Tag Archives: TriRock

An African Original – TRIROCK CRADLE of HUMANKIND

Triathlon racing comes to the Cradle of Humankind for the first time and some of the countries’ best triathletes are aiming to have their name inscribed on the winner’s trophy of the aptly named TRIROCK Cradle of Humankind. Following months of event preparation, and the tarring of a link road, the race is all set to go on the 15th February. ...

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Robyn races TriRock Robben Island

Please excuse me, but how often does one get to do a triathlon on an island named after you? Sorry, I mean an island with the same name as you. Robben Island is the island, 7km away from Cape Town, where Nelson Mandela spent 18 years of his 27 year prison sentence, and, as such, forms an important part of ...

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Cradle of Humankind to host a unique sporting celebration. “An African Original”

South Africa’s World Heritage site, Cradle of Humankind, is honouring it’s past by looking to the future. Gauteng Tourism has seen the merit in staging youthful events to celebrate the heritage and beauty of this pristine area. All departments, including Provincial Roads, have come together to make a swim, cycle and run (triathlon) possible. The race will be hosted in ...

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Huge response to event as demand for entries soars

South Africans love competition and this has been borne out by the demand for entries into this year’s edition of TriRock Durban, to be held on the 5th October this year, following the huge success of the inaugural event last year. The field size will be capped at 1200 entries and the current entry list is creeping ever closer to ...

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