Category Archives: Race Reports 2016

Skyrun 100km

Malcolm and Ruan ran the Skyrun 100: A Race along the dragon’s back! Check out their riviting race reports below. Ruan managed an impressive 6th place. Malcolm’s Report: The Skyrun 100 is a race not to be underestimated…. which is

Warrior #8

The Warrior Nationals are a very big event, with the obstacles bigger and badder than they’ve been at any point during the year. The series winners are also announced and decided by this event. We had a fairly large group of

Trail ADVENTURE Smuts House Run

A beautiful Sunday morning, 13 November, was Trail Adventure’s first ever trail run at Smuts House. The terrain at Smuts House certainly was going to offer runners a more technical route with a “koppie”, river crossings and very technical rocky

Kaapsehoop Marathon

Tumi and Malcolm represented KeyHealth at the Kaap se Hoop Marathon. They both ran the 21 kilomtre route. Tumi came second in the ladies division, and Malcolm was in the top 30. They did a gret job of represeneting! Race

Spur Summer Trail Run

This was the 3rd event in the Spur Summer trail run series, at B’sorah Luxury Tented Camp in Broederstroom. I made a fairly last minute decision to do this race, and very glad I did! I entered the “long” course,

OCR World Championships

Greg, Michelle and Willem went to Canada for the OCR World Championships, sponsored by KeyHealth and Rockets regarding flights, accommodation and race kit. They had a great time as part of the SA OCR team racing for three days at

Warrior #7

In October the Warrior Race was in Cape Town, a great change of venue with a little less heat than the scorching Gauteng, as well as some more hills to run. Greg, Alec, Calen and Louis went down to the

The Otter Trail

By Brian So, it was finally time for the Otter African Trail Run! This was Retto year, with the race starting at Natures Valley and ending at Stormsriver mouth (opposite to the classic hiking direction). Race HQ was at Stormsriver,

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