Lembethe’s legacy lives on

2013-12-28 00:00

WHEN Robert Lembethe decided to take part in his first Dusi Canoe Marathon in 1984 he was unaware of the repercussions his actions would have so many years down the line.

Lembethe enjoyed a long Dusi Canoe Marathon career having paddled in his first in 1984 and completing 16 others, which included a win in the Masters section with Tim Cornish in 1998. Lembethe’s career did not end with the Dusi. He became a respectable sprinter, as well as a marathon runner in the veteran and masters classes.

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