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IT'S ALL IN THE HIPS

by Patricia Gouws (Biokineticist) - 19 October 2017

The movement of your hips while running is probably far more important than you think. Movement through the whole kinetic chain starts in the hips, and if your hip joint does not function or extend properly, you might be setting yourself up for an injury or decreased running efficiency. Biokineticist Patricia Gouws explains the importance of hip extension in running.
 
As runners we all strive


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RUN24/MF TRAIL RUN SET TO BECOME THE COOLEST ON THE CALENDAR

by Michelle Carnegie - 18 October 2017

Looking for a great trail run? As well as a day out for the whole family? Then join us at the inaugural Run24/MF Trail Run at Wattlespring Trails in Bapsfontein on 3 December.
 
We’ve created this race for everybody, for novice trail runners, the racing snakes, walkers and most importantly for everyone who would like to run and also bring the kids and the family along. Because being outdo


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TOP CONTENDER IN THE GREATER EDENDALE RACE

by Delaine Cools - 17 October 2017

23-year old Sipho Mbanjwa of Boxer Athletic Club took the first prize in the Greater Edendale Men’s 10km race last year, beating some of the nation’s top short distance athletes to claim the honours as well as R3 000 in prize money.

He hails from KwaNdengezi in Pinetown, west of Durban, where he lives with his Mom, Anna, Dad, James and four siblings. Sipho tells us that his family is a


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SHE DID IT!

by Michelle Carnegie - 17 October 2017

She beat the most aggressive kind of breast cancer, which inspired her to start running after not having exercised for years, and now Louise Vernon has completed her very first marathon.
 
Run24 shared Louise’s remarkable running story and inspirational journey a while ago and today we are celebrating with her! On Sunday Louise completed the Birmingham International Marathon, exactly seve


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SHE HAS WHAT IT TAKES

by Michelle Carnegie - 17 October 2017

When one of the most hard-core and successful coaches in the country decides to take you on as one of his athletes, you must know that you potentially have what it takes, but you also quickly realise training - as you know it - will never be the same again.
 
For Gauteng based advocate Ann Ashworth life and training have definitely changed since John Hamlett, better known as the Coach of Coache


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2017 OLD MUTUAL SPIRIT OF COMRADES WINNERS ANNOUNCED

15 October 2017

“What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
 
The Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) celebrated the goodwill and noble qualities associated with the spirit of the Comrades Marathon as it hosted its annual awards gala in Durban on Friday, 13 October 2017, together


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EXCITING DAY OF COMMUNITY RUNNING AHEAD

13 October 2017

The Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) will celebrate an exciting day of community road-running come Sunday, 12 November 2017 as it hosts its annual 10km Greater Edendale Race. The event is one of the CMA’s most significant CSI initiatives, which is hosted in conjunction with the Msunduzi Municipality, the uMsunduzi Pietermaritzburg Tourism Association (MPTA) and supported by media partner, Edendale Eyethu

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THE 6 BIGGEST EATING MISTAKES YOU MAKE

by Chanelle Retief (Registered Dietician) - 11 October 2017

You might think you are eating healthy – or less if your goal is weight loss – but most often than not, you are fooling yourself. Dietician Chanelle Retief shares from her experience the biggest eating mistakes most of us make.
 
1.    Underestimating intake and overestimate training: Many of us underestimate what we eat on a daily basis. We eat while we drive, we eat


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FROM A RURAL VILLAGE TO THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES

by Michelle Carnegie - 11 October 2017

He grew up in a rural village without parents and only a sister looking after him. His running track was dirt fields without any expensive running shoes or supplements. He knew little about the world of international running. But with the help of a very passionate running coach and a club that backs him every step of the way Tshepo Tshite will soon be off to the Commonwealth Games in Australia to represent his co

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WHO IS THE BETTER ATHLETE?

by Craig Fry - 10 October 2017

At every race there are those that are competing for line honours and then there is the rest of us who make up the numbers on race day. But who is the better athlete? Is it the Average Joe athlete - that I am – or the elite athletes that I see so often as part of my job? I have to blame radio personality and sports nut Brad Brown for this debate raging in my head so often as it was Brad who asked me the que

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