The Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra Marathon attracts the cream of local and international athletes, offering a tough challenge against a backdrop of spectacular scenery. It has earned a reputation as the world’s most beautiful marathon. The first race was held in 1970 and saw 26 runners line up to face the unknown challenge. Since then, the race has become a national institution and a firm favourite with local, upcountry, and international athletes. The 2016 Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon will take place on Saturday, 26 March
2015 race results
Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon 2016
23 – 25 March 2016: Expo Dates
25 March 2016: Fun/Trail Runs
2016 Entry details
21 October 2015: Ultra Marathon (All runners)
4 November 2015: Half Marathon (Blue Number Club)
11 November 2015: Half Marathon (Running Club members)
14 November 2015: Half Marathon (General entries)
23 November 2015: Half Marathon (Charity entries)
26 November 2015: Trail Runs (All runners)
11 January 2016: Ultra/Half/Trail (Substitution entries)
2016 Entry fee schedule
May 17, 2016
Yesterday i pointed out the way OVER 95% of runners actually run on Comrades day - and it is clearly incorrect....
That is a massive number of people doing something incorrectly and so not surprisingly it is quite a FACT that is hard to believe or come to terms with...
The key point is that any suggestion of "putting time in the bank by half way" is a GUARANTEE that you will…
May 16, 2016
Its only 13 days to Comrades 2016 Down run – So WHY would I want to open this post by highlighting the INCORRECT pacing strategy?
It is said 13 is UNLUCKY – but LUCK has nothing to do with Pacing – DISCIPLINE and Common sense has!
So today is about the FACTS! that lead to DEDUCTIONS and mistakes you do NOT need to make……
Why so many block capital words?
Because unfortunately the facts…
May 13, 2016
The five second rule -- Comrades Planning – 16 days to go
With only 16 days to go until the start of the 91st Comrades, its is the planning that should be grabbing your focus.
No General goes into war without a plan, and no runner should step over the start on Sunday 29 Mary without a clear time and medal objective, and a strategy to achieve it.
Previously we used a “mile”…
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…