Peninsula Marathon/Half Marathon t-shirt for R255 when you enter online.

Our hotel in Green Point, Cape Town offers visitors magnificent views and is within close proximity to some of Cape Town’s most popular hotspots, ANEW Hotel Green Point is the perfect accommodation option for those wishing to explore the Mother City.

An Exclusive Stay Deal for Marathon Runners at ANEW Hotel Green Point

Cape Peninsula Marathon Runners Stay Deal

Enjoy a discounted stay at ANEW Hotel Green Point for only R1450 per room per night. Includes:

  • Complimentary late departure at 13:00PM
  • Runners Breakfast pack from early morning station
  • Valid 19 – 21 February 20222

Full pre-payment, non-refundable, Standard rooms only, upgrade fees apply T’s & C’s Apply