Dreyer Claims Skyrun 100km Women’s Title

Over the past weekend, the K-Way Skyrun 100km race took to the Eastern Cape where Jeannie Dreyer was crowned the women’s title winner.

Skyrunning has become one of the toughest mountain trails over the past decade as it has represented some of the most-challenging trails and has taken the world by storm.

Dreyer is a well-known adventure racer and trail athlete who came in ninth overall as the first women to cross the line in 17:48:25 on Saturday, 16 November, to add to her already jam-packed year.

The athlete had been involved in the Dusi Canoe Marathon, Cape Epic and ran her first Comrades Marathon and has added the Skyrun 100km race to her list, with a winner’s medal in hand.



Photo 1 Caption: K-Way Skyrun 100km women’s race winner, Jeannie Dreyer, pictured with her winner’s medal on Saturday, 16 November 2019. Photo: Llewellyn Lloyd – Reblex Photography



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