The website that brings you all
your running news, online, 24/7
MiWayMauritius Comp

NEWS/FEATURES

2018 COMRADES MARATHON ROUTE CHANGES

31 August 2017

With the opening of entries for the 2018 Comrades Marathon tomorrow
(1 September 2017), the Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) has issued details of the route for next year’s race. This will be the 46th Down Run in Comrades history.
 
CMA Race Director, Rowyn James has confirmed that the route will only change in the final 8km of the race. He says the aim is to keep the


+


NUTRITION IS AS IMPORTANT AS TRAINING

31 August 2017

So your training plan is precisely set out: you know when to do your speed work and how many kilometers to log each weekend building up to your goal race. You’ve entered your event and your plan is bulletproof. Or is it?
 
Many runners focus so strongly on the physical preparation for a race that they often forget that preparing nutritionally is just as important. Experts across the spect


+


SUPPORT A COMRADES CHARITY AND YOU COULD WIN A CAR

31 August 2017

Come Christmas, one lucky prospective Comrades runner will be driving a brand new Toyota car. All you have to do to stand a chance to win this car is donate R50 to any of the Comrades chosen charities.
 
And of course, the more money you donate, the more chances you have to win the car, said Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) Vice Chair Cheryl Winn. She made this announcement at the launch of


+


WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME A COMRADES CHAMPION

by Michelle Carnegie - 31 August 2017

Elite athletes might be born with great genes and loads of talent, but make no mistake; it takes hours of dedication, grit and hard work to become the best of the best. In fact, it takes running up to 250km in one single week.
 
The 2017 Comrades Marathon Men’s Champ, Bongmusa Mthembu shared his thoughts on what it takes to become a champion at the recent launch of the 2018 Comrades Marat


+


CAPE TOWN MARATHON TO HOST FIRST AIMS CONFERENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA

30 August 2017

The Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS) will hold its first South African conference during the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon week, on 14 and 15 September.
 
Key stakeholders from around the world will participate in the conference, which will give African and South African road-race organisers, local governments, municipalities and federations the opportunity to listen


+


NO TURNING BACK

30 August 2017

The 2018 Comrades Marathon is set to be even more spectacular with a great new slogan and an iconic new finish venue. Unveiling its campaign theme at the annual media launch of the 93rd edition of The Ultimate Human Race, the Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) also announced some exciting changes.
 
Several of South Africa’s top runners, including 2018 Comrades Marathon Champ


+


COMRADES HANDS OVER TIMING EQUIPMENT TO KZNA

29 August 2017

The Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) officially handed over state of the art track timing equipment to the provincial athletics federation, KwaZulu-Natal Athletics in Durban today as part of its Corporate Social Investment programme.

“This handover of electronic timing equipment to the provincial athletics mother body signifies the decades’ long relationship of cooperation and suppor


+


HOW TO TRAIN SMARTER, NOT HARDER

by Derick Marcisz - 29 August 2017

It happens more often than not; an athlete runs a fantastic race at a major event. And their immediate reaction is to want to even better this performance at next year’s race. Nothing wrong with that, but the problem is that most of these runners think they need to train ‘harder’ and therefore add more kilometers. 
 
These extra kilometers get added to morning runs, they


+


A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH

by Michelle Carnegie - 29 August 2017

She’s only been running for three years and has improved from 56th position at her first Comrades Marathon to 4th position at this year’s race. A couple of weeks ago she surprised everyone when she placed 2nd at a gruelling trail race in the French Alps. Meet Gerda Steyn, a sure force to be reckoned with in future.
 
If anyone would have told her four years ago


+


REVIEW: PUMA IGNITE NETFIT

by Michelle Carnegie - 28 August 2017

The PUMA Ignite NETFIT shoe landed on my desk for review exactly one day before a scheduled 10km race. I’ve been running too long to make the mistake of running in brand new shoes. But the shoe felt so great on, and of course looked fabulous! The temptation was just too great. Race morning I slipped them on, and I was pleasantly surprised.
 
Think broad, and then add some more. Those are


+


POPULAR ARTICLES

No popular articles found


THE SOCIAL MEDIA CORNER

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram



© Copyright Run24. All Rights Reserved. Website designed and hosted by LIT Creations. You are visitor number: 780930