The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon is on track to host the first IAAF gold label city marathon in Africa. The 42.2km road race has made huge strides since it was relaunched in 2014, quickly establishing its place as one of only a select few marathons in the world to achieve IAAF gold label status.
Last year’s winners, Britain’s Tish Jones and Ethiopia’s Asefa Mengstu Negewo, have
South Africa has a long distance running culture second to none. So how does a South African self-professed running fanatic living in Australia, adapt to the Aussie running culture? Glyn Hughes shares his experience with Run24.
I've come a long way on the running front. Returning back to South Africa from Dublin, Ireland, in 2003 – having given up playing league Squash and Cricket -
Imagine starting a race as a 59-year-old, and by the time you cross the finish line, you are a year older. It sounds impossible, but it did happen.
Suzette Venter (Nedbank Running Club) was 59 years old at the start of this year’s Washie 100 Miler and 25 hours, and 32 minutes later when she finished, she was 60. She even changed race categories, starting as a Masters athlete and finishing as