Sunday 17 September the 13th edition of the Gipmans Plants Kwaakerrun will take place. You can register for this event via our registration form in the menu on the left. You can register from 1 April 2023 to 18 August 2023 or when the participant limits are reached. So make sure you are there on time.
Via the left menu you can find all information about the run on Sunday 17 September 2023.
In the list of participants you can find out who has registered.
You can also find information about the day itself, such as the course and programme and your final results. The runners ABC helps you as a participant to be well prepared at the start.
For all your other questions, please refer to the FAQs or the General Conditions.
And don't forget to get your hands on one of those beautiful Kwaakerrun shirts under the heading 'Clothing'.
Registration costs depend on the distance of the event and your age. From 4 September, the post-registration rate will apply.
|Name of run||Registration||Post-registration|
|500 m||€ 5,-||€ 7,-|
|1 km||€ 5,-||€ 7,-|
|2,5 km||€ 5,-||€ 7,-|
|5 km||€ 10,-||€ 12,-|
|10 km (from 16 years)||€ 12,50||€ 14,50|
A post-registration is only possible if a distance has not yet reached its maximum number of participants.
The limit times are as follows:
10 km: 90 minutes
5 km: 45 minutes
2,5 km: 30 minutes
This edition it is again possible to leave your bag at the cloakroom of the Bantuin. Please note that this is unattended and therefore at your own risk.
In the coming edition bib tags will be used to time participants. The Racetimer bib tag is attached to your starting number. The participant only needs to attach his/her starting number. This means that you do not require a shoelace chip. You do not need to return the chip. In addition to an accurate time registration, the chip also offers a personal video. For this, click on the camera icon in the results after the completion of the event.
Running in various weather conditions can pose risks. In this article from SPORTgericht, you can read about the measures that running events take to limit the risks. You can also read what you can do to eliminate necessary risks.