Runtheberg Newsletter December 2019

Hey Runthebergers!

Midsummer in Mzansi! For most South Africans that means that 2019 is done. All we have to do now is stay out of trouble at the office parties, survive the traditional festive season overindulgence, laugh our way through the loadshedding, and it’s the third decade of the 21st Century! Oh, and make sure we buy the PERFECT Christmas presents. Have we got something for you on THAT score! But more about that later…

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Runtheberg Newsletter August 2019

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Hey Runthebergers!

Yep, we are only two weeks away from Spring and just five weeks away from another awesome event! Still time to get your entries in, book your accommodation, bang together a training program and get to enjoy the mountain running extravaganza that is Runtheberg!

Besides our friends in Cape Town it seems that most of us never really had a winter this year. The downside is that some of the flu bugs are lingering longer than usual, but the upside is that we had the perfect winter running season. AND with the mild temperatures we are already seeing the green shoots coming through in the Berg. Runtheberg 2019 promises to be the greenest yet! Make sure you have space on your phone to take loads of photos.

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August is Women’s Month. We at Runtheberg are very proud to be part of a sport where “getting chicked” is an actual thing, where more than half of the field at many trail running events is made up of women, and where increasingly we are seeing our talented female athletes winning and placing Overall. In this, our second Runtheberg Newsletter, we highlight the huge role that our wonderful women runners have played in the ongoing success of the Runtheberg phenomenon. We asked five lady Runthebergers to share with us what trail running means to them. The responses were outstanding – diverse, interesting, powerfully humbling and fantastically inspiring. Thank you, ladies.

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What Trail Running means to me….

Zoe Papadakis

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Passionate heart-on-her-sleeve trail runner and KZN surfer-girl giving CT a go. Runtheberg Extreme 2018 2nd Place.

Trail running is not just a sport, and to me it is not just about the podium finishes. It is about being part of a bigger family who shares your love and passion for the trails. The energy and camaraderie is the most incredible thing to experience. Trail running is also something deeply personal to me. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and it has helped keep me at an even keel. Without trial running, and its people, I’d tip into oblivion.

Nontuthuko Mgabhi

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Richards Bay businesswoman, mountain lover, mountain climber, ultra-runner, and even (gasp) a few Comrades. Veteran of a few Runthebergs.

Trail Running is an act of self-care for me. It’s an experience. The scenery, peace and tranquility provides a deep and rich experience of life (the who I Am). It enables me to be at my physical and mental peak – which I need in order to experience life fully. Trail Running facilitates my ability to enter Zen (peace) – it leads me to a place of needing nothing. A place of Being Enough.

I run because I Love – I have Love of all things. Running is Happiness – it’s Fun! I love the Playfulness and non-seriousness that comes with running.

Jill Scott

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True Capetonian unicorn, carer of special kids, lover of adventure and tough mountain and desert trails. Runtheberg Challenge 2018 finisher.

I always get asked “how fit does one have to be” or “how fast does one’s time have to be” to be able to trail. All you need is love for adventure, courage to go where the trail leads you and the determination to finish. Coming “last” has been my trademark for the last 3 years of trailing but I’m always greeted as a gold medalist when I cross that finish line. Trail running is for anyone that wants to climb mountains. It doesn’t matter how slow you are or how big you are or about taking a place. It’s about you versus you out there. Trail running taught me that I can go much further than I thought I could and push myself in ways I never dreamed. And that filters through to life as well. Trail running isn’t for the faint hearted, it’s for those who run with heart. Anyone can trail, without fail.

Nicolette Griffioen

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SA Champion trail runner, mountain lover, animal lover, about to qualify as a Veterinarian. Runtheberg Extreme 2017 Champion.

Trail running means so many different things to me. If I’ve had a busy day, it gives peace and quiet to clear my mind. If I feel I need a new challenge, then I choose an inspiring race to work towards. It has brought me into contact with some amazing people that I would otherwise probably have never met. But mostly it’s about spending time in nature, exploring, discovering the amazing variety of fauna and flora we are blessed with in South Africa, and simultaneously spending quality time with loved ones. Trail running keeps me sane.

Riana Van Der Merwe

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Teacher. Farmer. Mentor. Mountain addict and travel junkie, often at the same time. Runtheberg is in her blood – one of the original trail scouts, participant and even sweeper.

I love mountains. And I love running. I also love travelling. Why not combine the three? And to share that with the love of your life means that happiness has been found.

Running is hard and relentless. Only your own legs and internal resources count. You train when nobody watches. As a wife, having a career and raising very busy children, you need to often tell people you have an appointment. They don’t need to know the appointment is with your running shoes. And with your husband. Most of our plans are made while we run. They tell me we are lucky. I know we are.

Distance Running – Strategy for Completing and not Competing

By Ian J Corless

From the very first ParkRun every one of us is drawn, sometimes unwillingly, to longer and longer distances. However very few of us can truly RUN 100 miles. Internationally renowned adventurer, photographer, mountaineer, runner and coach shares with us his strategy for making distance manageable. “Walking and learning to walk is the friend of ultra distance. Embrace it and plan for it.”

Mountain Adventure Lovers looking for something Fun & Different? The UK 3 Peaks Challenge is for you!

(by Warren King, Runtheberg Race Organiser)

From the moment I saw this online about 10 years ago I knew I wanted to do it. With a visa that was about to expire unused and a couple of mad friends in the right place at the right time, 2019 was the year!

What is the UK 3 Peaks Challenge, you ask? Firstly, it’s not a “race” but a “challenge”. This means it is not a fixed-date event but rather something that can be done at any time. Although anybody with any experience of British weather will know that it’s likely to be much more fun (and do-able) in the short summer window of June / July / August. Essentially it is a self-guided, self-supported expedition summiting the highest peaks in the contiguous United Kingdom: Ben Nevis (1345m) in Scotland, Scafell Pike (978m) in England and Snowdon (1085m) in Wales IN 24 HOURS. (For the record the 3 Peaks Challenge society does run a few organised group challenges during the summer months for those looking for company or not wanting to bother with logistics.)

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How did it happen? This is where those “mad friends” come in. Speaking to Runtheberg veteran and current globetrotter Nicky Meredith a few months ago, I randomly mentioned that this was something I’d always been interested in. Before you could say “Brexit, baby”, we had a date picked, Nicky had registered our Challenge with the Three Peaks Challenge society (www.threepeakschallenge.uk), and convinced mad friend #2, husband Jason, that he was the perfect candidate for the job of Designated Driver (and just to keep his own running CV up to date, husband Jason ran the super-cool Hadrians Wall Ultramarathon a few days before our mountain adventure).

The nature of The Challenge is that you can start any time you choose on your designated day and you can do it in any order. We pretty much went text book and chose to start in Scotland with Ben Nevis, followed by Scafell Pike in England and finishing in Wales with Snowdon. We met up in Glasgow, fortified ourselves with haggis and whisky, and headed north into some of the wildest, greenest, most spectacular countryside you will see anywhere, stopping only for a fantastically icy swim in forbiddingly gorgeous Loch Lomond (another Bucket List item ticked. And no, no monsters).

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Following a hearty pub meal in Fort William, the closest town to Ben Nevis, we hit the trail at about 18h00. 40km of trail, 3100m of net ascent, 750km of driving, and 22 hours and 40 minutes later we stopped our watches in the Welsh town of Llanberis at the bottom of Snowdon. Challenge completed!

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There is no space here for detail, other than to say that every aspect of the experience was off-the-charts awesome!

Each mountain was tough in its own way, but each mountain was gloriously spectacular! In addition, the different mountain regions – the Scottish Highlands, the English Lake District, and Welsh Snowdonia – were all stunningly beautiful. The drives alone can be heartily recommended. As far as UK weather goes, we were lucky. Zero visibility and icy sleet at the top of Ben Nevis (which counts as a fine day in the Highlands) but blue skies in England and Wales. The 3 Peaks were ALL bitterly cold at the summits, but nothing that some well-considered Compulsory Race Kit couldn’t handle. We were prepared for some night running, but with the amount of daylight in the UK in midsummer and with our timing, we never used our headlamps. The trails were adequately marked and were technical enough to be interesting. As expected the gradients were all fairly steep directly uphill to the top, but were all runnable to some extent or another on the downs.

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The roads are excellent and the driving was easy, notwithstanding a LOT of the country road version of one-vehicle single-track (and if I never again hear the map lady say “at the roundabout, take the second exit” it will be too soon!). That being said it is an absolute necessity to have a designated driver. Trying to do the climbing AND the driving would have become altogether unpleasant.

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We saw lots of cool fluffy white sheep and were comforted by never being too far from other hikers / walkers / runners and people doing other different challenges (such as the 3 Peaks Challenge on foot, bicycle and kayak – one to come back for?). Everybody we encountered on the mountains and on the road was super friendly, very hospitable to us as tourists, and full of respect and encouragement as soon as they heard what we were doing (because we told them, of course). This Challenge is quite well known in that part of the world.

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On finishing we submitted our GPS tracks to the 3 Peaks Society, and were awarded a wonderfully cheesy Certificate.

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For anybody looking for something different, challenging, spectacularly beautiful and just FUN to do, the UK 3 Peaks Challenge is unconditionally recommended!

Runtheberg Accommodation

In this regular segment we feature the very special accommodation options that abound in the Runtheberg Valley and surrounds, and that all contribute in their own unique way to the unforgettable experience that is a Runtheberg weekend.

Firstly it is with some sadness that we confirm that the Orion Mont-Aux-Sources Hotel is closed until further notice.

Montusi Mountain Lodge

In our previous newsletter we touched on the history of the Carte family in the Runtheberg valley, and the story behind The Cavern. Montusi Mountain Lodge is the “other” big chapter in the saga. Established in June 2000, Montusi mixes the perfect balance of luxury, conservation, and the essential mountain experience that is the glorious Drakensberg.

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Guests can enjoy one of 16 beautifully appointed stand-alone chalet suites, all with breath-taking panoramic views of the Amphitheatre and surrounding mountains.

The full range of mountain activities is on offer, including spectacular horse-riding excursions and even on occasion guided trail runs, while the world class chefs ensure that guests will have no problem replacing calories burned, and then some.

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You can even get some race practise in on the eponymous Montusi Mountain, which features prominently on Runtheberg Day Two! Check out www.montusi.co.za

Right! Enough reading and looking at pictures! Get your shoes on and hit those trails. Don’t forget #runtheberg2019 28/29 September!

See you in the Berg!

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The Runtheberg Team

Newsletter #1 2019

Hey Runthebergers!

Wow! 2019! And already February! But it’s never to late to wish everybody a Happy New Year and raise a glass to health, happiness and fun on the trails.

As Runtheberg heads into its sixth year (can you believe it?!) and goes from strength to strength, it’s all thanks to our ever-growing Runtheberg Family – you guys! As a thank you, and in response to something you guys have been asking us for a while, 2019 sees the launch of the eagerly awaited Runtheberg Newsletter. With trail running continuing to grow at a pace, we thought this will be a great platform to keep you abreast of developments and trends in our beloved sport as well as to share some cool insight behind the scenes at Runtheberg.

Trailrunning as a Lifestyle and a Philosophy

“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.” John Muir

This simple statement encapsulates a big chunk that is the joy and the fulfilment that is trail running. Although running on trails as a modern sporting pastime and in any kind of organised event is a relatively new phenomenon, man has been running in nature since about the time we learned to walk upright. It’s in our genes.

Today’s trail runners are usually not hunting down prey or fleeing from predators, but they retain the primal joy that comes from testing the body, stretching the mind, and being at one with the ancient and immense natural environment. This is the fabled “runners’ high” but so much more. In the endless friendly rivalry between dedicated road runners and committed trail junkies, one of the points of difference that is consistently highlighted is how on the trail there is no such thing as “zoning out”. Or at least not without risking serious injury. We all know that strong talented road runner who sticks their toe into the trail world and does quite well but doesn’t rush back. Often this is because they don’t like the fact that they have to concentrate constantly. Obviously, this is exhausting, and it surprises many runners who have an instinctive energy expenditure budget per kilometre.

Simply put a kilometre’s worth of effort on a trail is, depending on the various aspects of the trail, usually the equivalent of 1.3 to 2 kilometres’ worth of effort on the road. On top of this, the objective demand of constant awareness means that there is very seldom the luxury of being able to retreat into one’s own head, which some road runners enjoy and actually value as their “down time” from the stresses of daily life, whereas the trail runner expands their consciousness OUT of their own head merging with the natural environment that surrounds them, achieving the same but enhanced “down time” effect.

Although it is growing fast on a worldwide basis, trail running remains a niche sport, with event participation limited by necessity as a consequence of the remote locations of most races and the actual number of runners that different trails can accommodate (*).

In addition, not many people are fortunate enough to live close enough to trails to be able to regularly get out and train, whereas pretty much everybody lives on some sort of road or another. As a result, we find that although “extreme sports” in general have become more accepted in the mainstream and event participation becomes more widespread, trail running retains its almost proudly anti-establishment counter culture. This why we love it! And this is why, even as we welcome increasing numbers of road runners to the joys of the trail, it is critical we never lose sight of the wonderful privilege that it is to RUN WILD.

(* By way of our own example, even before opening entries to Runtheberg #1 back in 2014 we capped our entries at 450 runners, ensuring that every participant from the winners to the back markers were guaranteed an awesome all-round experience both on and off the trails. With experience and taking into account a lot of runner feedback, we subsequently increased the limit to 600 runners (in total across both Extreme and Challenge races), and notwithstanding having to regularly turn away entrants, we can say with confidence that Runtheberg remains an awesomely fun authentic mountain running experience.)

Our Story

For our inaugural Newsletter we thought we would answer the question that so many of you keep asking us year after year. How did Runtheberg come about? Also, it’s a cool story!

Way back in May 2013 I came down from Joburg with fellow trail runner and girlfriend at the time Angela for a weekend of mountain running, hiking, eating and drinking. Staying at the wonderful Montusi Mountain Resort and relaxing in the bar after an inspiring day on the trails, I got into a conversation with Lindsay, one of proprietors and managers at Montusi, and the discussion turned to trail running. At the time, a Google search of “Drakensberg Trail Running” would have come up with the Mont-Aux-Sources Challenge and very little else, and I remember asking Lindsay why they had not organised a trail run event. Lindsay’s reply went something along the lines of that they had kind of thought about it, hadn’t done anything about it, but might be interested to pursue it.

Now at the time, I was on sabbatical, having recently escaped from the quintessential corporate life and had temporarily (I thought at the time) swapped out my suit & tie for trail shoes and a camelbak. Having participated in a few great trail events over the past couple of years, this looked like interesting thing to pursue. Back in JHB I dropped an email to Lindsay who forwarded it to her sister and brother-in-law, Chris & Loretta, who owned and ran the adjacent All Out Adventures Adventure Centre, organised the annual Royal Drakensberg Challenge MTB race as a fundraiser for the local primary school, and maintained the incredible network of trails in the area. Chris was also an avid mountain biker, adrenalin junkie and veteran of some of SA’s top MTB events. They were interested.

Cut to a meeting one month later in the Montusi lounge area and one of the very first principles that have underpinned the event ever since emerged – life is all about gut feel, loyalty and trust, and is way too short to spend time with people or doing things you don’t like. Oh, and laughter! Angela came up with the name and Runtheberg was born.

Armed with the freedom of a literal blank slate, we decided on things like event format, race distances, and, critically, where we wanted to pitch ourselves. We were unanimous from the outset that Runtheberg would be a high-quality professional event where the overall runner experience would never be compromised. On and off the trails. We are pleased to say that this remains one of the core principles of Runtheberg to this day.

The next 15 months was a whirlwind of route planning, trail recces, landowner discussions, vendor-partner meetings, race-shirt designs and road trips. If anybody thinks that trail races just happen, they don’t! It was a huge amount of hard work, but don’t let anyone tell you that hard work can’t be fun! It was!

Lots of road trips between Joburg and the mountains, hours on the trails with my patient partners and my trusty traildogs, hours poring over route maps and elevation profiles working out the optimal positioning of the water tables, getting lost on the mountain and running out of daylight with no headlamp, pre-race route marking, which is at once the toughest and most rewarding parts of any Race Organiser’s life, hours of admin perfecting safety protocols, medical emergency plans, regulatory municipal approvals, registration sheets and goodie bag stuffing……and every time I returned to the mountains I was struck afresh by the near-magical flow of the most technical true mountain running trails I have ever had the pleasure to run on. And that the Runtheberg Extreme really IS Extreme!

One of the other highlights of the Runtheberg phenomenon has been the pleasure of getting to know and working with the Carte, Du Plessis, and Duff families at Montusi Mountain Lodge, and the Carte and Bedingham families at The Cavern Resort and Sungubala Eco Lodge, without whose participation and support our awesome event would not have been possible.

Of course, as anyone involved in any successful venture will tell you, it takes a village. A huge part of the Runtheberg story are the relationships that started at the very beginning of the journey and that continue today. Nutrition partners Racefood, whose fantastic Farbars and Fastbars have become the #proudlysouthafrican staple of trail runners and other athletes across the country (and sometimes the world). Kit partners Anatomic, #proudlysouthafrican manufacturers of high-quality sportswear who have helped our uniquely designed Runtheberg technical race shirts become legends in SA sport.

This was just a small insight into the blood, sweat, fun and laughter that is our story. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!

Runtheberg Personality #1

In this feature, which we hope to be a regular, we will highlight some of the colourful characters that have contributed to making Runtheberg the exciting, fun, tough and rewarding adventure that it is.

Mandla Mncube

Our very own local King of the Mountain, Mandla has been part of the race since the beginning. Extreme Champion in 2015, he has competed every year, with a couple of other Runtheberg podium finishes under his belt and even as he heads towards the Veteran category has never finished outside of the Top 6.

But it’s off the trail that Mandla really made his mark on the race. Being one of the senior Northern Drakensberg runners, he has represented the local running community from the start, helping both Organisers and runners to set up the Runtheberg Community Runner initiative. The success of this is evident in the consistent presence on the Runtheberg podium of up and coming young local trail stars, some of whom have gained enough exposure to go on and get mentorship and sponsorship support enabling them to compete nationally.

In addition, Mandla has been pivotal in helping us ensure that our fantastic annual Community Shoe Drive is as effective as it can be, getting the shoes onto the feet of deserving runners in the region. Finally, in addition to training and working as a forest fire-fighter, he has been instrumental in setting up and driving the local Drakensberg Amakhaya Sporting initiative, which helps identify, coach and support young sporting talent in this remote mountain community.

Thank you Mandla Mncube for being part of our story. Ngiyabonga uliqhawe!

Runtheberg Accommodation

In this segment, hopefully another future regular, we will feature one of the very special accommodation options that abound in the Runtheberg Valley and surrounds, and that all contribute in their own unique way to the unforgettable experience that is a Runtheberg weekend.

The Cavern Drakensberg Resort & Spa

We thought it only fitting to kick off the accommodation feature with The Cavern. After all our Day One Start is on the hotel’s front lawn!

One of the oldest resorts in the Drakensberg mountains, The Cavern began its life as the simple, rustic homestead in 1941. In the 1970’s Carte brothers Peter and Anthony took over from their parents Bill and Ruth, and together with their pioneering wives Rhona and Jean grew The Cavern from a small guest farm into a thriving resort. The resort was always about active family fun and friendship, and was a great place for the 7 Carte cousins to grow up. (*Footnote: Runtheberg partner Loretta, mentioned above, is one of the 7 cousins!)

Decades later the formula of adventure, mountains, family and fun remains a winning one, and the upgraded, updated Cavern phenomenon continues to be one of the icons of Drakensberg resorts. It is now excellently run by the 3rd generation, Hilton & Megan Bedingham and Lesley Carte.

The Cavern offers a wide variety of rooms and suites, as well as a host of family accommodation options, providing something for pretty much everyone. Their dining room and pub are legendary throughout the country, and the range of activities on offer will ensure that from toddlers all the way to extreme adventure junkies, no one will go home bored.

The Cavern has been and remains a big part of the Runtheberg story. It is an ideal accommodation choice for your Runtheberg weekend, but be warned, it fills up fast so book early.

The Cavern Drakensberg Resort & Spa continues to earn its nickname: The resort of many happy returns.

That’s it for now! Happy trail running and mountain adventuring. Don’t forget to get your entries for Runtheberg 2019 in early and remember that we’ve gone back to our original race weekend, which this year is 28 & 29 September 2019.

See you in the Berg!

The Runtheberg Team

2018 Results | Challenge

Race No
Full Name
Sex
Age Cat
Stage1
Stage2
Total Time
Age Pos
Ov Pos
333
MXOLISI NDLOVU
M
19 to 39
1:19:04
1:01:30
2:20:34
1
1
267
SPHESIHLE THWALA
M
19 to 39
1:22:18
1:03:54
2:26:13
2
2
310
MARK MACKENZIE
M
19 to 39
1:34:24
1:12:29
2:46:54
3
3
103
THOBANI DLADLA
M
19 to 39
1:36:35
1:24:13
3:00:49
4
4
219
HARDUS VAN DER MERWE
M
U18
1:47:19
1:18:23
3:05:42
1
5
145
DOUGLAS HENDRY
M
40 to 49
1:46:17
1:20:47
3:07:04
1
6
210
NINA DURIEUX
F
19 to 39
1:53:39
1:25:17
3:18:56
1
1
132
LUAN VAN RHYN
M
40 to 49
1:52:19
1:28:15
3:20:35
2
7
197
RONAN OELOFSEN
M
50 to 59
1:54:21
1:27:47
3:22:09
1
8
175
NKOSIKONA MAZENDALA
M
19 to 39
1:57:43
1:25:47
3:23:30
5
9
155
LUZELLE VAN NIEKERK
F
19 to 39
1:56:05
1:27:51
3:23:57
2
2
307
SHELTON BELL
M
19 to 39
2:08:01
1:17:06
3:25:08
6
10
106
RORY FLANNAGAN
M
19 to 39
1:58:38
1:26:29
3:25:08
7
11
109
JUANITA VAN GREUNEN
F
40 to 49
2:01:17
1:27:09
3:28:27
1
3
107
TIM KEEGAN
M
50 to 59
1:58:35
1:30:01
3:28:37
2
12
265
CARON ASKEW
F
40 to 49
2:00:11
1:28:46
3:28:58
2
4
336
STEFANO MIGLIORE
M
50 to 59
2:04:04
1:29:01
3:33:06
3
13
151
CATHERINE HENDRY
F
19 to 39
1:59:38
1:33:45
3:33:24
3
5
220
SARAH CAIRNS
F
40 to 49
2:01:12
1:32:34
3:33:47
3
6
218
ROSEMARY MOORE
F
40 to 49
2:01:12
1:37:33
3:38:45
4
7
179
TARRYN GORDON-BENNETT
F
40 to 49
2:06:06
1:33:04
3:39:11
5
8
305
JAMES BURNE
M
19 to 39
2:07:57
1:32:09
3:40:06
8
14
316
CARMEN SCHORN
F
19 to 39
2:07:59
1:32:10
3:40:09
4
9
180
GARETH KEMP
M
19 to 39
2:05:19
1:35:35
3:40:55
9
15
182
MEYER THEUNISSEN
M
40 to 49
2:05:20
1:35:37
3:40:58
3
16
225
FRANCES VAN DER MERWE
F
U18
2:10:25
1:31:27
3:41:52
1
10
211
JASON RUGG
M
19 to 39
2:07:35
1:35:14
3:42:49
10
17
325
MANUELA BOTHA
F
40 to 49
2:08:26
1:35:01
3:43:27
6
11
161
NEIL VAN DER WEELE
M
60+
2:07:25
1:37:02
3:44:28
1
18
104
ALAN BONIFACE
M
19 to 39
2:06:56
1:38:18
3:45:14
11
19
338
FELIX BERTHOU
M
U18
2:04:37
1:41:42
3:46:19
2
20
216
SANDRA PARKES
F
40 to 49
2:09:23
1:38:06
3:47:29
7
12
181
CRAIG HEAN
M
40 to 49
2:09:00
1:39:32
3:48:33
4
21
304
SIMON CLARKE
M
19 to 39
2:09:02
1:39:33
3:48:36
12
22
321
MATTHEW WORRALL
M
19 to 39
2:05:03
1:43:36
3:48:40
13
23
183
NICHOLAS ALLISON
M
19 to 39
2:19:11
1:29:41
3:48:52
14
24
115
JASON STURZENEGGER
M
19 to 39
2:07:05
1:43:31
3:50:36
15
25
278
SACHA BACKES
M
40 to 49
2:10:13
1:41:29
3:51:42
5
26
279
VILAYKHAM BACKES
F
40 to 49
2:10:37
1:41:27
3:52:05
8
13
322
CHERYL WHELAN
F
40 to 49
2:13:26
1:39:29
3:52:55
9
14
327
JONI WARBURTON
F
19 to 39
2:10:03
1:43:02
3:53:05
5
15
178
CRAIG GORDON-BENNETT
M
19 to 39
2:12:23
1:42:13
3:54:37
16
27
318
NICKY TAYLOR
F
19 to 39
2:11:59
1:45:31
3:57:31
6
16
315
WAYNE WARBURTON
M
19 to 39
2:12:46
1:44:49
3:57:36
17
28
312
SEAN SMITH
M
40 to 49
2:18:09
1:39:31
3:57:41
6
29
154
BENJAMIN SMOLOWITZ
M
40 to 49
2:19:52
1:40:22
4:00:14
7
30
309
JANI GEYER
F
19 to 39
2:14:07
1:46:08
4:00:16
7
17
233
ELLA MORRISON
F
40 to 49
2:18:03
1:42:27
4:00:31
10
18
253
JAZMIN ANTONIE-SKELTON
F
U18
2:15:49
1:45:51
4:01:41
2
19
251
ISABELLA NUCCI-HARTLEY
F
U18
2:15:49
1:45:51
4:01:41
2
19
245
THEMBI MBHATHA
F
19 to 39
2:14:32
1:48:10
4:02:43
8
21
221
YOLANDI VAN DYK
F
19 to 39
2:18:04
1:45:24
4:03:29
9
22
190
REEVA DE FLEURIOT
F
40 to 49
2:19:43
1:44:23
4:04:06
11
23
105
LISA BONIFACE
F
19 to 39
2:17:02
1:47:15
4:04:18
10
24
156
KAREN ELLITHORNE
F
40 to 49
2:25:23
1:41:43
4:07:07
12
25
140
LISA FRANKLIN
F
19 to 39
2:21:53
1:45:16
4:07:10
11
26
158
SHARON HARRIS
F
40 to 49
2:25:27
1:41:45
4:07:12
13
27
166
PIETER BOTES
M
40 to 49
2:12:50
1:54:37
4:07:27
8
31
331
RENATE POTGIETER
F
19 to 39
2:24:28
1:43:14
4:07:43
12
28
214
JANET OTTO
F
40 to 49
2:14:23
1:54:23
4:08:46
14
29
195
IWANO VAN ROOYEN
M
19 to 39
2:19:06
1:49:44
4:08:51
18
32
326
CARIN BUTCHER
F
19 to 39
2:23:35
1:46:02
4:09:37
13
30
206
STEHANUS LE ROUX
M
40 to 49
2:23:03
1:47:14
4:10:18
9
33
259
SARAH BARROW
F
19 to 39
2:22:41
1:48:45
4:11:26
14
31
335
CHIARA MIGLIORE
F
19 to 39
2:23:51
1:47:42
4:11:33
15
32
252
NICOLE ANTONIE
F
40 to 49
2:22:22
1:50:33
4:12:55
15
33
250
ANGELA NUCCI
F
40 to 49
2:22:26
1:50:58
4:13:24
16
34
234
SUZETTE BOTHA
F
19 to 39
2:23:09
1:50:39
4:13:49
16
35
133
BRIGHTON CLARK
M
19 to 39
2:21:39
1:53:11
4:14:51
19
34
339
ALBINE BERTHOU
F
40 to 49
2:20:57
1:56:14
4:17:11
17
36
174
HANRI DU PLESSIS
F
19 to 39
2:26:12
1:51:41
4:17:54
17
37
184
ANGELA MITCHELL-INNES
F
19 to 39
2:29:13
1:50:54
4:20:08
18
38
244
GWENAEL TROTEL
M
40 to 49
2:26:32
1:53:53
4:20:26
10
35
334
MBALI FELICITY MOHLAKOANE
F
19 to 39
2:28:22
1:52:11
4:20:33
19
39
319
NICOLA WORRALL
F
19 to 39
2:25:28
1:55:56
4:21:24
20
40
256
FIONA BOLTON
F
19 to 39
2:29:22
1:52:06
4:21:28
21
41
302
JJ COETZEE
M
19 to 39
2:33:04
1:49:01
4:22:05
20
36
332
GERARD TOIT
M
19 to 39
2:24:40
1:59:35
4:24:15
21
37
149
DEBBIE SPARKS
F
60+
2:28:57
1:55:31
4:24:29
1
42
168
BERDINE BOTES
F
19 to 39
2:31:06
1:54:36
4:25:43
22
43
196
LETITIA FERREIRA
F
40 to 49
2:30:29
1:55:28
4:25:57
18
44
236
SIAN COLLINS
F
19 to 39
2:29:56
1:56:39
4:26:35
23
45
110
ELSIE SCHRODER
F
19 to 39
2:31:41
1:56:18
4:28:00
24
46
108
EMER KEEGAN
F
40 to 49
2:31:43
1:56:40
4:28:24
19
47
235
CECILIA VERMEULEN
F
19 to 39
2:28:41
2:01:02
4:29:43
25
48
264
VEONA WATSON
F
50 to 59
2:36:17
1:53:49
4:30:07
1
49
274
MICHELLE RONIAK
F
40 to 49
2:36:00
1:55:01
4:31:02
20
50
159
HANNALIE WENDEL
F
40 to 49
2:32:29
2:00:18
4:32:47
21
51
160
ELANA SWART
F
40 to 49
2:32:29
2:00:19
4:32:49
22
52
157
MARLENE NEAT
F
40 to 49
2:32:31
2:00:22
4:32:54
23
53
230
LOUIS DE WET
M
19 to 39
2:36:20
1:56:34
4:32:55
22
38
192
BERNIDENE THIEROFF
F
19 to 39
2:43:33
1:49:46
4:33:20
26
54
147
WERNER HENNING
M
40 to 49
2:39:45
1:54:33
4:34:19
11
39
202
VICTOR WILLIAMS
M
50 to 59
2:28:55
2:06:01
4:34:57
4
40
162
MLEKELELI SIBANYONI
M
50 to 59
2:34:57
2:00:13
4:35:10
5
41
262
LESLEY CARTE
F
40 to 49
2:36:29
1:58:54
4:35:23
24
55
163
THEMBI MASEKO
F
40 to 49
2:35:07
2:00:20
4:35:27
25
56
320
OLIVIA HANSEN
F
19 to 39
2:35:27
2:00:04
4:35:32
27
57
246
DERICK CLAASSEN
M
19 to 39
2:33:05
2:02:40
4:35:46
23
42
257
MEGAN BEDINGHAM
F
40 to 49
2:36:38
1:59:12
4:35:50
26
58
150
JANICE WHITELAW
F
50 to 59
2:40:26
1:55:32
4:35:58
2
59
277
PHUMELELE HLATSHWAYO
F
19 to 39
2:38:56
1:59:56
4:38:52
28
60
213
MARK ASHWORTH
M
40 to 49
2:58:09
1:41:41
4:39:51
12
43
176
LIZE LOTTER
F
19 to 39
2:37:14
2:03:27
4:40:42
29
61
188
CHRISTIN KENNEDY-GOOD
F
19 to 39
2:36:47
2:04:12
4:41:00
30
62
311
NAOMI SNYMAN
F
19 to 39
2:38:59
2:02:21
4:41:21
31
63
187
STEPHEN KENNEDY-GOOD
M
19 to 39
2:37:10
2:04:11
4:41:21
24
44
114
LORNA BESTER
F
50 to 59
2:45:17
1:56:32
4:41:50
3
64
261
JULIET DESILLA
F
40 to 49
2:43:49
1:58:07
4:41:57
27
65
266
MICHAEL ASKEW
M
40 to 49
2:39:59
2:03:25
4:43:24
13
45
337
SEBASTIEN BERTHOU
M
40 to 49
2:42:50
2:00:44
4:43:34
14
46
313
NICKY MEREDITH
F
40 to 49
2:43:46
2:00:52
4:44:39
28
66
324
MICHELLE CAMERON
F
19 to 39
2:41:29
2:04:21
4:45:51
32
67
260
KIRSTEN PHILLIPS
F
40 to 49
2:41:31
2:04:22
4:45:54
29
68
323
NATASHA PROKSCH
F
40 to 49
2:41:33
2:04:24
4:45:57
30
69
185
CRAIG HILL
M
19 to 39
2:42:35
2:03:36
4:46:12
25
47
164
PHILIP LOUW
M
40 to 49
2:41:45
2:05:46
4:47:31
15
48
300
JOYCE MIYA
F
40 to 49
2:42:28
2:09:58
4:52:26
31
70
193
SAMANTHA MYNHARDT
F
19 to 39
2:44:26
2:09:43
4:54:10
33
71
329
JENNY TAYLOR
F
50 to 59
2:47:58
2:06:32
4:54:30
4
72
263
NIKKI MORRIS
F
50 to 59
2:48:01
2:06:30
4:54:32
5
73
118
LIZA STREET
F
19 to 39
2:46:05
2:08:44
4:54:50
34
74
119
MATTHEW STREET
M
40 to 49
2:46:07
2:08:46
4:54:53
16
49
102
JUANITA MASON
F
50 to 59
2:51:30
2:03:53
4:55:23
6
75
200
ZANDRI PIENAAR
F
19 to 39
2:50:19
2:05:59
4:56:19
35
76
258
BARBARA IHRIG
F
40 to 49
2:47:04
2:11:22
4:58:26
32
77
215
BRENDAN HARLE
M
19 to 39
2:56:10
2:03:06
4:59:17
26
50
172
GILLIAN PRESTON
F
60+
2:49:58
2:11:03
5:01:02
2
78
186
TANYA HILL
F
19 to 39
2:46:12
2:15:21
5:01:33
36
79
173
FRANK MARTIN BEKKENS
M
50 to 59
2:52:22
2:09:32
5:01:55
6
51
135
DERICH EICKER
M
40 to 49
2:53:21
2:09:08
5:02:29
17
52
223
THEA VAN BART
F
50 to 59
2:56:03
2:06:28
5:02:31
7
80
317
TRACEY ROGERS
F
40 to 49
2:53:49
2:11:23
5:05:12
33
81
247
HENDRE CLAASSEN
M
50 to 59
2:56:21
2:10:43
5:07:05
7
53
169
LYN ALDERSON
F
40 to 49
2:51:26
2:16:56
5:08:23
34
82
171
TIFFANY MCCULLOUGH
F
40 to 49
2:51:28
2:16:58
5:08:26
35
83
198
SIOBHAN OELOFSEN
F
19 to 39
2:50:21
2:19:19
5:09:40
37
84
280
MICHELLE PIENAAR
F
19 to 39
2:52:17
2:18:00
5:10:17
38
85
123
MEGHANN DICKS
F
19 to 39
2:52:21
2:18:02
5:10:23
39
86
165
CATH DUFF
F
19 to 39
3:01:22
2:11:21
5:12:43
40
87
243
YOLANDE COOK
F
40 to 49
2:52:29
2:21:17
5:13:47
36
88
240
STUART COOK
M
40 to 49
2:52:31
2:21:16
5:13:47
18
54
136
JENNI FINCH
F
40 to 49
2:52:50
2:23:06
5:15:56
37
89
226
MARI REDPATH
F
19 to 39
3:01:19
2:16:49
5:18:08
41
90
224
KELLY SUMMERFIELD
F
19 to 39
3:10:15
2:09:41
5:19:57
42
91
152
YVONNE SWANEPOEL
F
19 to 39
2:56:46
2:23:31
5:20:18
43
92
217
MIKE SUMMERFIELD
M
50 to 59
3:10:19
2:09:59
5:20:18
8
55
153
ADELE PRETORIUS
F
19 to 39
2:56:47
2:23:30
5:20:18
44
93
232
AMANDA SEIDLER
F
40 to 49
3:03:19
2:17:35
5:20:55
38
94
231
PHILIPPA CHARLESWORTH
F
40 to 49
3:03:21
2:17:36
5:20:57
39
95
143
TANYA DONKIN
F
19 to 39
3:00:18
2:20:46
5:21:04
45
96
134
ANNARI EICKER
F
40 to 49
3:00:36
2:22:25
5:23:02
40
97
228
CATHERINE MOODIE
F
40 to 49
3:04:40
2:18:48
5:23:28
41
98
144
LOUISE MURRAY
F
19 to 39
3:02:54
2:21:20
5:24:15
46
99
139
LOURA BYE
F
19 to 39
3:02:06
2:22:23
5:24:29
47
100
255
JUSTINE BOLTON
F
40 to 49
3:04:43
2:21:19
5:26:02
42
101
137
VINCENT SMITH
M
40 to 49
2:59:30
2:26:58
5:26:29
19
56
201
BECKY DANIEL
F
50 to 59
3:05:26
2:24:59
5:30:25
8
102
205
GILL DE BEER
F
50 to 59
3:05:28
2:25:01
5:30:30
9
103
189
MARIO FOURIE
M
40 to 49
3:11:07
2:19:34
5:30:42
20
57
194
ADRIENNE BEWSHER
F
40 to 49
3:08:43
2:28:35
5:37:19
43
104
148
TRACEY WESTON
F
40 to 49
3:13:21
2:28:38
5:41:59
44
105
170
RICHARD STIRLAND
M
40 to 49
3:06:34
2:35:43
5:42:18
21
58
101
MURRAY MASON
M
40 to 49
3:15:15
2:32:19
5:47:35
22
59
248
ELIZABETH SHEPHERD
F
60+
3:17:45
2:32:18
5:50:03
3
106
270
SIBONGILE MAZIBUKO
F
40 to 49
3:15:58
2:36:35
5:52:33
45
107
146
ADORACION MORENO
F
50 to 59
3:29:45
2:29:00
5:58:45
10
108
308
TRACY HUTTON
F
40 to 49
3:24:48
2:34:52
5:59:40
46
109
273
MARINE VAN DER LINDE
F
40 to 49
3:24:01
2:36:59
6:01:01
47
110
254
ISABEL VD WALT
F
40 to 49
3:22:27
2:40:07
6:02:35
48
111
142
NICOLE SMITH
F
19 to 39
3:28:14
2:34:25
6:02:40
48
112
141
IAIN DARROCH
M
40 to 49
3:28:16
2:34:26
6:02:42
23
60
126
JULI GERBER
F
19 to 39
3:27:38
2:39:47
6:07:26
49
113
122
DAWIE LOUWRENS
M
19 to 39
3:27:39
2:39:49
6:07:28
27
61
306
VICKI DANIELS
F
50 to 59
3:35:01
2:39:11
6:14:12
11
114
177
CHRIS LOTTER
M
19 to 39
3:23:12
2:51:52
6:15:04
28
62
328
JENNA JELLIMAN
F
19 to 39
3:32:32
2:51:10
6:23:42
50
115
314
REDGE JELLIMAN
M
19 to 39
3:32:33
2:51:12
6:23:45
29
63
129
ANNE GRAY
F
19 to 39
3:46:30
2:38:59
6:25:30
51
116
303
KELLY DANIELS
F
19 to 39
3:35:42
2:57:43
6:33:26
52
117
242
ANTHONY DANIELS
M
19 to 39
3:35:44
2:57:45
6:33:29
30
64
138
ROBYN FRANCES
F
40 to 49
3:47:49
2:49:35
6:37:25
49
118
131
HANELIE LAMBERT
F
40 to 49
3:53:07
2:46:19
6:39:26
50
119
116
RUTH PAPENFUS
F
19 to 39
3:53:43
2:54:14
6:47:58
53
120
111
SAMANTHA BUGWANDIN
F
19 to 39
4:08:37
3:07:35
7:16:13
54
121
113
SATISH BUGWANDIN
M
40 to 49
4:08:39
3:07:37
7:16:17
24
65
227
LANEL MARE
F
19 to 39
4:22:43
2:59:33
7:22:17
55
122
222
PIETER MARAIS
M
19 to 39
4:22:43
2:59:35
7:22:18
31
66
127
CORNE ROSSOUW
F
40 to 49
3:55:42
3:38:06
7:33:49
51
123
191
ANGELA JACOBS
F
40 to 49
5:02:49
3:49:42
8:52:31
52
124
249
SHELLEY HUTTON
F
40 to 49
5:18:46
4:12:07
9:30:53
53
125
130
JILL PRINS
F
19 to 39
4:53:49
5:24:10
10:17:59
56
126
301
NATACHA REY
F
19 to 39
3:02:58
57
127
120
PIA PATERSON
F
19 to 39
3:17:46
57
127
269
YVONNE STRYDOM
F
19 to 39
2:31:13
57
127
167
BERNIS BOTES
M
U18
2:01:38
3
67
207
THEONITA DE VILLIERS
F
40 to 49
3:08:04
54
127
204
FC DE VILLIERS
M
U18
2:57:25
3
67
229
DAWN NAYLOR
F
19 to 39
3:03:22
57
127
128
NICOLA DAVIDSON
F
40 to 49
5:24:04
54
127
272
RIA EALES
F
19 to 39
3:11:34
57
127
208
EZMARI DE VILLIERS
F
U18
3:08:00
4
127
241
KARIN VAN SCHALKWYK
F
19 to 39
3:11:00
57
127
268
JANADIA JACOBS
F
19 to 39
2:27:09
57
127
209
GRAEME MACINTOSH
M
19 to 39
4:00:19
32
67
125
JORDAN-LEE ELS
F
U18
2:44:09
4
127
199
IAIN MEAKER
M
40 to 49
1:54:42
25
67
203
CHRIS DE BEER
M
50 to 59
1:54:45
9
67
275
ANDREA ELLENS
F
40 to 49
2:59:50
54
127
271
SHIREEN EORWINE
F
19 to 39
3:11:37
57
127
238
ANDRE VAN SCHALKWYK
M
19 to 39
3:11:01
32
67
276
LIONEL ZUNCKEL
M
40 to 49
2:16:19
25
67
124
RIANA ELS
F
40 to 49
2:44:16
54
127
212
TARYN MACINTOSH
F
19 to 39
4:00:18
57
127
 

2018 Results | Extreme

Race No
Full Name
Sex
Age Cat
Stage1
Stage2
Total Time
Age Pos
Ov Pos
848
NOMORE MANDIVENGEREI
M
19 to 39
2:22:17
1:46:42
4:08:59
1
1
861
MONDLI MADONSELA
M
19 to 39
2:24:00
1:50:49
4:14:49
2
2
807
TRANQUIL GUMBO
M
19 to 39
2:38:19
1:54:11
4:32:31
3
3
860
VUSI MKHONZA
M
19 to 39
2:42:51
1:58:25
4:41:16
4
4
845
LUCKY MTHABELA
M
19 to 39
2:44:49
1:59:12
4:44:01
5
5
858
MANDLA MNCUBE
M
19 to 39
2:40:28
2:04:28
4:44:56
6
6
862
WANDISILE NONGODLWANA
M
40 to 49
2:49:00
2:02:27
4:51:27
1
7
786
KERRY-ANN MARSHALL
F
19 to 39
2:55:53
2:13:46
5:09:39
1
1
843
DEAN ROSIN
M
40 to 49
3:00:19
2:14:17
5:14:36
2
8
835
JEANDRE THEUNISSEN
M
19 to 39
3:18:55
2:21:08
5:40:03
7
9
796
ZOE PAPADAKIS
F
19 to 39
3:25:32
2:23:47
5:49:20
2
2
853
NEIL HARVEY
M
19 to 39
3:25:00
2:26:35
5:51:35
8
10
802
SANELE NKOSI
M
19 to 39
3:13:33
2:39:49
5:53:23
9
11
760
ISLA STILL
F
19 to 39
3:24:45
2:30:21
5:55:06
3
3
789
COLLIN ALBERTYN
M
19 to 39
3:13:42
2:41:41
5:55:24
10
12
804
TRUDI MAREE
F
19 to 39
3:39:43
2:40:32
6:20:15
4
4
799
RODNEY HUNDERMARK
M
40 to 49
3:58:09
2:22:06
6:20:16
3
13
833
PIETER VAN EEDEN
M
19 to 39
3:47:05
2:38:00
6:25:06
11
14
841
ROBIN BOLTON
M
40 to 49
3:45:22
2:39:58
6:25:21
4
15
803
TRACY ZUNCKEL
F
40 to 49
3:30:38
2:57:07
6:27:45
1
5
844
CRAIG HOUSTON
M
50 to 59
3:44:12
2:46:17
6:30:30
1
16
805
IAN FERGUSON
M
60+
3:52:53
2:44:49
6:37:43
1
17
826
GREGG DANIEL
M
50 to 59
3:55:40
2:51:06
6:46:47
2
18
838
DAVID MERCER
M
50 to 59
3:57:28
2:49:32
6:47:01
3
19
818
DAVID MCCULLOUGH
M
40 to 49
3:59:54
2:53:41
6:53:36
5
20
814
JAMES RIDLEY ANGUS HENDRY
M
40 to 49
4:04:34
2:49:12
6:53:46
6
21
798
SALLY FENWICK
F
19 to 39
3:58:12
2:58:50
6:57:02
5
6
808
JULIANA AMBROSI
F
40 to 49
4:05:27
2:54:01
6:59:28
2
7
761
JANINE SWANEPOEL
F
19 to 39
4:13:03
2:47:43
7:00:46
6
8
809
ROGER BESTER
M
40 to 49
3:55:00
3:06:58
7:01:59
7
22
776
LIEZL KLOPPER
F
40 to 49
4:16:32
2:48:23
7:04:56
3
9
839
NEIL SEARLE
M
19 to 39
4:10:31
2:55:20
7:05:51
12
23
840
JOE DE LIMA
M
50 to 59
4:07:23
2:59:10
7:06:33
4
24
827
HANNES VAN DER MERWE
M
40 to 49
4:07:03
3:00:28
7:07:31
8
25
777
KEN GOLLNER
M
50 to 59
4:07:57
2:59:38
7:07:35
5
26
832
JEROEN BRABANDER
M
40 to 49
4:20:55
2:51:29
7:12:25
9
27
788
MANDY ALBERTYN
F
40 to 49
4:07:42
3:05:52
7:13:34
4
10
867
THOZI MAZIBUKO
M
40 to 49
4:19:04
3:01:01
7:20:05
10
28
817
CHRIS ALDERSON
M
40 to 49
4:25:14
3:05:18
7:30:33
11
29
850
MATTHEW MARSHALL
M
19 to 39
4:21:12
3:10:38
7:31:50
13
30
851
NICHOLAS MARSHALL
M
19 to 39
4:21:14
3:10:40
7:31:54
14
31
824
KARL HEINZ THIEROFF
M
19 to 39
4:44:30
2:48:02
7:32:33
15
32
837
JAN MORRISON
M
40 to 49
4:36:35
3:05:51
7:42:26
12
33
771
ADELE PETERS
F
40 to 49
4:29:43
3:13:47
7:43:31
5
11
834
JOHAN KLOPPER
M
40 to 49
4:29:45
3:14:09
7:43:55
13
34
828
GREIG WATT
M
19 to 39
4:27:09
3:17:42
7:44:52
16
35
830
JOWAN DIJKHUIS
M
19 to 39
4:41:47
3:18:08
7:59:55
17
36
782
JOLANDA ROSIN
F
40 to 49
4:44:41
3:15:21
8:00:02
6
12
820
SIMON SONN
M
40 to 49
4:50:02
3:10:50
8:00:53
14
37
854
ALEXANDER ROUX
M
40 to 49
4:35:42
3:28:49
8:04:31
15
38
774
DIANA COLS
F
50 to 59
4:50:12
3:14:41
8:04:53
1
13
775
NADIA MALAN
F
19 to 39
4:41:50
3:23:27
8:05:17
7
14
863
ADAM WALKER
M
40 to 49
4:49:37
3:18:26
8:08:03
16
39
794
VICTORIA CLARK
F
40 to 49
4:49:34
3:18:29
8:08:04
7
15
780
ARIENA SHEPHERD
F
40 to 49
4:43:02
3:28:24
8:11:26
8
16
800
DAVID AMM
M
40 to 49
4:44:46
3:41:47
8:26:34
17
40
772
SYLVIA SCHOLTEN
F
50 to 59
4:54:31
3:32:48
8:27:19
2
17
792
SAMANTHA MORARD
F
40 to 49
5:03:49
3:26:12
8:30:02
9
18
791
SHARON MALHERBE
F
40 to 49
5:03:51
3:26:14
8:30:06
10
19
801
KIAN ELLENS
M
40 to 49
4:49:56
3:41:49
8:31:45
18
41
825
CHRISTOPHER GROOME
M
40 to 49
5:06:53
3:34:27
8:41:21
19
42
831
CLAUDIA RICHARD
F
19 to 39
5:14:31
3:37:58
8:52:30
8
20
766
CHANA-LEE PRESTON
F
19 to 39
5:15:52
3:40:31
8:56:24
9
21
812
MARC FOURIE
M
50 to 59
5:24:43
3:35:11
8:59:55
6
43
855
LORENCIA BOTHA
F
19 to 39
5:09:17
3:52:59
9:02:16
10
22
852
LOURENS SANDERS
M
19 to 39
5:09:21
3:53:00
9:02:21
18
44
813
NADINE CIAMPI
F
40 to 49
5:24:35
3:44:10
9:08:46
11
23
819
JAN-NICO COETZEE
M
19 to 39
5:34:32
3:42:17
9:16:50
19
45
765
KAREN MAIDEN
F
50 to 59
5:33:07
3:49:08
9:22:16
3
24
778
TAMMY WOODROFFE
F
40 to 49
5:29:24
3:54:39
9:24:03
12
25
836
NEALE WOODROFFE
M
40 to 49
5:29:29
3:54:37
9:24:07
20
46
793
PHUTI MOJELA
F
19 to 39
5:38:03
3:49:54
9:27:57
11
26
857
GRAHAM WOOD
M
19 to 39
5:15:14
4:17:56
9:33:10
20
47
815
DONALD YOUNG
M
40 to 49
5:50:28
4:00:22
9:50:50
21
48
795
THOLAKELE CHARMAIN SHANDU
F
40 to 49
5:59:42
3:56:48
9:56:31
13
27
849
RICHARD FARBER
M
40 to 49
6:05:18
3:56:31
10:01:50
22
49
806
JOHAN JANSE VAN RENSBURG
M
19 to 39
6:27:41
3:35:49
10:03:31
21
50
770
ELRA DEJAGER
F
40 to 49
6:01:16
4:03:01
10:04:17
14
28
768
CAPRICE BEGGS
F
19 to 39
5:55:57
4:09:18
10:05:15
12
29
822
KEVIN MILL
M
40 to 49
5:38:01
4:27:37
10:05:38
23
51
823
PETER JACOBS
M
40 to 49
6:18:01
3:49:15
10:07:17
24
52
763
MARITA WELGEMOED
F
40 to 49
5:59:19
4:22:59
10:22:18
15
30
767
MICHELLE GROOME
F
40 to 49
5:55:55
4:27:04
10:23:00
16
31
816
GARRITH MURRAY
M
40 to 49
5:50:32
4:37:05
10:27:37
25
53
769
INGRID MCMAHON
F
40 to 49
6:21:42
4:06:26
10:28:08
17
32
773
CARINE SCHOONJANS
F
40 to 49
6:35:10
4:04:46
10:39:56
18
33
829
HANS HEVINK
M
50 to 59
6:35:11
4:04:47
10:39:59
7
54
764
COLLEEN KROG
F
40 to 49
6:39:15
4:22:58
11:02:13
19
34
821
ROGER BRAAF
M
19 to 39
6:47:46
4:25:27
11:13:14
22
55
787
RENE STEVENSON
F
19 to 39
6:57:22
4:43:41
11:41:04
13
35
785
JANA LE ROUX
F
40 to 49
7:17:38
4:31:58
11:49:36
20
36
783
RENE LLOYD
F
40 to 49
7:17:15
4:45:52
12:03:08
21
37
784
MAGDA KOCH
F
40 to 49
7:17:20
4:45:55
12:03:16
22
38
797
MVULE SIKHAKHANE
F
40 to 49
7:17:24
4:57:59
12:15:23
23
39
846
DAVID BARNES
M
19 to 39
3:38:39
23
56
842
JONATHAN PAYN
M
19 to 39
5:50:34
23
56
847
RICHARD JUBBER
M
19 to 39
5:19:04
23
56
868
GERT VAN DER WALT
M
19 to 39
4:01:54
23
56
864
GLEN WATSON
M
50 to 59
4:53:03
1
1
864
GLEN WATSON
M
50 to 59
4:53:03
8
56
779
PAULINA MUNSAMY
F
40 to 49
6:40:46
24
40
865
ANDREW STEER
M
19 to 39
6:29:06
23
56
810
JOHAN ELS
M
40 to 49
6:27:40
26
56
866
JOHANN RAUBENHEIMER
M
19 to 39
3:24:13
23
56
790
KIM STEER
F
19 to 39
6:29:03
14
40
811
ALASTAIR PATERSON
M
19 to 39
4:29:09
23
56
856
JOHN STEVENSON
M
19 to 39
6:57:20
23
56
 

2017 Results | Extreme

Race No
Full Name
Sex
Age Cat
Stage1
Stage2
Total Time
Age Pos
Ov Pos
155
THABANG MADIBA
M
30 to 39
2:21:21
1:48:56
4:10:18
1
1
174
KWENZA NGUBANE
M
30 to 39
2:29:30
1:50:39
4:20:10
2
2
159
NOMORE MANDIVENGEREI
M
30 to 39
2:32:07
1:55:12
4:27:20
3
3
168
MANDLA MNCUBE
M
30 to 39
2:34:58
2:01:38
4:36:37
4
4
266
NICOLETTE GRIFFIOEN
F
20 to 29
2:43:17
2:12:31
4:55:48
1
1
122
SKIPPY CLAASSENS
M
30 to 39
2:52:49
2:10:21
5:03:11
5
5
181
EGOR OUSSOV
M
30 to 39
2:55:13
2:08:06
5:03:20
6
6
190
DEAN ROSIN
M
40 to 49
3:07:07
2:23:42
5:30:49
1
7
212
DAN VAN HEMERT
M
40 to 49
3:08:30
2:22:56
5:31:26
2
8
251
KARINE BEZUIDENHOUT
F
30 to 39
3:06:49
2:28:42
5:35:32
1
2
219
DEWALD VAN WYK
M
30 to 39
3:08:14
2:28:00
5:36:14
7
9
157
JEFFREY MAINGARD
M
30 to 39
3:15:10
2:26:44
5:41:54
8
10
107
DANIEL BERMAN
M
40 to 49
3:15:17
2:27:39
5:42:57
3
11
321
TRACY ZUNCKEL
F
40 to 49
3:17:56
2:26:59
5:44:56
1
3
167
LINDO MIYA
M
20 to 29
3:08:14
2:43:08
5:51:22
1
12
154
RICHARD MACK
M
30 to 39
3:21:24
2:34:55
5:56:20
9
13
116
ROSS BOTES
M
30 to 39
3:23:20
2:37:05
6:00:25
10
14
207
MICHIEL TER HAAR
M
50 to 59
3:22:09
2:40:10
6:02:20
1
15
124
GREGG DANIEL
M
50 to 59
3:29:34
2:38:05
6:07:39
2
16
202
PIET PIET SWART
M
30 to 39
2:57:48
3:12:10
6:09:58
11
17
127
JEAN-PIERRE DU PLESSIS
M
20 to 29
3:27:07
2:43:46
6:10:54
2
18
176
CLINTON PAUL NORTJE
M
40 to 49
3:29:44
2:43:49
6:13:34
4
19
205
ANDREW TAYLOR
M
30 to 39
3:33:41
2:40:33
6:14:14
12
20
123
RYAN CLARKE
M
30 to 39
3:25:49
2:50:14
6:16:04
13
21
142
CLIVE HOGARTH
M
30 to 39
3:34:01
2:42:10
6:16:11
14
22
193
DOUGLAS SAXBY
M
30 to 39
3:32:43
2:44:51
6:17:35
15
23
161
DAVID MCCULLOUGH
M
40 to 49
3:34:25
2:46:14
6:20:39
5
24
149
ALAIN LE ROUX
M
40 to 49
3:42:27
2:41:02
6:23:30
6
25
148
MARCEL LANGESLAG
M
30 to 39
3:38:17
2:48:37
6:26:54
16
26
185
DOUGLAS PICKARD
M
30 to 39
4:06:58
2:26:15
6:33:14
17
27
109
LAURENT BIHRY
M
40 to 49
3:32:00
3:01:31
6:33:32
7
28
215
JAN VAN OVERBEEKE
M
30 to 39
3:35:36
2:58:51
6:34:27
18
29
101
COLLIN ALBERTYN
M
30 to 39
3:34:40
3:00:14
6:34:55
19
30
118
EDWARD BURKE
M
40 to 49
3:35:01
3:01:39
6:36:41
8
31
199
RICHARD SPARKE
M
40 to 49
3:55:42
2:43:48
6:39:30
9
32
133
NESTOR ESPINOZA
M
40 to 49
3:42:52
2:57:45
6:40:37
10
33
111
BRETT BOARDMAN
M
30 to 39
3:41:19
2:59:35
6:40:54
20
34
255
KERRYN CLARKE
F
30 to 39
3:52:13
2:50:13
6:42:27
2
4
198
KYLE SOLMS
M
40 to 49
3:36:57
3:05:51
6:42:48
11
35
248
SOFI ACKERMAN
F
30 to 39
3:47:08
2:55:47
6:42:55
3
5
210
HANNES VAN DER MERWE
M
40 to 49
3:46:50
2:56:06
6:42:57
12
36
204
MICHAEL TAYLOR
M
50 to 59
3:45:01
2:58:02
6:43:04
3
37
104
HENK APPELO
M
30 to 39
3:44:52
2:58:50
6:43:42
21
38
269
LINDSAY HALL
F
40 to 49
3:55:37
2:53:44
6:49:21
2
6
145
ED JARDIM
M
30 to 39
3:53:23
2:58:04
6:51:28
22
39
784
SIHLE MPUNGOSE
F
30 to 39
4:02:18
2:53:38
6:55:57
4
7
166
NJOMIE MHLONGO
M
30 to 39
4:00:42
2:59:21
7:00:03
23
40
163
DAVID MERCER
M
50 to 59
4:07:24
2:53:31
7:00:55
4
41
194
HILTON SCHIPHOLT
M
40 to 49
3:56:03
3:05:09
7:01:12
13
42
102
CHRIS ALDERSON
M
40 to 49
4:08:36
2:55:42
7:04:19
14
43
213
MJ VAN JAARSVELD
M
20 to 29
3:57:39
3:08:18
7:05:58
3
44
117
PETER BOTHA
M
30 to 39
3:59:46
3:06:23
7:06:09
24
45
294
MART-MERIE REYNEKE
F
20 to 29
3:59:49
3:06:21
7:06:10
2
8
162
GUY MCKECHNIE
M
30 to 39
4:04:17
3:06:58
7:11:16
25
46
143
SHAUN JACKSON
M
30 to 39
3:56:31
3:15:26
7:11:57
26
47
291
JADE PICKARD
F
30 to 39
4:07:00
3:05:56
7:12:57
5
9
126
KERWIN DIEDRICKS
M
30 to 39
4:16:38
2:58:38
7:15:16
27
48
309
IZEMARI VAN DER MERWE
F
30 to 39
4:03:58
3:12:08
7:16:06
6
10
216
MARIUS VAN RENSBURG
M
30 to 39
4:28:46
2:48:29
7:17:15
28
49
110
BRETT BINNEKADE
M
20 to 29
4:28:06
2:53:05
7:21:11
4
50
261
NINA DURIEUX
F
30 to 39
4:14:57
3:07:14
7:22:11
7
11
172
DANIE MULLER
M
30 to 39
4:01:06
3:21:14
7:22:20
29
51
119
LOIC CADIOU
M
40 to 49
4:04:38
3:20:28
7:25:07
15
52
192
GAVIN SACKS
M
50 to 59
4:27:44
2:58:47
7:26:31
5
53
191
ALEXANDER ROUX
M
40 to 49
4:00:33
3:26:35
7:27:09
16
54
260
DESIREE DU TREVOU
F
30 to 39
4:22:56
3:05:00
7:27:56
8
12
322
NIKKI CAROMBA
F
30 to 39
4:12:19
3:20:06
7:32:26
9
13
131
KIAN ELLENS
M
40 to 49
5:28:12
2:07:14
7:35:27
17
55
318
TANYA WORNER
F
50 to 59
4:23:55
3:13:38
7:37:34
1
14
187
JIAN REIS
M
30 to 39
4:07:41
3:30:17
7:37:59
30
56
184
GRANT PEREIRA
M
40 to 49
5:36:46
2:04:09
7:40:55
18
57
125
JOHANN DE KOCK
M
50 to 59
4:26:03
3:15:55
7:41:59
6
58
128
SHELDON DU TREVOU
M
30 to 39
4:22:59
3:19:11
7:42:10
31
59
140
KELSEY HANGER
M
20 to 29
4:48:16
2:53:59
7:42:16
5
60
165
SIMPHIWE MHLONGO
M
30 to 39
4:27:46
3:15:24
7:43:10
32
61
121
CLIFFORD CHANEY
M
40 to 49
4:20:52
3:23:07
7:43:59
19
62
289
LEE OLIVIER
F
40 to 49
3:53:11
3:51:41
7:44:53
3
15
265
MADRI GRAEF
F
40 to 49
4:27:04
3:17:56
7:45:01
4
16
308
TOMOKO UETA
F
40 to 49
4:29:22
3:18:14
7:47:36
5
17
297
JOLANDA ROSIN
F
40 to 49
4:28:29
3:19:16
7:47:45
6
18
138
FRANCOIS GULTIG
M
50 to 59
4:31:26
3:16:24
7:47:50
7
63
284
NONTUTHUKO MGABHI
F
30 to 39
4:33:58
3:14:42
7:48:40
10
19
150
CRAIG LILFORD
M
40 to 49
4:26:47
3:22:31
7:49:18
20
64
152
RORKE LILFORD
M
10 to 19
4:26:49
3:22:32
7:49:21
1
65
153
RICHARD LOGAN
M
40 to 49
4:28:37
3:20:47
7:49:24
21
66
295
CLAUDZ RICHARD
F
30 to 39
4:26:53
3:26:14
7:53:08
11
20
105
JONATHAN BARON
M
30 to 39
4:27:05
3:29:00
7:56:06
33
67
221
JOHAN WESSELS
M
40 to 49
4:28:04
3:38:03
8:06:08
22
68
317
LIEZEL WESSELS
F
40 to 49
4:28:07
3:38:08
8:06:15
7
21
217
EJ VAN RIET
M
40 to 49
4:34:18
3:33:24
8:07:42
23
69
249
CARYN ADAM
F
30 to 39
4:34:16
3:33:30
8:07:46
12
22
129
RAFE DYER
M
30 to 39
5:25:01
2:48:05
8:13:07
34
70
305
MARLET SWART
F
40 to 49
4:45:14
3:28:03
8:13:18
8
23
280
TRIECHA LOUW
F
20 to 29
4:40:48
3:32:43
8:13:31
3
24
264
HAYLEY GIBBON
F
40 to 49
4:46:58
3:32:25
8:19:23
9
25
196
DEVAN SLABBERT
M
30 to 39
4:45:50
3:33:34
8:19:25
35
71
211
MYNHARDT VAN DER MERWE
M
50 to 59
4:43:21
3:36:16
8:19:37
8
72
310
RIANA VAN DER MERWE
F
50 to 59
4:43:26
3:36:17
8:19:44
2
26
139
CLINTON HALSEY
M
40 to 49
5:00:03
3:20:40
8:20:43
24
73
270
CHELSEA-ANN INGLEDEW
F
20 to 29
5:00:08
3:20:39
8:20:48
4
27
203
BRENT SYKES
M
20 to 29
4:40:17
3:40:36
8:20:54
6
74
313
ELSABE VAN SCHALKWYK
F
40 to 49
4:46:03
3:36:08
8:22:12
10
28
179
JUSTUS ORTLEPP
M
40 to 49
4:53:17
3:30:20
8:23:38
25
75
144
DEWALD JANSE VAN RENSBURG
M
50 to 59
4:58:20
3:27:13
8:25:33
9
76
156
THAPELO MAFONGOZI
M
40 to 49
4:54:32
3:32:30
8:27:02
26
77
292
KATHERINE PIPER
F
40 to 49
4:48:57
3:38:27
8:27:24
11
29
186
DALE PIPER
M
40 to 49
4:48:59
3:38:28
8:27:28
27
78
283
SHANNON MCVICAR
F
20 to 29
4:52:12
3:35:41
8:27:54
5
30
136
MIKE GIBBON
M
40 to 49
4:47:00
3:48:35
8:35:35
28
79
188
DANE RICHARDS
M
30 to 39
4:53:03
3:43:50
8:36:53
36
80
254
SAM CHAMBERLAIN
F
20 to 29
4:54:43
3:50:41
8:45:24
6
31
113
JONATHAN BORTHWICK
M
30 to 39
5:33:08
3:13:19
8:46:28
37
81
114
WESLEY BOSHOFF
M
20 to 29
5:04:49
3:43:18
8:48:07
7
82
115
JOESEPH BOSHOFF
M
50 to 59
5:04:52
3:43:20
8:48:12
10
83
258
ELRA DEJAGER
F
40 to 49
5:11:03
3:40:42
8:51:45
12
32
214
PEET VAN JAARSVELD
M
50 to 59
5:12:15
3:40:40
8:52:56
11
84
263
CANDICE EAGLESTONE
F
40 to 49
5:11:50
3:41:45
8:53:35
13
33
268
TONETTE GRUTTER
F
40 to 49
5:08:39
3:50:57
8:59:36
14
34
271
ZANELE JELE
F
30 to 39
5:16:17
3:45:26
9:01:43
13
35
201
JOSHUA SWAIN
M
20 to 29
5:13:46
3:54:07
9:07:54
8
85
252
NATASHA BORNMAN
F
30 to 39
5:26:08
3:42:48
9:08:57
14
36
112
CHRIS BORNMAN
M
30 to 39
5:26:11
3:42:47
9:08:58
38
86
314
HANRI VAN WYNGAARD
F
40 to 49
5:18:44
3:57:14
9:15:58
15
37
320
ELEANOR YEATS
F
30 to 39
5:27:53
3:50:44
9:18:37
15
38
279
SALLY LEIMER
F
20 to 29
5:15:52
4:07:02
9:22:54
7
39
256
CHARLOTTE ANN CRISP
F
20 to 29
5:15:50
4:07:08
9:22:59
8
40
220
JACQUES VAN WYNGAARD
M
40 to 49
5:19:44
4:06:23
9:26:08
29
87
130
KHULEKANI SHABALALA
M
30 to 39
5:37:47
3:50:40
9:28:27
39
88
315
KIM VILJOEN
F
30 to 39
5:24:58
4:13:01
9:37:59
16
41
200
ANDREW STEER
M
30 to 39
5:24:59
4:13:02
9:38:02
40
89
250
CAPRICE BEGGS
F
30 to 39
5:37:01
4:02:23
9:39:24
17
42
267
MICHELLE GROOME
F
40 to 49
5:37:00
4:02:25
9:39:25
16
43
180
OZ OSBORNE
M
30 to 39
5:52:37
3:51:55
9:44:33
41
90
103
DAVID AMM
M
40 to 49
6:17:58
3:28:35
9:46:33
30
91
296
PETRO RICHARDSON
F
40 to 49
5:42:54
4:03:48
9:46:42
17
44
227
DONALD YOUNG
M
40 to 49
5:40:46
4:06:16
9:47:03
31
92
286
PAULINA MUNSAMY
F
40 to 49
5:50:18
4:11:24
10:01:42
18
45
304
SUE ST LEGER
F
50 to 59
5:51:58
4:30:40
10:22:38
3
46
282
LINDA MCKEONE
F
40 to 49
6:45:26
4:33:36
11:19:02
19
47
197
MARK SMITH
M
40 to 49
6:45:22
4:33:41
11:19:04
32
93
300
MARY-LOU SCHOEMAN
F
30 to 39
6:45:24
4:33:39
11:19:04
18
48
293
ILONKA POTGIETER
F
30 to 39
6:39:42
5:00:23
11:40:06
19
49
303
ANELE SOMAGUDA
F
30 to 39
7:02:25
4:40:43
11:43:09
20
50
323
SELIKANE QAQAMBA
F
30 to 39
7:12:22
4:40:42
11:53:05
21
51
287
ZINHLE NDABA
F
30 to 39
7:25:33
4:38:46
12:04:19
22
52
285
DUMISILE MTHALANE
F
30 to 39
7:36:57
4:46:14
12:23:11
23
53
316
MOIRA WALKER
F
40 to 49
7:10:40
5:29:51
12:40:32
20
54
276
MEL KRUUSE
F
40 to 49
7:10:43
5:29:52
12:40:36
21
55
272
ANGELA KAVALLIERATOS
F
30 to 39
7:41:48
5:29:56
13:11:45
24
56
302
JANINE SMYTHE
F
30 to 39
4:48:14
25
57
225
DAVID WOOD
M
30 to 39
3:46:34
42
94
195
PAUL SIEBERT
M
30 to 39
4:05:03
42
94
273
CORLIZE KIRSTEIN
F
30 to 39
4:28:47
25
57
151
SIMON LISHMAN
M
30 to 39
3:34:00
42
94
281
SARAH MARTENS
F
40 to 49
4:18:48
22
57
259
LINDSAY DU PLESSIS
F
30 to 39
4:01:38
25
57
141
ISAO HIRAYAMA
M
40 to 49
6:11:54
33
94
253
JULIA BORTHWICK
F
30 to 39
5:33:11
25
57
134
ROBERT FIELD
M
40 to 49
4:26:45
33
94
275
MARIE KRIGE
F
40 to 49
5:44:08
22
57
277
KIM LE ROUX
F
30 to 39
5:56:04
25
57
278
JULIE LEE
F
20 to 29
3:49:15
9
57
311
SONJA VAN DER VYVER
F
50 to 59
5:56:07
4
57
171
ALAIN MORRY
M
30 to 39
4:19:33
42
94
229
DOMINICK MAZIBUKO
M
30 to 39
2:21:12
42
94
228
ZAKHELE KHOZA
M
30 to 39
3:13:46
42
94
290
DEBBIE OSBORNE
F
30 to 39
5:52:36
25
57
175
BHEKI NHLENGETHWA
M
40 to 49
3:14:44
33
94
312
ANNELIE VAN REENEN
F
30 to 39
6:24:41
25
57
 

2017 Results | Challenge

Race No
Full Name
Sex
Age Cat
Stage1
Stage2
Total Time
Age Pos
Ov Pos
548
TRANQUIL GUMBO
M
20 to 29
01:13:08
00:56:36
02:09:45
1
1
654
PRAISEGOD MXOLISI
M
20 to 29
01:16:43
01:00:38
02:17:21
2
2
619
SPHESIHLE THWALA
M
20 to 29
01:21:09
01:03:42
02:24:51
3
3
586
VUSI MKHONZA
M
20 to 29
01:25:01
01:07:04
02:32:05
4
4
539
DREW FISHER
M
40 to 49
01:25:36
01:07:09
02:32:45
1
5
652
ELVIS MBEKEZELI
M
20 to 29
01:31:06
01:05:03
02:36:09
5
6
591
MTHOBISI NGWENYA
M
20 to 29
01:25:47
01:13:52
02:39:39
6
7
507
DOUGLAS BOLTON
M
40 to 49
01:36:23
01:14:10
02:50:33
2
8
574
MARK MACKENZIE
M
20 to 29
01:37:22
01:15:43
02:53:05
7
9
618
MARCUS TAYLOR
M
40 to 49
01:38:00
01:21:14
02:59:14
3
10
520
SIMON CARTER
M
40 to 49
01:41:27
01:19:01
03:00:28
4
11
714
LANA DYER
F
40 to 49
01:42:49
01:19:41
03:02:31
1
1
571
JAEN LOUW
M
30 to 39
01:44:00
01:19:53
03:03:54
1
12
575
STEPHEN MAHONY
M
40 to 49
01:42:31
01:22:30
03:05:01
5
13
592
SANELE NKOSI
M
20 to 29
01:37:17
01:28:42
03:06:00
8
14
625
HARDUS VAN DER MERWE
M
10 to 19
01:45:12
01:22:38
03:07:51
1
15
649
ROSS TRELEAVEN
M
40 to 49
01:46:57
01:23:31
03:10:28
6
16
878
GINA TRELEAVEN
F
40 to 49
01:46:56
01:25:06
03:12:02
2
2
551
GRAHAM HARTMAN
M
30 to 39
01:48:39
01:23:58
03:12:37
2
17
616
MIKE SUTTON
M
50 to 59
01:48:12
01:24:36
03:12:49
1
18
756
HELEN LAATZ
F
30 to 39
01:50:33
01:22:16
03:12:49
1
3
629
LUAN VAN RHYN
M
30 to 39
01:46:35
01:27:27
03:14:02
3
19
846
ALMERIE VAN DER WALT
F
20 to 29
01:50:12
01:25:35
03:15:48
1
4
544
RUAN GENIS
M
20 to 29
01:50:14
01:25:36
03:15:50
9
20
643
NEIL WILSON
M
30 to 39
01:51:44
01:25:58
03:17:43
4
21
642
DAVID WILSON
M
30 to 39
01:51:45
01:26:00
03:17:45
5
22
844
FRANCES VAN DER MERWE
F
10 to 19
01:51:12
01:28:02
03:19:15
1
5
595
RONAN OELOFSEN
M
50 to 59
01:50:42
01:28:45
03:19:27
2
23
536
JAN-HENDRIK DU PLESSIS
M
30 to 39
01:47:16
01:32:33
03:19:50
6
24
554
DOUGLAS HENDRY
M
40 to 49
01:51:49
01:29:53
03:21:42
7
25
584
ANTHONY METCALF
M
50 to 59
01:55:04
01:26:55
03:22:00
3
26
651
MATTHEW WHITE
M
30 to 39
01:53:27
01:29:06
03:22:33
7
27
840
RICHELLE USSHER
F
30 to 39
01:53:30
01:29:07
03:22:38
2
6
712
JEANNINE DU RAND
F
30 to 39
01:57:37
01:26:44
03:24:22
3
7
822
CLAUDIA SLATTERY
F
30 to 39
01:52:04
01:34:18
03:26:23
4
8
577
SMILEY MARAIS
M
40 to 49
01:58:39
01:29:45
03:28:24
8
28
716
CORINNE ELS
F
30 to 39
02:00:04
01:28:37
03:28:41
5
9
537
MARIUS ELS
M
30 to 39
02:00:08
01:28:37
03:28:46
8
29
597
ROB PEARCE
M
30 to 39
02:02:14
01:30:23
03:32:38
9
30
628
NEIL VAN DER WEELE
M
60 to 69
02:00:02
01:33:15
03:33:18
1
31
728
RENTIA GREYVENSTEIN
F
30 to 39
01:59:59
01:33:52
03:33:51
6
10
617
CHRISTOPHER SZABO
M
50 to 59
02:00:39
01:33:45
03:34:25
4
32
657
JOHANNES ERASMUS
M
40 to 49
02:00:27
01:35:14
03:35:42
9
33
601
MICHAEL PRICE
M
30 to 39
02:01:01
01:34:52
03:35:53
10
34
552
RAINER HARTMANN
M
50 to 59
02:04:47
01:31:42
03:36:30
5
35
732
CATHERINE HENDRY
F
30 to 39
02:01:39
01:34:59
03:36:38
7
11
590
FRIEDRICH NEETHLING
M
40 to 49
02:01:34
01:37:48
03:39:23
10
36
562
SACHIN KALKAPERSAD
M
20 to 29
02:09:37
01:29:47
03:39:24
10
37
771
LYNDA MC CURRIE
F
50 to 59
02:03:19
01:36:11
03:39:30
1
12
561
AVINASH KALKAPERSAD
M
30 to 39
02:09:59
01:31:11
03:41:10
11
38
578
WERNER MAREE
M
40 to 49
02:07:48
01:33:24
03:41:13
11
39
582
KEVIN MCVICAR
M
50 to 59
02:03:54
01:38:01
03:41:56
6
40
841
CINDY VALENTINE
F
40 to 49
02:08:10
01:34:05
03:42:16
3
13
593
STEVEN NORCOTT
M
40 to 49
02:01:24
01:41:04
03:42:28
12
41
667
MANDY ALBERTYN
F
40 to 49
02:05:49
01:36:52
03:42:41
4
14
879
URSULA RUNDGREN
F
40 to 49
02:08:32
01:34:59
03:43:32
5
15
636
JOHN VERSTER
M
40 to 49
02:03:06
01:41:17
03:44:23
13
42
672
SUSANNA BENNIE-VAN DYK
F
30 to 39
02:08:21
01:36:29
03:44:50
8
16
687
ANNET BURGER
F
40 to 49
02:08:00
01:37:05
03:45:06
6
17
515
RUDI BURGER
M
40 to 49
02:08:02
01:37:06
03:45:08
14
43
865
DEBORAH WARD FRITZ
F
40 to 49
02:10:30
01:36:41
03:47:12
7
18
650
MARK USSHER
M
30 to 39
02:21:59
01:25:24
03:47:24
12
44
620
GERARD TOIT
M
30 to 39
02:04:33
01:42:55
03:47:29
13
45
647
KEVIN WHITE
M
40 to 49
02:04:50
01:43:10
03:48:01
15
46
699
VICTORIA CLARK
F
40 to 49
02:12:42
01:35:26
03:48:09
8
19
543
JASON FRITZ
M
40 to 49
02:09:58
01:38:11
03:48:09
16
47
770
KATE MARTIN
F
30 to 39
02:14:03
01:34:15
03:48:18
9
20
786
ANJA MULLER-DEIBICHT
F
30 to 39
02:05:07
01:44:12
03:49:19
10
21
587
JAN MORRISON
M
40 to 49
02:07:27
01:42:06
03:49:33
17
48
804
RACHEL QUIGLEY
F
40 to 49
02:09:42
01:40:44
03:50:26
9
22
599
ROBERT PHILPOT
M
30 to 39
02:11:06
01:39:45
03:50:51
14
49
639
LUKE WARREN
M
20 to 29
02:07:59
01:43:12
03:51:11
11
50
518
ANDREW CARR
M
40 to 49
02:10:14
01:41:27
03:51:42
18
51
799
KIM POTGIETER
F
40 to 49
02:11:29
01:40:37
03:52:07
10
23
528
RHETT DAHL
M
40 to 49
02:08:56
01:43:52
03:52:49
19
52
570
JACO LOMBAARD
M
30 to 39
02:11:43
01:41:06
03:52:49
15
53
533
BENJAMIN DEEB
M
30 to 39
02:12:05
01:41:14
03:53:19
16
54
580
DEAN MCBRIDE
M
30 to 39
02:14:41
01:38:42
03:53:23
17
55
621
LUCA TRAINI
M
30 to 39
02:10:23
01:43:07
03:53:31
18
56
530
ANTHONY DANIELS
M
30 to 39
02:10:25
01:43:08
03:53:33
19
57
842
MAGRIETA VAN DEN BERG
F
30 to 39
02:12:47
01:41:03
03:53:51
11
24
684
ALMA BREED
F
20 to 29
02:15:07
01:39:08
03:54:16
2
25
588
SEAN MOWATT
M
30 to 39
02:16:40
01:38:57
03:55:38
20
58
801
CHANA-LEE PRESTON
F
30 to 39
02:16:13
01:39:29
03:55:43
12
26
669
KAREN BARTMANN
F
40 to 49
02:16:54
01:39:43
03:56:38
11
27
759
LOUISE LILFORD
F
40 to 49
02:18:14
01:38:33
03:56:47
12
28
511
CHRIS JOHANNES BRINK
M
40 to 49
02:11:31
01:46:54
03:58:26
20
59
602
BRANDON ROCHAT
M
40 to 49
02:16:01
01:42:26
03:58:28
21
60
796
TARQUIN PHILLIPS
F
30 to 39
02:17:28
01:42:02
03:59:31
13
29
502
SEAN BEMELMAN
M
30 to 39
02:12:20
01:47:50
04:00:10
21
61
632
STEVEN VAN SCHANKE
M
40 to 49
02:12:21
01:47:54
04:00:15
22
62
880
MICHELLE VAN ZYL
F
30 to 39
02:13:06
01:47:16
04:00:22
14
30
798
KATIE PILLINGER
F
30 to 39
02:15:18
01:45:19
04:00:38
15
31
504
RICHARD BEWSEY
M
50 to 59
02:13:45
01:47:40
04:01:26
7
63
730
DOROTHEE HARTMANN
F
50 to 59
02:12:54
01:48:49
04:01:43
2
32
560
SEYE JOLAYEMI
M
30 to 39
02:15:11
01:46:40
04:01:52
22
64
691
HEIDI CARTER-BROWN
F
30 to 39
02:12:56
01:49:03
04:01:59
16
33
839
LAUREN TROTT
F
40 to 49
02:15:34
01:47:01
04:02:35
13
34
835
MEGAN TAYLOR
F
30 to 39
02:10:04
01:52:58
04:03:03
17
35
688
SARAH CAIRNS
F
40 to 49
02:14:59
01:48:18
04:03:18
14
36
514
RIAN BURGER
M
40 to 49
02:16:34
01:46:53
04:03:27
23
65
521
MARK CHAPERON
M
50 to 59
02:12:50
01:50:42
04:03:32
8
66
563
MATTHEW KAPNOUDHIS
M
20 to 29
02:27:58
01:35:56
04:03:55
12
67
820
NICOLENE SHAW
F
30 to 39
02:16:38
01:47:18
04:03:56
18
37
729
MARILIZE HARMSE
F
30 to 39
02:20:12
01:44:14
04:04:26
19
38
550
WERNER HARMSE
M
30 to 39
02:20:13
01:44:15
04:04:29
23
68
821
NICOLA SILCOCK
F
40 to 49
02:15:01
01:49:34
04:04:35
15
39
693
MICHELLE CHAPERON
F
50 to 59
02:14:24
01:50:43
04:05:07
3
40
758
MEGAN LESTER
F
30 to 39
02:18:55
01:46:59
04:05:55
20
41
566
SHANE LESTER
M
20 to 29
02:18:57
01:46:58
04:05:55
13
69
641
VICTOR WILLIAMS
M
50 to 59
02:19:06
01:48:05
04:07:11
9
70
731
INEKE HEINSEN
F
30 to 39
02:17:35
01:50:19
04:07:55
21
42
753
ELIZBA KOTZE
F
40 to 49
02:18:18
01:49:41
04:08:00
16
43
589
ANGUS MURRAY
M
30 to 39
02:20:29
01:48:07
04:08:37
24
71
828
MICHELLE SPARKE
F
40 to 49
02:25:07
01:43:35
04:08:42
17
44
812
CLAIRE SCHIPHOLT
F
40 to 49
02:19:37
01:49:38
04:09:15
18
45
860
WERNA VIEWEGER
F
30 to 39
02:21:10
01:48:25
04:09:36
22
46
815
BEATE SCHULTE-BRADER
F
50 to 59
02:20:05
01:50:15
04:10:20
4
47
559
DARRON JOHNSON
M
40 to 49
02:21:10
01:49:13
04:10:23
24
72
837
CLAIR TIMLIN
F
60 to 69
02:19:57
01:50:26
04:10:23
1
48
624
CHRISTIAAN VAN DEN BERG
M
30 to 39
02:29:37
01:41:21
04:10:59
25
73
823
KAYLEE SMIT
F
20 to 29
02:17:36
01:53:43
04:11:20
3
49
856
FEN VAN TONDER
F
40 to 49
02:15:34
01:56:02
04:11:36
19
50
709
GAIL DE ZEEUW
F
40 to 49
02:20:53
01:51:35
04:12:28
20
51
532
CHRISTOPHER DE ZEEUW
M
30 to 39
02:20:54
01:51:36
04:12:30
26
74
767
KAREN MAIDEN
F
50 to 59
02:20:58
01:51:41
04:12:40
5
52
653
PETER VAN DOESBURGH
M
30 to 39
02:23:06
01:49:37
04:12:43
27
75
794
FAITH PARK
F
20 to 29
02:18:15
01:54:33
04:12:49
4
53
522
MARK CHARLESWORTH
M
30 to 39
02:18:04
01:54:52
04:12:57
28
76
614
JEFFREY SNEDDON
M
30 to 39
02:23:32
01:49:25
04:12:58
29
77
676
NONHLANHLA BIGGINS
F
40 to 49
02:17:42
01:55:50
04:13:33
21
54
535
KEVIN DERMAN
M
40 to 49
02:23:32
01:50:57
04:14:30
25
78
853
THERESA VAN RENSBURG
F
30 to 39
02:21:35
01:52:56
04:14:31
23
55
772
INGRID MCMAHON
F
40 to 49
02:23:32
01:51:28
04:15:00
22
56
696
CINDY CHRISTODOULOU
F
50 to 59
02:21:55
01:53:23
04:15:19
6
57
568
TRENT LILFORD
M
10 to 19
02:18:19
01:57:02
04:15:21
2
79
678
KATHRYN BOLTON
F
40 to 49
02:21:33
01:54:14
04:15:48
23
58
596
RICHARD PATERSON
M
40 to 49
02:24:28
01:52:06
04:16:35
26
80
519
MOHAMMED CARRIM
M
30 to 39
02:27:51
01:48:51
04:16:43
30
81
721
ALLISON FLETCHER
F
50 to 59
02:20:39
01:57:19
04:17:58
7
59
583
PHENYANE MELUSI
M
30 to 39
02:22:22
01:55:56
04:18:18
31
82
685
CINDY-LEE BROWN
F
50 to 59
02:22:03
01:56:34
04:18:37
8
60
775
JELLEKE MELESSEN
F
30 to 39
02:20:53
01:57:45
04:18:38
24
61
745
VICTORIA JOHNSON
F
30 to 39
02:31:10
01:48:04
04:19:15
25
62
874
ERICA WOODS
F
30 to 39
02:29:03
01:51:27
04:20:30
26
63
873
JULIA WOODS
F
30 to 39
02:29:06
01:51:28
04:20:34
27
64
773
KELLY MCVICAR
F
10 to 19
02:28:14
01:54:28
04:22:42
2
65
849
ASHLEIGH VAN DER WEELE
F
20 to 29
02:23:06
01:59:38
04:22:44
5
66
832
JENNY SUTTON
F
50 to 59
02:31:18
01:52:38
04:23:56
9
67
862
MERCIA VOLSCHENK
F
30 to 39
02:23:49
02:00:45
04:24:35
28
68
852
HILDA VAN NIEKERK
F
40 to 49
02:28:10
01:57:03
04:25:13
24
69
722
ENGELA FOUCHE
F
30 to 39
02:29:40
01:55:36
04:25:17
29
70
829
CHANTAL STARCK
F
40 to 49
02:28:12
01:57:05
04:25:17
25
71
668
LYN ALDERSON
F
40 to 49
02:27:26
01:58:35
04:26:02
26
72
655
BRUCE ROLLARDS
M
30 to 39
02:29:01
01:57:22
04:26:24
32
83
594
MAURITZ OBERHOLZER
M
40 to 49
02:28:13
01:58:23
04:26:36
27
84
792
RIA OBERHOLZER
F
30 to 39
02:28:11
01:58:25
04:26:36
30
73
531
DAVID DE LEEUW
M
40 to 49
02:29:45
01:57:22
04:27:08
28
85
671
MEGAN BEDINGHAM
F
40 to 49
02:30:04
01:57:13
04:27:18
27
74
600
ANTON POTGIETER
M
40 to 49
02:31:38
01:56:15
04:27:53
29
86
635
EBEN VENTER
M
30 to 39
02:29:39
01:58:34
04:28:13
33
87
613
MICHAEL SLATTERY
M
40 to 49
02:40:22
01:48:35
04:28:57
30
88
795
PIA PATERSON
F
30 to 39
02:27:20
02:02:31
04:29:51
31
75
576
STEVEN MAIN
M
40 to 49
02:50:39
01:39:49
04:30:28
31
89
503
SEBASTIEN BERTHOU
M
40 to 49
02:30:45
02:00:03
04:30:49
32
90
741
STELLA JAMES
F
30 to 39
02:27:59
02:03:52
04:31:52
32
76
751
MARIA KAVALLIERATOS
F
60 to 69
02:29:53
02:02:17
04:32:11
2
77
673
ALBINE BERTHOU
F
40 to 49
02:36:56
01:56:08
04:33:05
28
78
524
TREVOR CLARK
M
40 to 49
02:27:05
02:06:15
04:33:20
33
91
501
FRANK MARTIN BEKKENS
M
50 to 59
02:33:30
02:02:20
04:35:50
10
92
505
MICHAEL BLAKE
M
40 to 49
02:16:01
02:20:47
04:36:48
34
93
779
MBALI FELICITY MOHLAKOANE
F
20 to 29
02:34:09
02:02:52
04:37:01
6
79
633
MICHAEL VAN TONDER
M
50 to 59
02:35:42
02:03:01
04:38:44
11
94
790
NICOLA-ANN NEL
F
20 to 29
02:57:55
01:41:09
04:39:04
7
80
808
SUZANNE RODD
F
40 to 49
02:35:00
02:04:34
04:39:35
29
81
838
MARGIE TOURS
F
40 to 49
02:35:02
02:04:37
04:39:40
30
82
556
CRAIG HILL
M
30 to 39
02:32:07
02:08:20
04:40:27
34
95
603
JONOTHAN ROTHMAN
M
30 to 39
02:38:39
02:02:28
04:41:07
35
96
534
SHAUN DEKOCK
M
30 to 39
02:37:56
02:03:32
04:41:29
36
97
833
SUSAN SYMONS
F
30 to 39
02:37:58
02:03:31
04:41:30
33
83
512
DARYN BROWN
M
50 to 59
02:38:51
02:02:53
04:41:45
12
98
702
SARAH COURTNEY
F
30 to 39
02:35:00
02:07:02
04:42:02
34
84
545
JEAN GEYSER
M
20 to 29
02:51:03
01:51:20
04:42:24
14
99
541
MARK FLETCHER
M
50 to 59
02:41:22
02:02:09
04:43:32
13
100
819
INGRID SELLSCHOP
F
40 to 49
02:43:37
02:01:09
04:44:47
31
85
755
COLLEEN KROG
F
30 to 39
02:35:35
02:11:39
04:47:14
35
86
871
CARA WILTON
F
30 to 39
02:54:22
01:53:05
04:47:28
36
87
787
SAMANTHA MYNHARDT
F
30 to 39
02:39:11
02:08:19
04:47:30
37
88
697
ALEXA CHRISTOPHER
F
30 to 39
02:41:17
02:06:33
04:47:50
38
89
605
MICHAEL SANNE
M
20 to 29
02:51:02
01:57:51
04:48:53
15
101
715
ANDREA ELLENS
F
40 to 49
02:41:56
02:07:11
04:49:08
32
90
674
ROBYN BESTER
F
40 to 49
02:41:19
02:08:09
04:49:29
33
91
797
FRANCES PHILPOT
F
30 to 39
02:41:06
02:08:43
04:49:50
39
92
679
ASHLEIGH BOTHA
F
40 to 49
02:50:33
02:00:04
04:50:38
34
93
508
TYRON BOTHA
M
40 to 49
02:50:35
02:00:05
04:50:41
35
102
859
EMSIE VENTER
F
30 to 39
02:46:07
02:06:18
04:52:25
40
94
830
LEE-ANNE STEWART
F
40 to 49
02:47:58
02:05:33
04:53:32
35
95
615
BRADLEY STEWART
M
40 to 49
02:48:00
02:05:35
04:53:35
36
103
565
PETER LAMPLOUGH
M
30 to 39
02:38:06
02:16:07
04:54:13
37
104
747
KIRSTY JONKER
F
20 to 29
02:38:07
02:16:09
04:54:17
8
96
762
WILNA LOMBAARD
F
30 to 39
02:44:15
02:10:38
04:54:54
41
97
789
DAWN NAYLOR
F
30 to 39
02:43:04
02:11:55
04:54:59
42
98
604
ROELF SANDENBERGH
M
60 to 69
02:41:47
02:13:46
04:55:33
2
105
726
EMMA GOUGH
F
30 to 39
02:44:14
02:11:27
04:55:42
43
99
780
CATHERINE MOODIE
F
30 to 39
02:44:42
02:11:29
04:56:11
44
100
793
CHRISNA OOSTHUIZEN
F
40 to 49
02:38:17
02:17:58
04:56:15
36
101
733
CAROLYN HOLDEN
F
40 to 49
02:47:01
02:09:41
04:56:43
37
102
806
JOANNE RICHARDS
F
30 to 39
02:41:57
02:14:48
04:56:45
45
103
757
JESSICA LAWRENCE
F
20 to 29
02:46:43
02:10:03
04:56:46
9
104
717
BRITTANY FENWICK
F
20 to 29
02:46:45
02:10:07
04:56:53
10
105
864
NICOLA WALTERS
F
20 to 29
02:46:43
02:10:11
04:56:54
11
106
746
SHAILEEN JOHNSON
F
40 to 49
02:48:25
02:10:54
04:59:20
38
107
800
GILLIAN PRESTON
F
60 to 69
02:49:48
02:09:38
04:59:26
3
108
817
MORONGWA MARTHA SEKHU
F
30 to 39
02:46:08
02:13:21
04:59:30
46
109
811
NICOLE SANNE
F
20 to 29
02:53:40
02:05:52
04:59:33
12
110
631
JOHANN VAN SCHALKWYK
M
50 to 59
02:47:34
02:14:34
05:02:09
14
106
713
CATH DUFF
F
30 to 39
02:48:35
02:15:05
05:03:41
47
111
719
JENNI FINCH
F
40 to 49
02:42:01
02:22:09
05:04:10
39
112
634
WARREN VEENMAN
M
60 to 69
02:53:22
02:10:52
05:04:15
3
107
752
ROELIEN KOEN
F
40 to 49
02:43:11
02:22:25
05:05:37
40
113
776
CISKA MEYER
F
40 to 49
02:50:36
02:16:18
05:06:54
41
114
858
SALLY VEENMAN
F
40 to 49
02:50:33
02:16:23
05:06:56
42
115
703
BEVERLY DA COSTA
F
50 to 59
02:50:37
02:16:19
05:06:56
10
116
768
LOREN MAIN
F
40 to 49
02:50:41
02:16:20
05:07:01
43
117
764
LAUREN LOWRY
F
40 to 49
02:50:45
02:16:25
05:07:11
44
118
805
CATHERINE RADEMEYER
F
30 to 39
02:55:21
02:11:52
05:07:13
48
119
850
SIAN VAN DER WEELE
F
20 to 29
03:03:15
02:05:14
05:08:29
13
120
569
GEOFF LINNELL
M
40 to 49
02:50:32
02:18:08
05:08:41
37
108
760
CAROLYN LINNELL
F
40 to 49
02:50:34
02:18:07
05:08:42
45
121
670
SARETHA BASSON
F
20 to 29
02:55:06
02:13:50
05:08:56
14
122
836
OLGA THANGAVAY
F
30 to 39
02:51:33
02:18:08
05:09:42
49
123
553
GAVIN HAZELL
M
40 to 49
02:51:34
02:18:10
05:09:44
38
109
637
JANNIE VILJOEN
M
30 to 39
03:03:57
02:05:50
05:09:48
38
110
598
HENRY PENNELLS
M
40 to 49
02:48:39
02:23:45
05:12:25
39
111
857
LEA-NE VAN ZYL
F
20 to 29
02:29:24
02:43:19
05:12:43
15
124
742
IDONETTE JANSE VAN VUUREN
F
30 to 39
02:49:58
02:24:10
05:14:09
50
125
734
CHANTAL HUGO
F
40 to 49
02:56:14
02:19:12
05:15:27
46
126
766
MAUREEN LYONS
F
40 to 49
02:56:13
02:22:12
05:18:26
47
127
708
SAMANTHA DE LA PORTE
F
40 to 49
02:56:16
02:22:14
05:18:31
48
128
686
MICHELLE BUNGEY
F
40 to 49
02:56:33
02:22:04
05:18:37
49
129
781
ADORACION MORENO
F
50 to 59
02:57:15
02:22:54
05:20:09
11
130
769
DAWN MARAIS
F
40 to 49
02:56:19
02:24:09
05:20:28
50
131
694
HANLIE CHEMALY
F
40 to 49
02:57:34
02:24:56
05:22:31
51
132
740
KOBA JAKOB
F
30 to 39
02:56:18
02:27:19
05:23:37
51
133
558
OLAF JAKOB
M
20 to 29
02:56:16
02:27:22
05:23:38
16
112
855
ELEANOR VAN TONDER
F
40 to 49
03:06:05
02:18:03
05:24:09
52
134
783
ELLA MORRISON
F
30 to 39
03:03:38
02:20:49
05:24:27
52
135
881
KHOMOTSO RAMPHELE
F
30 to 39
02:59:16
02:25:21
05:24:37
53
136
610
TIM SCULLY
M
40 to 49
03:01:17
02:25:24
05:26:42
40
113
824
JEANRI SMITH
F
30 to 39
02:52:25
02:34:19
05:26:44
54
137
834
TAPIWA TAFA
F
30 to 39
03:06:44
02:23:23
05:30:07
55
138
700
HELENE CLOETE
F
30 to 39
02:56:24
02:34:20
05:30:45
56
139
875
JENNY WRIGHT
F
30 to 39
03:11:48
02:19:44
05:31:32
57
140
526
CORMAC CORMAC SLATTERY
M
30 to 39
03:05:15
02:27:05
05:32:21
39
114
509
PHILIP BOUCHER
M
40 to 49
03:07:15
02:26:37
05:33:53
41
115
680
PAULA BOUCHER
F
40 to 49
03:07:14
02:26:39
05:33:54
53
141
743
MARIE JANSE VAN VUUREN
F
60 to 69
03:06:03
02:27:54
05:33:58
4
142
724
ROBYN FRANCES
F
40 to 49
03:05:31
02:28:48
05:34:20
54
143
525
KENNETH COLLETT
M
30 to 39
03:20:59
02:13:38
05:34:37
40
116
567
SAUL LEVENSTEIN
M
30 to 39
02:58:32
02:38:02
05:36:34
41
117
744
SIPHIWESIHLE JELE
F
20 to 29
03:14:33
02:23:21
05:37:54
16
144
877
INGE ZONDAGH
F
30 to 39
03:44:45
01:54:50
05:39:35
58
145
517
GRAHAM BURNSIDE
M
60 to 69
03:15:06
02:27:01
05:42:08
4
118
848
YVETTE VAN DER WEELE
F
50 to 59
03:15:07
02:27:03
05:42:11
12
146
581
CORMAC MCCREESH
M
50 to 59
03:10:11
02:36:05
05:46:16
15
119
810
CORLIA SANDENBERGH
F
60 to 69
03:42:16
02:13:48
05:56:05
5
147
861
NICOLA VILJOEN
F
30 to 39
03:20:55
02:36:03
05:56:59
59
148
695
JENI CHICK
F
50 to 59
03:26:49
02:53:24
06:20:14
13
149
706
VICKI DANIELS
F
50 to 59
03:30:53
02:51:25
06:22:19
14
150
748
ADELE JORDAAN
F
30 to 39
03:57:52
02:43:45
06:41:37
60
151
218
NEIL VAN STRAATEN
M
30 to 39
05:02:14
01:59:53
07:02:07
42
120
540
RICHARD FLANDERS
M
30 to 39
03:48:41
03:16:07
07:04:49
43
121
720
ROXANNE FLANDERS
F
30 to 39
03:48:43
03:16:09
07:04:52
61
152
809
CORNE ROSSOUW
F
40 to 49
03:57:55
03:07:52
07:05:47
55
153
262
JEAN DYER
F
30 to 39
05:25:00
01:46:49
07:11:50
62
154
644
PETER YUILLE
M
60 to 69
04:02:47
03:09:57
07:12:44
5
122
736
SHELLEY HUTTON
F
40 to 49
03:59:02
03:23:46
07:22:48
56
155
785
NOKUTHULA MTHETHWA
F
30 to 39
04:18:44
03:06:25
07:25:10
63
156
802
JILL PRINS
F
30 to 39
04:19:37
03:05:49
07:25:26
64
157
707
NICOLA DAVIDSON
F
40 to 49
04:19:39
03:28:00
07:47:39
57
158
876
VERNA YUILLE
F
60 to 69
04:25:31
03:45:41
08:11:12
6
159
585
KEVIN MEYER
M
20 to 29
04:25:52
03:45:43
08:11:36
17
123
572
PETER LOWRY
M
40 to 49
3:18:40
01:58:30
42
124
869
LISA WHITE
F
30 to 39
02:21:59
65
160
656
OSWALD GARLICK
M
30 to 39
02:05:57
44
124
555
WERNER HENNING
M
40 to 49
02:33:35
42
124
725
FERYAL GAMILDIEN
F
20 to 29
03:36:01
17
160
692
MARIAN CHANEY-RUESINK
F
30 to 39
02:49:22
65
160
831
YVONNE STRYDOM
F
30 to 39
3:42:16
02:18:54
65
160
845
CHRISELDA VAN DER WALT
F
30 to 39
03:18:39
65
160
698
JACOBIE CLAASEN
F
20 to 29
02:41:57
17
160
564
MARK KAPNOUDHIS
M
50 to 59
3:48:43
01:35:58
16
124
538
DAVID EMMETT
M
30 to 39
02:11:56
44
124
872
JOANNE WOOD
F
30 to 39
02:40:09
65
160
778
LAUREN MIDGLEY
F
30 to 39
3:59:02
02:00:08
65
160
623
GEOFFREY TROTT
M
40 to 49
02:29:33
42
124
705
JEMMA DANIEL
F
10 to 19
4:02:47
02:53:23
3
160
827
NATALIE SNOWDEN
F
30 to 39
4:04:08
02:19:47
65
160
851
LINDA VAN HEMERT
F
40 to 49
02:51:11
58
160
542
MARIO FOURIE
M
40 to 49
4:18:44
02:18:47
42
124
718
ALEXANDRA FENWICK
F
30 to 39
02:46:49
65
160
506
SEAN BOKELMANN
M
30 to 39
02:41:58
44
124
710
SIHLE DLAMINI
F
20 to 29
04:01:20
17
160
645
ANTHONY ZAMBELLI
M
40 to 49
02:54:00
42
124
626
HENK VAN DER WALT
M
40 to 49
03:18:40
42
124
749
ELMARIE KAPNOUDHIS
F
50 to 59
02:43:18
15
160
813
ROBYN SCHOLZ
F
30 to 39
02:40:18
65
160
791
CINDY NORCOTT
F
40 to 49
02:59:56
58
160
807
CAROLYN ROCHAT
F
40 to 49
02:00:08
58
160
675
JANINE BEWSEY
F
40 to 49
02:31:35
58
160
646
KEVIN ZONDAGH
M
30 to 39
04:04:08
44
124
761
CARA LISHMAN
F
30 to 39
02:31:13
65
160
608
NEVILLE SCHUIT
M
40 to 49
01:58:58
42
124
547
FRITZ GREVENSTEIN
M
30 to 39
02:09:26
44
124
704
BECKY DANIEL
F
50 to 59
02:53:26
15
160
870
BRONWYNNE WIEHL
F
40 to 49
03:15:25
58
160