Kesa Molotsane jumped through hoops to be able to take part in the Pietermaritzburg leg of the SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge and her efforts proved worthwhile – Molotsane is almost certain to win the 2017 SPAR Grand Prix title and the prize of R173 000.
Molotsane won the Pietermaritzburg race on Sunday after a tense battle with Rutendo Nyahora and last year’s Grand Prix winner
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Kesa Molotsane (KPMG) virtually clinched the SPAR Grand Prix with a stunning win in the Pietermaritzburg SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge on Sunday. She finished in 34.21 minutes. Rutendo Nyahora (Nedbank) was second in 34.44 and Irvette van Zyl (Nedbank) was third in 34.37.
This is the first time the Pietermaritzburg SPAR race has formed part of the Grand Prix series, so the route was unkno