Category Archives: Carla van Huyssteen

Race Report: Carla van Huyssteen – Warrior #8 [Soweto]

This time of the year is always a tricky time for most athletes. There is a general sense of tiredness, everyone is slowly unwinding, whether with injuries, work overload or just emotional tiredness, so going into the final race of

Race Report: Carlva van Huyssteen – Waterra OCR #4 Bothas Hill

Sharing experiences is what life is all about and I was very happy to share this race experience with Puseletso Dladla, a local KZN runner and newly enthused OCR racer. Puseletso lives in Bothas Hill and when she showed interest

Race Report: Carla van Huyssteen – Warrior #7

Another warrior done and dusted. I can not believe the year is steamrolling ahead and the 2018 series is almost coming to an end. As the year is progressing though, mental fatigue is definitely setting in a bit. It has

Race Report: Carla van Huyssteen – Tough Mudder 2018

It started with the pledge of “The Mudder”, and finished with a shock to the system…the inaugural Tougher Mudder SA race was a hit!!   Kneeling next to my fellow mudders, pledging the “Mudder pledge”, the tone was set for

Nevarest takes on multiple events at multiple locations and gets multiple podiums

When you have the talent that we have, getting all your athletes to one event simply isn’t good enough. This weekend saw multiple races, in numerous different disciplines, happen all over the country, with the Nevarest Team showing up to

Race Report: Carla van Huyssteen – Warrior #6

Wow, so up to a few weeks ago I was very unsure if I would even be able to race at all this year again, I could barely run a few km’s without quite a severe discomfort in my left

Nevarest delivers big time at Warrior #6

After the pains of an incredibly gruelling A1 Cyanosis adventure race, Nevarest set their sights on the sixth race in the Warrior series. Greg sat out due to his lingering injury, so Louis and Michael took the reigns in the Black

Race Report: Carla van Huyssteen – Expedition Africa: Namaqua

There are not many words, images or stories that I can tell that can fully tell the story of my Expedition Africa 2018 journey in the Namaqualand. And that is probably the beauty of the race and journey, you have

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