Team OCR

Race Update #1: Expedition Africa [Namaqua]

“This race is going to be all about heart. It will push you further than you ever imagined” expressed an emotional Heidi Muller at race briefing. Today Two KeyHealth Nevarest Teams lined up at the start line in Doringbaai, Namaqua

Race Report: Michelle Meyer – Beast #15

The Beast # 15   It felt like it had been such a long time since I did an OCR race, it was great to be back! The Beast still has an impressive amount of obstacles spread out across the

Race Report: Calen Hastie – Beast #15

The Beast #15 It had been a while since I had participated in a beast race. Nonetheless, I was excited to be taking part again and representing my team not only as a solo participant but as a team member

Race Report: Louis Smit – The Beast #15

The Beast usually a really tough race to run and with Jason Freedman designing the courses always makes for some real strength orientated obstacles plus the terrain always makes for tough running as one always struggles to get into a

Race Report: Dylan van Tonder – The air up there

This was my second race that has taken place in Lesotho and the altitude and the cold still played a major factor in how my running changed. We arrived on Friday and 2 hours later competed in the uphill 1km

Race Report: Carla van Huyssteen – African X Trail Run

The AfricanX trail run is one of the few multi-stage trail running events in South Africa that is a team based event. Teams of two run together for 3 days over 3 stages covering about 90km of trails. Why do