Samantha Reilly Wins Saturday’s Cape Town Trail Marathon

Cape Town local Samantha Reilly won the 46-kilometre Cape Town Trail Marathon in a remarkable display of grit and determination despite the scorching heat, on Saturday, 14 October, 2023. Photo: Cape Town Trial Marathon on Instagram

Cape Town local Samantha Reilly won Saturday’s 46-kilometre Cape Town Trail Marathon in a remarkable display of athletic endurance, Lijan Burger takes gold in the 22km Trial Marathon, and Irvette van Zyl was thrilled with her 10km win

Team Stopforth de Groot Win sani2c Stage Race

Biogen Ladies’ Ischen Stopforth and Robyn de Groot held onto their overnight lead to claim overall victory in the three-day Nedbank sani2c mountain bike race in Scottburgh on Saturday

Speedy Injury Gives Epic Challengers Hope

Race leader Yolande Speedy took a painful tumble on the penultimate stage of the 2013, putting her continued pursuit of the 2013 title in jeopardy, as C-Bear’s Sara Mertens and Laura Turpijn capitalise to win the Absa Cape Epic stage 6 on Saturday

Speedy Overcomes Broken Ribs to Win Cape Epic

2013 Absa Cape Epic leader Catherine Williamson sheppards her injured Energas team-mate Yolande Speedy home in 6th place on stage 7, to win a remarkable Elite Ladies title by more than 90 minutes in Stellenbosch on Sunday

Speedy and Williamson Extend Epic Lead

Brit-South African team of Catherine Williamson and Yolande Speedy win their third consecutive stage on the Absa Cape Epic in Wellington on Thursday, extending their overall lead to 1 hour, 40 minutes and 31 seconds going into stage five on Friday

Energas Claim Fourth Straight Epic Stage Win

With two stages to go, Team Energas’ leading ladies Yolande Speedy (Right) and Catherine Williamson have extended their Absa Cape Epic advantage to more than 2 hours after their fourth consecutive stage win in Wellington on Friday

Speedy Lauds Williamson for Cape Epic Orange Jersey

The first change of the Absa Cape Epic’s Orange leader’s jersey happened on the second stage on Tuesday, when SA-Brit due Yolande Speedy and Catherine Williamson won their first stage victory, and overtook stage 1 overnight leaders Team BMC Wheeler’s lead

Energas Look Unbeatable after Second Stage Win

With early race leader Esther Süss now retired for medical reasons, the Brit-South African team of Catherine Williamson and Yolande Speedy win their second straight stage on the Absa Cape Epic in Tulbagh on Wednesday, for an overall lead of 1 hour, 6 minutes and 45 seconds going into stage four on Thursday

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Süss and Nuessli Build on Cape Epic Lead

Team BMC Wheeler’s Esther Süss and Jane Nuessli will continue in the Absa Cape Epic ladies’ leaders orange jersey after crossing the Stage 1 finish line first on Monday, and increasing their lead over second-placed Yolande Speedy and Catherine Williamson