As previously indicated, we are revising the entry process.
An online link will be made available on this website by mid-February 2021, whereby runners who are interested in taking part in the Three Peaks Challenge will be given an opportunity to add their details to a new waiting list.
This will also serve as an updated mailing list to notify all interested runners when they will be able to enter online, via a link on the website, later in the year.
Saturday, 2 November 2019 will forever be remembered in South Africa, as the day that the rugby Springboks lifted the Webb Ellis Cup for the third time …
… and for Cape Town’s biggest party since 1995.
Meanwhile, the annals of the historic Three Peaks Challenge will record that, in near-perfect weather conditions, top trail runner Kane Reilly obliterated the existing race record with a display of running never before witnessed on the peaks that make up Table Mountain’s toughest endurance challenge. His time of 4:42,43 was more than seven minutes inside AJ Calitz’s ground-breaking 2012 time.
In a tightly-contested women’s battle, Julika Pahl prevailed over Naomi Brand to set a new women’s record – both went quicker than Katya Soggot’s 2013 mark.
Record-breaker, Kane Reilly, with runner-up, Pete Calitz (113) and Brendan Lombard, who was third.
Julika Pahl arrives at Greenmarket Square – a new women’s record
Congratulations to all 161 finishers! FULL RESULTS
Pictures by Erin Wulfsohn