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Running Like the Kenyans
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The Kenyan Experience… Part 2   A few weeks ago I began my Kenyan journey unfit and out of shape and in desperate need of some motivation. Now as I sit at the airport waiting to return to South Africa … Read More

To Run Like a Kenyan
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When two South African athletes take on Kenya… Part 1   Trying to get back into running after an injury can be a bit of a drag. Especially when you have become fat, unfit and quite selfish with your time. … Read More

The 7 most exciting and bizarre things to try whilst injured
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  This year was disappointing to say the least. Filled with hopes, desires and dreams, desperate to achieve and yet held back by the human body. The body, which can achieve so much more than thought possible, until pushed too … Read More

In Memory of Leon Baker
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Leon was killed in a hit and run by a taxi during his morning run on Tuesday 4 July 2017.  He was a caring, honest and giving man who loved his family and his friends.  He would always go out … Read More

The Tough Challenge
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About 6 years ago I ran my first “Tough One”. The Appropriately named 32km Joburg road race is one of the golden oldies hosted by the RAC running club and one of the highlights of any keen club runner’s running … Read More

IM 70.3 Durban
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IM 70.3 Durban Race Report For the experience… My family remains my number one priority and I am so grateful to them for sharing my passions and making my life experiences a family occasion.  We included one of my favourite … Read More