Ethiopian runner, Tadu Nare, wins third successive 10km SPAR Grand Prix race ahead of Glenrose Xaba and Gerda Steyn in Durban.
Tadu Nare’s emphatic victory in the opening SPAR Grand Prix 10km race in Pietermaritzburg has given the 20-year-old Ethiopian a key head-start in the race for overall 2021 SPAR Grand Prix honours #GoGirls
Irvette van Zyl crossed the finish line at 3:04:23 to set a new record as the first South African female to break the 50km IAU World Record, in Gqeberha on Sunday
39-year-old Namibian star Helalia Johannes has won the 2019 SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge Grand Prix after being been crowned the competition’s most successful athlete ever
PMB Run Walk for Life runner, Beulah Fortein, and Hollywoodbets runner, Nontuthuko Mashimane get into training at the The Oval Cricket Stadium in Alexandra Park, Pietermaritzburg, ahead of the SPAR Women’s 10/5km Challenge which takes place on Sunday, 18 August, 2019.
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.
Bloemfontein-based KPMG runner Kesa Molotsane held her advantage by recording a second consecutive 10km SPAR Women’s Challenge win in Port Elizabeth.
Wins in Cape Town and Port Elizabeth among top-five finishes in all SPAR Women’s 10km Challenges won barefoot runner Diana-Lebo Phalula the fifth SPAR Grand Prix
Grand Prix leader and barefoot runner Diana-Lebo Phalula is keen to get past an injury for a good result in the SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge series concluder in Johannesburg
Irvette van Zyl strides to comfortable win of the Pretoria leg of the SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge race in a new course record