Track & field supporters were treated to a speed storm of note this past weekend (Saturday, 02 March 2019) with junior track & field stars following in the footsteps of the World’s Fastest Man Usain Bolt at the PUMA School of Speed #4that was hosted at the LC de Villiers Sportsground (Pretoria).
Launched in November 2016 by PUMA and Stillwater Spor
Entries are open to Africa’s only IAAF Gold Label status marathon, the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon.
The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon has made incredible progress since its re-launch in 2014. In 2018 it was again awarded Gold Label status by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). Later that year it obtained the coveted Sports Industry 2018 Mass Participation Event of t
Multinational engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts announced their ownership, management and funding of the new Murray & Roberts Running Club.
Made during the annual Murray & Roberts Jack Cheetham and Letsema awards in Johannesburg, the Group Chief Executive, Henry Laas said: “We are very excited to launch the Murray & Roberts Running Club. We are able to
If you are relatively new to the sport of triathlon, having carved up a few sprint triathlon events along the way, and perhaps want to consider doing a Half but not quite sure that you have what it takes to finish the 1.9km swim, 90km cycle and 21km run within the cut-off time limit, then the 226 MiWayLife Brick Challenge is for you.
You might also be one of those, how shall we put this - “sl
Defending champion, Mercyline Chelangat will have a big bullseye on her back on Sunday, 14 October 2018 when she lines up at the 2nd annual FNB Durban 10K CITYSURFRUN.
In 2017 at the mere age of 20 Chelangat had showed some promise as an athlete, but with the likes of the experienced Dorcas Tuitoek, Paskalia Chepkorir and Veronica Nyaruai in the line-up, Chelangat was not expe
Uganda’s Joshua Cheptegei will return to Durban on Sunday, 14 October 2018 to defend his title at the 2nd annual FNB Durban 10K CITYSURFRUN.
In 2017 Cheptegei ran the fastest time ever on South African soil over the 10km, clocking 27:28 to break the previous all-comers record of 27:55 set by Kenya’s Andrew Limo in Port Elizabeth in 2009. Cheptegei made the decisive break in 2
An in form Glenrose Xaba is looking to keep her winning streak of 2018 going as she prepares to defend her FNB Joburg 10K CITYRUN title on National Heritage Day (Monday, 24 September).
Xaba started the season with an emphatic statement, clocking a massive personal best over the 10 000m at the Gauteng North Provincial Championships on 24 February this year, covering the 25 laps in 32:59.05. On
Defending champion, Thabang Mosiako will take on the course record holder, Namakoe Nkhasi in the 2018 version of the FNB Joburg 10K CITYRUN on Monday, 24 September (National Heritage Day).
Nkhasi blew away the favourites in the inaugural race in 2016, showing the likes of Stephen Mokoka, Elroy Gelant and Sibusiso Nzima a clean pair of heals, scorching to a winning time of 29:48 on a course that tak