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Training Programmes

The Old Mutual Virtual Coach has developed a series of training programmes designed to help you ‘do great things’ with your running goals. Follow the daily plans to help you train and prepare for your next race. Simply select your race and the time you hope to finish in and you’ll be presented with a day-by-day training programme.

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April 26, 2016 Comrades counting down - some interesting little snippet for those on the start line: The race commences around 665m above sea level and drops overall to Durban making it an 'assisted' race 0.73% drop which is over 7 times the allowable for a recognised course - The the distance is obviously A to B and outside the 50% separation allowance for 'distance national / international records' -- That said it would sound…
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April 23, 2016 The Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) has noted and is in the process of implementing a directive from Athletics South Africa that two wheelchair assisted participants be permitted to participate in the 2016 Comrades Marathon. CMA Chairperson Macdonald Chitja says, ‘The CMA welcomes what is an historic decision for our sport and we embrace it in line with the spirit of the Comrades Marathon’s values and vision of equality and inclusivity.’ Chitja adds,…
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April 23, 2016 The 2016 Old Mutual joBerg2c kicked into race mode on a blustery day for riders. Day 2 of the Old Mutual joBerg2c is when the real racing starts at the nine-day, 900km event. After a neutral first day, riders crank into a higher gear for the 93km from Frankfort to Reitz, and for the remaining seven days. Weather conditions on Day 1 were near perfect for a casual meander through the…
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April 22, 2016 Students from around 40 schools in Mpumalanga will take part in a schools version of “South Africa’s got Talent” in Acornhoek on 15 June 2016. Titled the Old Mutual Ubuntu Earth Festival, the competition aims to encourage students to learn about environmental and social issues, as well as educate an audience, through performance. The competing students will choose a category they want to perform in (song – solo, group or choral or poetry…
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