The Munga 400km trail race held us captivated for 4 days. Addo 100-miler winner Naomi Brand was a pre-race favourite, but went into the race sick and had to withdraw. Here is her story …

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By the time I got to Water Point 3 (112km) I had been walking for more than 20km’s with tears running down my face … pre-race favourite Naomi Brand tells her story When things go wrong It was probably clear as daylight to everyone following The Munga on social media this past week that this […]

It’s around 3am in the morning and I’m alone on the trail without another runner in sight. Rosie Carey reflects on her first 100-mile trail race

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It’s around 3am in the morning and I’m alone on the trail without another runner in sight. Rosie Carey reflects on her first 100-mile trail race It’s around 3am in the morning and I’m alone on the trail without another runner in sight. My headlamp casts a weak circle of light on the ground in […]

Master runner Judy Bird ran the perfect race at the Spar Ladies 10km in Cape Town on April 2, winning both the veteran and master categories and breaking the route record in 38.47. Judy reflects on her race

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Judy Bird flies at Spar Ladies race Master runner Judy Bird ran the perfect race at the Spar Ladies 10km in Cape Town on April 2, winning both the veteran and master categories and breaking the route record in 38.47. Judy reflects on her race The morning  was perfect for a race – no wind, […]

The 40km Drakensberg Northern Trail is a tough and challenging skymarathon at Oliviershoek, and forms part of the SA Skyrunning series. It was KZN runner, Kim Westbrook’s, first skymarathon and here is her story

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The 40km Drakensberg Northern Trail is a tough and challenging skymarathon at Oliviershoek, and forms part of the SA Skyrunning series. It was KZN runner, Kim Westbrook's, first skymarathon and here is her story I’ve always enjoyed challenging myself. To train harder, run faster, do more and go beyond what I thought was previously possible. […]