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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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June 05, 2015 Visitors to the Old Mutual stand at the Comrades Marathon Expo, which took place at the Durban Exhibition Centre from May 28 to 30, supported Wildlands and their various rhino conservation projects. The Old Mutual & Wildlands stand at the Comrades Expo included the ground-breaking Oculus Rift, a three-dimensional immersive video which makes use of cutting edge technology to give visitors a vivid glimpse into what the iconic race entails. Old…
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June 01, 2015 Sunday saw the running of the 90th Comrades Marathon between Durban and Pietermaritzburg and what an incredible day it turned out to be. The historic day saw a rare double, as the men’s and ladies titles were won by South Africans and Old Mutual Live was there to bring you all drama and intrigue. Once again Old Mutual Live was the first broadcaster to speak to the winners, Gift Kalehe and…
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June 01, 2015 NO - this will not continue to next year --  but here is a wrap of all results :-) Comrades winner Caroline Wostmann woke on Monday still waiting for it to fully sink in that she os the 2015 Comrades winner and toast of South Africa. “I have moments when I think I am dreaming and then realise – oh my word I won Comrades,” said Wostmann who will take the next…
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June 01, 2015 Caroline Wostmann received over half a Million smiles and an equal number of Rands for her pace-perfect victory in the Comrades Marathon, and creating the first South African men and women’s win since 1992 prior to the lifting of the sporting isolation ban. Her win earned R375000 plus a bonus R175000 as first South African. In addition she will win the money for the hot spots at Drummond (R15000) and Lion…
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