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Imbube marathon participants in last year’s race.

By Ntokozo Magongo

THE 10km race in the Imbube Marathon seems to be the favourite for the majority of runners. This comes after it was the first event to run out of goodie bags with two days remaining before the late registration closes.

The goodie bags ran out on Tuesday with the late registration coming to an end on Friday (September 22).
According to a statement from the Imbube Marathon organisers, runners who will register for the under 10km in the remaining days will not receive the goodie bags.

“Numbers are truly amazing! Even though the 10km goodie bags have sold out, you can still register for Eswatini’s biggest marathon. Don’t miss the chance to run alongside the best of best. Deadline is 22 September,” reads the statement.

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The biggest marathon in the country is billed for October 1 with the start and finish point at Somhlolo National Stadium, Lobamba. The Imbube Marathon comprise four events 42.2km, 21.1km, 10km and 3km for the elders and disabled. Registration at this point comes with an extra fee of E50 after the normal registration period was closed on September 10.

It’s now E255 to register for the 42.2km, 235 for the 21.1km, and 220 for the 10km with the
later registration fee of E50 included. The only free event is the 3.3km.

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