A host of top international and local athletes has been secured for the 4th annual FNB Cape Town 12 ONERUN that will take place this coming Sunday (20 May), giving the race a Kenya vs Uganda vs South Africa element.
With the defending champion, Morris Gachaga of Kenya (he set a world best over 12km in the 2017 edition) and the 2018 women’s 10 000m Commonwealth Games Champion, Stell
Thinking of running the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon in September but not sure of all the details? Then read this.
The Sanlam Cape Marathon has rapidly become one of the worlds must run marathons. The only International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Gold Label-status marathon in Africa takes place over the spring weekend of 22-23 September. The festival includes two Peace Trail Runs (22k
Wings for Life winner, Two Oceans second place finisher and possible Gold Medallist at the 2018 Comrades Marathon Dominika Stelmach sadly had to withdraw from this year’s Comrades Marathon due to injury.
Stelmach, who is part of the Nedbank Running Club’s Green Dream Team, and who has won four Wings for Life World Run races on four different continents, claiming the 2017 overall f
The Virgin Money London Marathon broke its own world record as an incredible 414,168 applicants from the UK and overseas registered for a ballot place in the 2019 event.
Last year’s record total of 386,050 applicants established London as the most popular marathon on the planet. The new world record total of 414,168 for 2019 represents an increase of 7.3 per cent on last year. 347,876 o
South Africa’s latest female running sensation, Kesa Molotsane and IAAF Gold Label athlete, Nolene Conrad will lead the South African onslaught for the title at the 2018 FNB Cape Town 12 ONERUN on Sunday, 20 May.
Conrad confirmed her entry this week after taking a week’s rest having run the Vienna Marathon on 22 April. “I took some time off after Vienna as I raced the whole of 201
Kesa Molotsane (KPMG) coasted to victory in this morning’s SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge at Pollok Beach in Port Elizabeth, clocking a speedy 33.46 minutes. Glenrose Xaba (Boxer) was second in 34.01 and Zimbabwean Patience Murowe (Nedbank) finished third in 34.16.
The 25th edition of the Port Elizabeth was run in ideal conditions, with a light breeze.