The 'Batavierenrace' is the largest staffle run in the world. The run is 185 kilometres long, from Nijmegen to Enschede and partly goes through Germany. The run is divided into 25 parts of which eigth are women stages and seventeen for men. The runner is assisted by two students who are cycling next to the runner for mental support. Traditionally, the 'Batavierenrace' takes place in the last weekend of April.
The Sefa student team is divided into three teams: the night team, the morning team and the afternoon team. Every team consists of seven to nine participants and every team has its own starting point. The night team will start in Nijmegen, the morning team starts in Ulft and the afternoon team starts in Barchem. Every team is dropped off at their starting point by the Sefa tourbus.
After the Batavieren challenge, there is a huge party on saturday night with more than 8500 students divided between different clubs and music styles. This is the moment to party with the whole team and enjoy some well deserved drinks, after a full day of running.