Tebogo Masehla, Mpho Mabuza, Sunette Viljoen, Mapaseka Makhanya and Lebo Phalula among big-name starts to contest SA Athletics Championships from 12-13 April at the Coetzernburg Stadium
2013 SA Cross Country annual trials champ Lebo Phalula leads ASA team’s 7-woman contingent, including wild-card Lorraine Novela, to the CAA Southern Region Cross Country Championships in Maseru on 2 March
An out-of-form Lebo Phalula beat the best Mapaseka Makhanya (2nd) and Nolene Conrad (3rd) had to offer, to win the senior women’s title at the 2013 Athletics SA Cross Country trials in Boksburg on Saturday, and put herself into pole position for a place in the ASA teams to the Southern Region Championships, and World Championships
Nolene Conrad and Lebo Phalula included in ASA squad for SA Cross Country Trials, in Boksburg on 26 January. The trials are open to any individual, local and international who wants to challenge athletes in the ASA squad, as well as those looking to test their fitness levels.
Irvette van Blerk has won the Johannesburg SPAR 10Km Challenge on Sunday morning, ending in second place in the 2012 Grand Prix series behind her teammate Rene Kalmer, who withdrew for injury.
The Phalula twins hot favourites with in-form Nolene Conrad and Mpho Mabuza for the 2012 SA Cross Country Champs title, which will also serve to select the SA team to the World Cross Country Championships in Poland next year
Despite the hot and dry conditions, SA Olympic marathon finisher and Nedbank CGA runner Rene Kalmer wins the Pretoria leg of the 2012 SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge in a time of 34.50, ahead of Rutendo Nyahora (who also finished 2nd in 2011) and Nolene Conrad (her 1st podium in a SPAR 10km Challenge)
Lebogang Phalula dominated the senior women’s 8km SA Cross Country Trials in Potchefstroom on Saturday from the very start of the race, and went into the last lap with a massive lead – almost 150m on her closest competitors, to win the trials. According to Lebogang it was not a difficult race for her to […]
Three-times Soweto Marathon winner, Lesotho’s Mamarola Tjoka, emerged from a success defence of her Tshwane Nedbank Matha Series road race title on Saturday, after winning in 1:16:50.