Comrades prize giving for athletes

2015-06-10 06:00
Toti Athletics Club’s two achievers at Comrades - Karen Sobrino and J. Shishani.

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THE “Comrades ache and pains” prize giving­ was held on Saturday at the Toti Athletics clubhouse.

All our Comrades runners, family and friends had a great day. A big thank you to Belinda and Chris Stange for organising a successful day.

Comrades prize winners: Toti Athletics first male - J. Shishani, second male - H. Sidane, third male - C. Stange, first vet home - C. Stange. First female home - K. Sobrino, second female - C. Carr, third female­ - J. Yelseth, first female vet - K. Sobrino­.

The club entered 62 athletes for the Comrades, with 17 athletes not making it to the finish. This year there was also no silver medals for Amanzimtoti AC.

Coach Cecil Clarke will be introducing the Comrades and Two Oceans programme in October to build athletes to qualify in January and February 2016 for a marathon.

With Comrades a thing of the past athletes must now not go into hibernation with the dark and cold mornings. They have a great opportunity to prepare for the 10km and 21km club champs and work on improving speed work after the mileage needed for Comrades. Athletes can make use of the cross-country leagues and trail runs offered at the moment.

Road running

5 July, Sardine 10,21km and 42km run

12 July, Waterfall 10km run walk


League 5 takes place on 20 June at Stainbank Nature Reserve

Time trial


First Wednesday of the month reverse time trial - predict your time, then a bring and braai afterwards.

A number of our women entered the Ladies Spar 10km on Sunday 7 June with Karen Sobrino coming in second in her age group and a podium finish again. Well done ladies.

The club received news on Wednesday that Themba Ndlovu had died. The club sends its condolences to the family and next of kin. The funeral was held on Sunday and was attended by Amanzimtoti AC athletes. Themba was a well-loved member who always had a big smile and friendly word to offer. RIP Themba. - Supplied

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