Weber back stronger for Midmar Mile

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Former Midmar Mile winner Michelle Weber is ready to give her all in Howick on Sunday following a tough year.
Former Midmar Mile winner Michelle Weber is ready to give her all in Howick on Sunday following a tough year.
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While 2020 was a tough year all round, Michelle Weber had to endure more than most.

The former aQuellé Midmar Mile winner lost her mother early in the year and then had her sport taken away from her when the nation went into lockdown. She was unable to swim or compete at the Olympic Games she had been targeting, when the event was postponed.

But Weber has managed to rise above the challenges and is relishing the prospect of finding out what the next few months hold, starting with the Midmar Mile on Sunday, according to organisers.

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