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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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August 31, 2015 The 2015 World Championships have arguably been one of the more successful for Athletics in South Africa. Other teams have brought home a greater number of medals, but many have delivered less than the one Gold and two  bronze earned over the last week. Wyade van Niekerk’s SA Record and fourth fastest ever 400m delivered Gold, and Anaso Jobodwana’s 200m national record bronze on the slipstream of a World leading performance by…
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August 31, 2015 The 2016 Comrades Marathon entry process is upon us. The 91st edition of the world’s biggest and oldest ultra-marathon is all set to be run on Sunday, 29 May 2016. 1 September 2015 is the opening date for entries into the 2016 Comrades Marathon. The entry period will close on 30 November 2015 or as soon as the entry cap of 20,000 has been reached. Prospective entrants are encouraged to get…
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August 28, 2015 Preparations are underway for the ninth edition of the much loved community road-running event, the Greater Edendale Race. The first Race Organising Committee meeting was held this week. As part of its corporate social investment initiative, the Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) will once again host the race on Sunday, 15 November 2015 at the FNB Wadley Stadium in Georgetown, Edendale. The race has been attracting nearly 2000 participants on an annual…
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August 27, 2015 Anaso Jobodwana made the impossible possible taking the bronze 200m behind Usain Bolt who ran new world leading time and the 8th fastest time ever of 19.56 seconds. Justin Gatlin was second, but the other star of the show was Jobodwana who broke the 20 second barrier in a new national record in 19.87 seconds. Jobodwana took two hundredths of a second from the other SA medalist, Wayde van Neikerk's mark set…
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