Grabouw is the ideal setting for the PUMA Trail Run

The action packed PUMA Trail Run heads to the picturesque Grabouw Country Club (Western Cape) this coming Saturday, 21 February 2015.

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ProNutro AfricanX Trail Run Announces an increase in prize money

“Let Nature Give You A Run For Your Money” The organises of South Africa’s premier three day stage trail run, the ProNutro AfricanX Trailrun presented by New Balance are celebrating the 7th running of this much anticipated event by announcing a substantial prize purse increase of R77 000, taking the overall total to an impressive sum of R161 100.

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Win an Otter Trail Run entry and help us raise funds

Trail Run South Africa is again hard at work trying to raise funds to try and pay the way for our athletes to head to both the Long Distance and the Ultra World Champs this year. 1. World Ultra Championship - Lake Annecy, France 30 May 2015 2.

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SESIPI, SCHEFFER SUCCESSFULLY DEFEND TITLES AT PUMA TRAIL RUN BUFFELSPOORT

Just under 600 trail running enthusiasts gathered at Buffelspoort Dam (North West Province) on Sunday, 25 January 2015 to partake in the much anticipated PUMA Trail Run.

Forming part of the action of South Africa’s largest off road triathlon, the Totalsports XTERRA presented by REHIDRAT SPORT, the PUMA Trail Run incorporates the XTERRA trail run routes.  Edwin Sesipi and Leilani Scheffer successfully defended their titles in the 12km race crossing the finish line first in 48 minutes 09 seconds and 01 hour 01 minute 21 seconds respectively.

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Ultra Trail Running update

South African Championship The Ultra Trail Mount Moodie (UTMM) on 31 January is the official national championships in the Ultra Trail category for 2015 and the overall winners, as well as winners in the Veterans (40-49) and Masters (50+) categories will be crowned as South African Champions. The 2013 SA Ultra Trail Champs at Addo was our first ever national championships in trail running in South Africa and since there was no championship this year, the winners on that occasion, Nic de Beer and Tracy Zunckel, are the reigning national champions.

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Cederberg Traverse 100km

This year saw the first ever Cederberg Traverse 100km Trail Race. Many people do not know the cederberg, they especially do not know the terrain and how rough and rugged the area is, it is not for the faint hearted. The event was on an unmarked 100km route starting at the Sandrif Camp Site in the Cederberg. There where 5 checkpoints en route with the main checkpoint 4 being at Algeria where athletes where welcomed with a 15m compulsory break and a burger.

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Pikes Peak - World Long Distance Trail Champs

So the day has arrived that our 5 SA athletes will be climbing the World Renowned Pikes Peak. The World Long Distance Trail Champs 2014 kicks off today SA time at 15:00. The event consists of a 21km climb up Pikes Peak.

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Most exciting weekend in SA Trail history

Trail running in SA is growing at an enormous pace! Look what is going on this weekend: International

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SA Trail Champs 2014| Merrell Outeniqua Traverse Race Report

Friday night was windy and unusually warm with a bright full moon creating the uneasy atmosphere that is so typical before a big event. However, by the time registration started on the Saturday morning, the wind began to die down and with the forecasted rainstorm still hours away, the weather was perfect for a big showdown. The only indication of something brewing was the serious look on the faces of the top athletes and a flurry of warm-up routines from early on.

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SA Trail Champs Previews

OPEN MEN Get ready for a showdown of epic proportions. A field full of top class runners will be lining up tomorrow to chase the title of South African champion and earn spots in the team to the World long distance trail championship in Colorado, USA. Picking favourites is very difficult, since they didn't race each other that much this year and picked their races more carefully. Nevertheless, let's stick our necks out and be brave. The one name that comes up most in discussions is Lucky Miya, winner of the Ingeli Marathon.

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