It’s time for the youngsters to play on the big track – Sunday 12 June 2022 sees the youth event at Killarney and the kids are going to be on the main track!!!!
Racing starts at 13h00 with the Under 11’s and culminating at 16h15 with the U19 men
Registration opens at 11h30 in the new pits area at Killarney.
We are still required to adhere to the COVID-19 regulations that have been published by the Department of Sport and Culture. To this end we require that all cyclists maintain social distancing while not racing. The use of masks prior to the start of the race is compulsory. You may be required to have your temperature taken at the entrance to Killarney. All participants and supporters are to use Gate 5 – the one closest to Cape Town, to enter the grounds. Masks are also to be worn at all times and it is imperative that we adhere to the social distancing protocols.
We are looking at ways to work within the bounds laid down by CSA and the Department of Sport and Culture to ensure that we can hold a successful event.
Routes and distances and starting times
The U19’s who have been riding with Cat 1 and participating the league are excused from attending Killarney as league points are up for grabs at Lady Loch. The 4 highest placed WP riders will automatically qualify for Oudtshoorn.
|U 11 Boys, U11 and U13 Girls||25 mins + 1 Lap||13h00|
|U13 Boys and U15 Girls||35 Mins + 1 Lap||13h45|
|U15 Boys and U17 Girls||40 Mins + 1 Lap||14h30|
|U 17 Boys and U19 Girls||45 Mins + 1 Lap||15h20|
|U 19 Boys||50 Mins + 1 Lap||16h15|
Online entries, using the Enter Now button found on this page, is the only way to enter our races at present. Entries close the Friday prior to the race. Due to the restrictions placed on us due to the COVID pandemic, we cannot take entries on the day
The costs for this race are:
|U 11 Boys, U11 and U13 Girls||R80|
|U13 Boys and U15 Girls||R80|
|U15 Boys and U17 Girls||R80|
|U 17 Boys and U19 Girls||R80|
|U 19 Boys (including Development Riders)||R80|
Entries will open on Saturday 4 June and close 17h00 on Friday 10 June 2022.
Event management, online entries and payments made possible by
Problems with CSA Membership or Licenses?
See the page about CSA membership or licenses, or if you have problems with this during the registration process.
All people attending the race are to enter Killarney through the southern most gate – Gate 5. You will have your temperature checked at this point. From there you are to proceed to the parking area behind the new pits. From here, you will have to come through the race COVID screening station at the entrance to the pits. Participants and spectators alike will have to fill in the COVID questionnaire and have their temperature taken for a second time. Unfortunately, both Killarney and WPCA have to keep records of those entering the premises so please do not feel that you can circumvent the checks at the pit area.