the world's most beautiful marathon
Easter Weekend | 30 & 31 March 2018
OMTOM: the sound that a 21km half-marathon makes as it chews you up.
Omtom nom om…
I’ve been running since I could walk. I was one of those children that all the elders could always count on to run to the shop and buy them their daily newspaper.
On being asked to write a blog for the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon on carbo loading, my first reaction was “are you serious?!” I reckon you will be hard pushe
Motivation. It all comes down to how much you really want it. You got to get angry. Very angry.
I couldn’t have asked for a better kick-start to my running career – the 2004 Old Mutual Two Oceans Half Marathon, was the first 21 kilometres that I had ever ru
I have always been quite an active person, but coming from a sprinting back ground, I never really ran more than 3kms.
Race Day is the culmination of months of dedicated toil.
My initial introduction to the Two Oceans Marathon came through my girlfriend Letshego Moshoeu who signed me up for the 21km, three years ago.
My most recent race was the Durbanville Pharmacy Dan Luyt 15km night race - I’m not sure why it’s called a night race because the sun was still high up in the sky.
Why I run? When asked about my “running career”, and I refer to that term very loosely, as I feel much like a Jamaican bobsledder finding his way in a whole new world!
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