Uganda’s Joshua Cheptegei was touted as the race favourite at the inaugural FNB Durban 10K CITYSURFRUN – and the 21-year-old World Championship 10 000m silver medallist delivered, when he smashed the South African All-Comers Record of 27:55 set by Richard Limo in Port Elizabeth in 2004. Cheptegei crossed the line in 27:28 for the fourth fastest time in the world this year, as well as a Ugandan N
Sunday will see history in the making when an attempt on the fastest time in the world over 10km for 2017 is made at the FNB Durban 10K CITYSURFRUN. To ensure that this objective is achieved, and possibly a South African record, a stellar field that has never before been seen in South Africa has been assembled.
Spearheading the men’s line up is World Championship 10 000m silver medallist
Athletics as a whole has improved tremendously in South Africa, with especially Track & Field athletes showing great results with Olympic medals and World Records, to name but a few accomplishment in the last couple of months. Recently the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon became the first road race in Africa to achieve IAAF Gold Label Status. But it seems when it comes to sponsorships, Athletics is still the stepsis