Top-3 finish ‘good enough’ for Non-Stop Dusi’s defending duo

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Non-Stop Dusi Canoe Marathon defending champions Msawenkosi Mtolo and Thabani Msiya are looking forward to the race tomorrow.
Non-Stop Dusi Canoe Marathon defending champions Msawenkosi Mtolo and Thabani Msiya are looking forward to the race tomorrow.
Non-Stop Dusi

Winners of last year’s Non-Stop Dusi Canoe Marathon Msawenkosi Mtolo and Thabani Msiya are confident of having another excellent “Dusi in a day” as all eyes are on them to defend the title.

This year’s Non-Stop Dusi will take place on Friday with at least 45 boats racing from Camps Drift in Pietermaritzburg to Durban.

Unlike the MyLife Dusi Canoe Marathon, for the Non-Stop Dusi there is no prerequisite requirement for paddlers to race in K1 or K2 class. This is why Mtolo and Msiya will team up again in a bid to retain the title.

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