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Course FAQ's

Where Can I Find The Course Maps?

ou can find more information on Course Maps here:

Marathon

Half – Marathon

12KM

4KM

Course maps for 2020 have not yet been confirmed, Click back here for updates.

Are The Courses Certified?

The Chevron City to Surf for Activ, Marathon and Half Marathon are AIMS Certified accurate courses.

Marathon Certification

Click here to view the AIMS Marathon Certification

Half Marathon Certification

Click here to view the AIMS Half Marathon Certification

All events, are run under IAAF rules.

What Will I Find Along The Course?

We are working hard behind the scenes to develop the activities and course facilities for 2020. Check back here for more information when registrations open for 2020.

If I Need Medical Attention, Where Would I Find Someone To Help Me?

First Aid teams will be located on all courses at various locations. If you are feeling unwell please report to the nearest official (who will have a radio) or medical personnel as soon as possible. If you see any fellow participant in distress, please report the incident to nearest official or St John Ambulance team member. If it is an emergency please dial “000” and report the exact location of the incident.

What Electrolytes & Hydration Will Be Available?

Check back here for more information on hydration and nutrition on offer along the course, when registrations open for 2020.

Will There Be Any Pacers To Follow?

To assist you in achieving your personal best, Pacers will be provided by in both the Marathon and Half Marathon

Make sure you listen to the PA announcements on event morning as to the location of your pacemaker. Each pacemaker will be wearing coloured balloon and will wear an identifiable Chevron City to Surf for Activ Pacers Shirts.

Can I Run With Headphones Playing Music?

While the organisers of the Chevron City to Surf for Activ discourage the use of iPods or other personal music devices, though we do not impose a ban on wearing headphones on course. The use of headphones can impede an individual’s ability to hear marshals or other course officials. Participants who choose to wear headphones on the course do so at their own risk and must pay attention to officials and other participants throughout their event.