Striders runners to tackle Comrades

2017-06-06 06:00
Three women from the Kearsney Striders Athletic Club will be running this year’s Comrades (from left) Nicole Oxlee (three medals), Claudia Stencel (eight medals) and Erika Korte (five medals).Photo: Felicity Van Tonder

Three women from the Kearsney Striders Athletic Club will be running this year’s Comrades (from left) Nicole Oxlee (three medals), Claudia Stencel (eight medals) and Erika Korte (five medals).Photo: Felicity Van Tonder

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KEARSNEY Striders Athletic Club is situated at Kearsney College Botha's Hill.

Time trials are held every Tuesday at 5.30pm and everyone is welcome. For more information, go towww.kearsneystriders.co.za 

Kearsney Striders Athletic Club has 120 members, 32 of whom will be running Comrades Marathon on June 4.

The lowdown on some of the Striders runners who will take on the Comrades:

There is a husband and wife team - Stephen and Gail Main.

A father and son team - Neil and Robert Neat.

Two potential silver medallists - Mofhethi Mfeka and Celimpilo Mfeka.

Four novices - Keegan Foss, Craig Stephenson, James Mcdowell, and Benjamin De Villiers.

Three are going for their back-to-back medals - Brian Vambe, Fabrice Ruscoe and Robert Neat.

 

 

 

 

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