The toughest race with the warmest heart. 

10km Race Info

Difficulty Rating: 3

Route Type: Circular


enjoy the scenery

The farm roads and sometimes single-track mountain paths set this race apart from your average road run.


No wonder we’re known as, “The toughest race with the warmest heart.”


This race has a similar profile to its half marathon ‘big brother’. The route is demanding with the first few kilometres consisting of a hard, steady, upward climb on tar roads through Bredasdorp. You then head out onto gravel roads through Fynbos and the farmlands on the outskirts of town.

The last half of the race is mainly downhill, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the scenery. But be warned: make sure you have some energy to spare for the steep hill as you enter Bredasdorp.

Once you’re over the hill, it’s a downhill sprint/jog to the Sports Ground (where you finish on grass). Here you have the opportunity to refresh yourself (coffee and food are available).

Normal road running shoes are advised for this race.




You have 2 hours to finish this race. The final cut-off is 10:00 at the finish. 


Online entries

Online entries close on 30 September 2019. (championchip.co.za). You can still enter on Friday, 11 October at the Bredasdorp Sports Ground, from 14:00 to 21:00.

Number collection

Number collection takes place at Sportsmans Warehouse, Canal Walk, on Thursday, 10 October 2019 from 12:00 to 17:00. Or you can collect your number on Friday, 11 October at the Bredasdorp Sports Ground, from 14:00 to 21:00. Or on Saturday, 12 October from 4:00. Temporary licences are available at the Bredasdorp Sports Ground.


The 10km race starts at the Bredasdorp Sports Ground at 08:00.


The event uses ChampionChip. You can use your own ChampionChip, and if you don’t have one, you can buy or hire with your entry. Your result will not be included without a ChampionChip.


Resources for Runners


This year, you can register online through ChampionChip (www.championchip.co.za). Online entries close 30 September …

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What time does the full marathon start? The marathon starts at 06:00. Find our answers to frequently asked questions here …

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Going Green

The Voet van Afrika team takes this greening role seriously. Every year, we’ll implement more innovative green steps …

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Runners: 5 tips to prep yourself for race day (with 1 month to go)

Whether you’re confident and feeling fit for this race; or whether you’re still a little unsure of yourself – here are 5 tips to prepare yourself with 4 weeks to go.

Hero Racing Stories

During 2018, amputee athlete Xolani Luvuno completed the full Voet van Afrika marathon.

What an amazing race. Will definitely return. Thank you Bredasdorp for your hospitality.

Tracey van Niekerk