Category Archives: Race Reports 2018

Race Report: Ruth Avierinos – Nissan Trailseeker #5

I was so excited to race I woke up an hour earlier this morning than I was supposed to. I did that last minute race prep and I was on my way. With some great music getting me ready for

Race Report: Louis Smit – Spartan Kings-Kloof

The Spartan Race has finally come to South Africa and was way different than I expected, new events always have a few issues to sort out but they were fairly on the ball here, the race markings were great and

Race Report: Ruth, Calen, Antonie, Jonathan – Kinetic Full Moon #3- Drakensberg

Keyhealth Nevarest Junior- Antonie Joubert, Calen Hastie, Ruth Avierinos, Jonathan Ham The third and final Full moon adventure race was held on the 27-28th October at the Qwantani resort, bordering the beautiful Sterkfontein dam. With clear waters, open skies and

Race Report: Bennie Roux – Kalahari Augrabies Extreme Marathon (KAEM) 250km

My first self-sufficient desert race ABOUT KEAM KAEM – MULTI-STAGE EXTREME MARATHON The Kalahari Augrabies Extreme Marathon (KAEM) is an adventurous and extreme, multi-stage marathon. It takes place in the breath-taking landscape of South Africa’s “Green Kalahari”, annually in

Race Report: Michelle Meyer – Spartan Race South Africa

It is always exciting when there is a new OCR event held to take part in. Each race has its own “personality” to be remembered by… and the Spartan Race is internationally known to be everything BUT “mellow”. It did

Race Report: Malcolm Dunkeld – Kinetic Full Moon Drakensberg

My friends and family all thought I was a bit crazy by choosing top spend my 33rd Birthday racing a 120km adventure race in the Free State. But as a man with a heart for Adventure, I could think of

Race Report: Michelle Meyer – OCRWC

How will an obstacle race ever be an obstacle race with less than ONE HUNDRED obstacles!? I had the opportunity to take part in the 2018 OCR World Championships, this time held in the UK. The atmosphere, the excitement and

Race Report: Louis Smit – OCRWC

Day one of the OCR World Champs could be summed up as ‘’Damn these European dudes are fast!’’. With the athletes racing 10 at a time I had no clue where I was all I knew that I was passing