Caltex Border Masters Half Marathon – ready, set go! Submission Details
For race enquiries contact: John Oatley on 084-6195126
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Caltex Border Masters Half Marathon
A fast annual race, now in its 41st year, is organised by Border Masters Athletics Association in East London. The Border Masters Athletics Association was founded in 1978 with two main objectives, namely to encourage men and women aged 35 years and over to take an active interest in both administrative and competitive aspects of athletics; and to promote the use of internationally recognised age divisions for masters, especially in championship events.
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