There is No Stopping Tadu Nare

Ethiopian runner Tadu Nare (Nedbank) retained her unbeaten record in the SPAR Grand Prix 10km series when she won the Tshwane race ahed of Glenrose Xaba in second, and Gerda Steyn in third place at the Agricultural Research Council Farm in Irene, Tshwane on Heritage Day, Friday 24 September, 2021. Photo: Nedbank Running Club

Ethiopia’s Tadu Nare continues to dominate Spar Grand Prix 10km series. Glenrose Xaba earns third second placed finish of the series, saying international runners are motivating local runners to improve. #GoGirls #gsportAfrica #SaturdaySmile

Xaba Wins her Maiden SPAR Women’s 10km in Pretoria

Boxer runner Glenrose Xaba followed up her Totalsports 10km win in July by winning her maiden SPAR Women’s 10km title, at Supersport Park in Pretoria on 4 August, 2018, where she was followed by Nedbank’s Rutendo Nyahora, and KPMG runner and Grand Prix defending champion, Kesa Molotsane.

Brit Tish Jones Scoops SPAR 10km Challenge in Durban

British marathon athlete Tish Jones led the Durban leg of the 2017 SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge from start to finish to take the title ahead of current Grand Prix leader Kesa Moletsane and Lebogang Phalula in third.

Gemeda, Makhanya and Kalmer Share 10km Honours

Ethiopian Gezashigh Hunduma Gemeda won the final race of the 2013 SPAR 10km Challenge while Rene Kalmer was the first SA finisher home, while Mapaseka Makhanya secures the Grand Prix title with sizeable lead over her competitors

Ladies Queueing Up for PE 10km Challenge

The SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge promises bigger prizes at the 20th running of the Port Elizabeth event on 4 May, and launches a 2km Little Ladies race among exciting developments

Nyahora Storms to Opening 2013 10km Challlenge Win

Nedbank AGN athlete, Zimbabwe’s Rutendo Nyahora raced to a clear 12-second win in the opening of the five 2013 SPAR Grand Prix races, at the SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge in Cape Town this morning, ahead of Mapaseka Makhanya and Zintle Xiniwe, with 2012 defending champ Rene Kalmer – taking her time recovering from injury, finishing in fourth place