Runners can look forward to some adventure as an array of trail runs hits the South African turf - be it over mountains, through vineyards or beautiful passes.
This event has become a great weekend getaway for the whole family, with many festivities at the end of the races. Where: Breeland Wine Cellar Cost: Long courses: R500 (excluding temp day license) Short courses: R340Contact: Click here for all you need to know and register!
Come and see what Val de Vie's Market is all about - food stalls, wine and a polo match accompany a selection of runs!
The trail running bug is sure to bite and you'll get to experience SA's natural beauty in the process. Here is our list of suggested trail runs for the spring season: CAPE TOWNDurbanville Hills Trail Run The climb is worth the incredible views over Table Mountain and Robben Island at Durbanville Hills.
Enjoy a short or long run through the vineyards with giveaways and an electric vibe!
He won a gold, silver and bronze at the 2004 Olympics.7. America’s 1997 men’s swimmer of the year won two NCAA individual titles at Arizona, set three American records and made the 2000 Sydney Olympics team, assisting on a gold medal relay team.8. Part of Busch’s building years at Arizona, Pepper won the 1993 men’s 100 butterfly and added a second and two third place finishes in the NCAA finals.
His brother, Martin Pepper, won the 1996 NCAA 100 butterfly.9. The Polish distance swimmer was a standout for Busch’s first UA team after winning the 1989 NCAA title in the 1,650 freestyle.
And how can you not if you live in the trail mecca that is South Africa!
Come springtime, trail runners creep out of their holes and once again embrace the longer, warmer days to get fit and active.
Albert Subirats had moved to America in part to learn English, get a scholarship to an NCAA school and work toward the 2008 Beijing Olympics. At the 2007 NCAA championships, Subirats won both the 100 backstroke and 100 butterfly.