Joyciline Jepkosgei Claims Maiden London Marathon Title

Kenyan long-distance runner, Joyciline Jepkosgei, stormed to victory in the elite women's race at this year's London Marathon on Sunday, 3 October 2021, crossing the line in an impressive two hours, 17 minutes, and 43 seconds. Photo: London Marathon (Twitter)

Kenyan long-distance runner, Joyciline Jepkosgei, stormed to a maiden victory in the elite women’s race at this year’s London Marathon, crossing the line in an impressive two hours, 17 minutes, and 43 seconds #MondayMotivation

Mbuthuma Eyes World Championship Gold

Introducing our #FollowFriday feature on Nedbank Running Club’s Fikile Mbuthuma, who celebrates 15 years of marathon running this year. Mbuthuma, who won Comrades Marathon gold with an historic eighth-placed finish in 2016, has World Championship gold and a Comrades Top 5 finish on her bucket list.

Rene Set to Recapture Grand Prix

The friendly city Spar 10km Women’s Challenge beckons with defending champion Irvette Van Blerk’s 2011 Grand Prix trophy likely to be reclaimed by Rene Kalmer

Kalmer Aims for Olympic Personal Best

Two Oceans 21km champ René Kalmer talks about her win, the upcoming defence of her 5000m title in PE, and the busy period leading up to the 2012 London Olympic Games

2007’s Talking Walk Launched

    More than 38 000 walkers will be participating in this year’s Discovery 702 Walk the Talk, making this South Africa’s biggest mass participation event.   

Jenny Bentel: International Rugby Referee

No stranger to breaking records, Jenny Bentel is the first South African woman referee to officiate a Women’s World Cup game last year, and in 2005 became the first woman to […]