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Fellow South African Elroy Gelant, who had helped push the pace up front until the latter stages, took third position in 33:41.
Stephen Mokoka again proved his ability at the highest level on Sunday, outsprinting Kenyan Daniel Salel to win the FNB OneRun 12km race in Cape Town.
“I want to be the first black man in the world to medal (in a walking event) at the Olympics”.
Runners who miss the online entry cut-off may secure their entry at the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon Expo.
After an injury hit New York Marathon, Caroline Wostmann has emphasised her marathon credentials
Jamaican Usain Bolt outstripped American rival Justin Gatlin to win his fourth consecutive world 200m title on Thursday to add to the 100m gold he won at the weekend.
Wayde van Niekerk charged to victory in the men’s 400m final in Beijing on Wednesday, securing the nation’s first medal on day five of the World Athletics Championships.
Akani Simbine will resume his battle against the world’s fastest sprinters on Tuesday at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing when he lines up to race in the 200 metres heats.
South African 400 metre hurdles athlete Wenda Nel is in confident mood ahead of her first heat the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, in China, on Sunday.
South African race-walk champion Lebogang Shange says he is targeting a medal at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing on Sunday.
History awaits two South Africans in the 100 metres in the upcoming World Championships in Beijing.
Caroline Wostmann has taken the ultra-marathon world by storm with victories at the 56km Two Oceans and 87km Comrades races this year.
Akani Simbine will be in for another tough race when he lines up for the 100 metres at the Diamond League Meeting, in New York, on Saturday.
The race to become the second South African runner to break the 10- second barrier in the 100 metres has become the key focus between sprinters in the colours of the rainbow nation.