Phalula wins women’s race

2017-08-15 06:02

The streets of Cape Town were filled with women athletes on Women’s Day last Wednesday when just over 17 500 runners and walkers joined forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive in the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the woman to beat in the 10km race, crossing the finish line on the Grand Parade first in an impressive time of 34:21.

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” said Phalula after the race. “Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark.

“Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise.

“I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

After the race, the participants and spectators got to unwind while enjoying a performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

The streets of Cape Town were filled with women athletes on Women’s Day last Wednesday when just over 17 500 runners and walkers joined forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive in the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the woman to beat in the 10km race, crossing the finish line on the Grand Parade first in an impressive time of 34:21.

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” said Phalula after the race.

“Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark.

“Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise.

“I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

After the race, the participants and spectators got to unwind while enjoying a performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

The streets of Cape Town was painted in pink on National Women’s Day on Wednesday with just over 17 500 eager runners and walkers joining forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive at the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the lady to beat in the 10km Totalsports Women’s Race crossing the finish line first at Grand Parade in an impressive 34:21. According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” says Phalula.

“Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark. Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise. I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

After the race, Capetonians got to unwind while enjoying a spectacular performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

The streets of Cape Town was painted in pink on National Women’s Day on Wednesday with just over 17 500 eager runners and walkers joining forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive at the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the lady to beat in the 10km Totalsports Women’s Race crossing the finish line first at Grand Parade in an impressive 34:21. According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” says Phalula.

“Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark. Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise. I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

After the race, Capetonians got to unwind while enjoying a spectacular performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

The streets of Cape Town were filled with women athletes on Women’s Day last Wednesday when just over 17 500 runners and walkers joined forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive in the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the woman to beat in the 10km race, crossing the finish line on the Grand Parade first in an impressive time of 34:21.

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” said Phalula after the race.

“Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark.

“Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise.

“I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

After the race, the participants and spectators got to unwind while enjoying a performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

The streets of Cape Town were filled with women athletes on Women’s Day last Wednesday when just over 17 500 runners and walkers joined forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive in the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the woman to beat in the 10km race, crossing the finish line on the Grand Parade first in an impressive time of 34:21.

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” said Phalula after the race.

“Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark.

“Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise.

“I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

After the race, the participants and spectators got to unwind while enjoying a performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

The streets of Cape Town were filled with women athletes on Women’s Day last Wednesday when just over 17 500 runners and walkers joined forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive in the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the woman to beat in the 10km race, crossing the finish line on the Grand Parade first in an impressive time of 34:21.

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” said Phalula after the race.

“Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark.

“Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise.

“I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

After the race, the participants and spectators got to unwind while enjoying a performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

The streets of Cape Town were filled with women athletes on Women’s Day last Wednesday when just over 17 500 runners and walkers joined forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive in the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the woman to beat in the 10km race, crossing the finish line on the Grand Parade first in an impressive time of 34:21.

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” said Phalula after the race.

“Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark.

“Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise.

“I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

After the race, the participants and spectators got to unwind while enjoying a performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

The streets of Cape Town were filled with women athletes on Women’s Day last Wednesday when just over 17 500 runners and walkers joined forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive in the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the woman to beat in the 10km race, crossing the finish line on the Grand Parade first in an impressive time of 34:21.

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” said Phalula after the race.

“Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark.

“Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise.

“I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

After the race, the participants and spectators got to unwind while enjoying a performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

The streets of Cape Town were filled with women athletes on Women’s Day last Wednesday when just over 17 500 runners and walkers joined forces to #RunForLife in support of PinkDrive in the 16th annual Totalsports Women’s Race.

Lebogang Phalula was the woman to beat in the 10km race, crossing the finish line on the Grand Parade first in an impressive time of 34:21.

Nolene Conrad came in second, while Zintle Xiniwe finished third.

According to Phalula, she desperately wanted to take part in the Cape Town race.

“I told myself that I had to win today,” said Phalula after the race.

“Nolene and Zintle went out strong. I knew that I had to relax and did not push too hard at the start. I took the lead at round about the 3km mark.

“Coming from Johannesburg, I didn’t think that anyone would know me here but everywhere on the route there were people cheering and shouting my name. It was such a nice surprise.

“I love running in Cape Town. The vibe and support at the Totalsports Women’s Race is amazing.”

After the race, the participants and spectators got to unwind while enjoying a performance by one of SA’s most prominent music producers and DJs, Sketchy Bongo.

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