Stillwater Sports announces the return of the AfricanX Trailrun in 2021

“Let Nature Give You A Run for Your Money”

Local Sports Marketing Agency, Stillwater Sports is excited to announced that South Africa’s premier three-day stage trail run, the AfricanX Trailrun, will be back in 2021!

“We are extremely excited to launch a revitalized version of SA’s most iconic three-day stage trail run,” says Michael Meyer, Managing Director of Stillwater Sports.  “The AfricanX Trailrun is synonymous with magnificent trails, spectacular views, mouth-watering food, a relaxed atmosphere, great vibes and most importantly, teamwork!  We’re not letting the cat out of the bag just yet, but what we can say is that the event will take place the weekend of 26 – 28 March 2021.  Be sure to save the date.  The official event launch will take place on Wednesday 02 December with the opening of entries and venue reveal.  We trust that trail runners are just as excited about this announcement as we are.”

2021 Event Information:  AfricanX Trailrun

Teams of two trail running enthusiasts (male/female/mixed) will be seen battling it out on a route varying in distance between 22km – 34km each day.  Each stage will feature a different route that is guaranteed to keep things exciting while leaving runners in awe.

Date: Friday 26 March 2021 – Sunday 28 March 2021
Format: Three-day stage race / teams of two (male/female/mixed)
Festival Village:  To be revealed on Wednesday 02 December 2020
Distance: Between 22km – 34km each day

 

Entries will open on Wednesday, 02 December 2020, but are LIMITED in adherence to COVID-19 legislation.

 

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