Rene Kalmer rates SPAR Grand Prix leader Mapaseka Makhanya’s chances of driving off in the 2013 prize car highly, but believes that sister Christine stands an even chance of hauling her in
Mapaseka Makhanya leads the SPAR Grand Prix leaderboard going into the Durban Women’s 10km Challenge, but 2012 season champ Rene Kalmer is back from injury, and will test her and Port Elizabeth winner, Zimbabwe’s Rutendo Nyahora
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder as the Durban and Pretoria legs of the SPAR Women’s 10km challenge launched in Durban and Pretoria respectively on Tuesday
Top Pollock Beach SPAR 10km Challenge contender Irvette van Zyl, fresh from setting a PB at the London Marathon, antcipates a fierce struggle for top place, and a fast time in Port Elizabeth this weekend
The SPAR Grand Prix title race has been thrown wide open after race one, which sees Transnet’s Mapaseka Makhanya lead the standings on 19 points.
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
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Leading Results at the SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge, at Green Point in Cape Town, on Sunday, 16 March, 2013
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
Caster Semenya talks to gsport about her mental focus as she prepares for the IAAF’s 2013 World Championships in Athletics in mid-August, in Moscow, Russia.