Haley Preen claimed her first Elite Women’s title at the Elgin Grabouw leg of the XTERRA South Africa Championship on Sunday, 24 February, throwing down the gauntlet in her pursuit of the coveted national title.
A student in Germany temporarily on home soil, Linda Detering made the most of her XTERRA debut to claim gold in the women’s Lite race, in a deserving time of 01 hours 11 minutes and 3 seconds. Photo: Mark Sampson
Four years ago, Palesa Manaleng thought any chance of a career in sport was over when she suffered a cycling accident that left her paralysed from the waist down.
Today the University of Johannesburg public relations student is the South African handcycling champion in the H3 category and planning a future which includes representing her country […]
UCT 2nd-year Mechanical Engineering student Hayley Preen has grown up on XTERRA family weekends, and looks forward to starting the season doing the Lite and Full races on consecutive days in Grabouw on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 February.
South African cycling distribution company Positive Sports Solutions and the Demacon Ladies Cycling Team will next year continue their partnership, which proved highly successful in 2018.
The Demacon Ladies Cycling Team had a remarkable year in SA road cycling with their team members winning 17 of the 18 races in which they participated.
Leading the way was […]
SA para-cycling champion, Toni Mould: Read about her life as an athlete, as a person living her best life in spite of living with disability, and about the amazing contribution she makes at Bridging Abilities, an NPO serving sporting community events to disabled learners from disadvantaged backgrounds
"I'm ready for my colours" - Read this hard-hitting personal account by rising para-cyclist Palesa Deejay Manaleng, who bravely concludes: "All I want to think about is national championships, and fighting for a spot in the team."
Amy McDougall raced to a Fedhealth MTB Challenge Marathon win on debut, at the The Retreat on the Boschendal Farm Estate, on Sunday.