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AfricanX training incorporates XTERRA Trail Run

Trail Runners in action at the 2017 AfricanX Trailrun presented by ASICS.  Photo Credit:  Tobias Ginsberg

Taking place at the Elgin-Grabouw Country Club on Saturday, 24 February 2018, the much anticipated XTERRA Trail Run will double up as the AfricanX Trailrun’s 4th Training Run.   The AfricanX Training Runs are hosted under the guidance of former AfricanX winners Dawid Visser and Rohan Kennedy. The goal is to prepare runners for the 10th annual AfricanX Trailrun presented ...

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XTERRA Trail Run returns to Grabouw

Taking place at the Grabouw Country Club on Saturday, 24 February 2018, the XTERRA Trail Run grants trail running enthusiasts the opportunity to experience the vibe of the Fedhealth XTERRA South African Championship.  Seen here:  Trail Runners in action during the 2017 XTERRA Trail Run.  Photo Credit:  Tobias Ginsberg

Taking place at the Grabouw Country Club on Saturday, 24 February 2018, the XTERRA Trail Run grants trail running enthusiasts the opportunity to experience the vibe of the Fedhealth XTERRA South African Championship.   “The XTERRA Trail Run features the actual 6km and 12km trail run routes of the Fedhealth XTERRA Lite and the Fedhealth XTERRA Full,” says Michael Meyer, ...

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XTERRA Trail Run depicts the raw beauty of Grabouw

South Africa’s trail running enthusiasts were granted the unique opportunity to experience the thrilling XTERRA Vibe on Sunday, 26 February 2017 while taking on only ⅓ of the challenge, the XTERRA Trail Run in Grabouw.
Givemore Mudzinganyama and Edwin Sesipi set the pace in the men’s 12.5km race.  Both runners crossed the finish line in an impressive time of 46 minutes 33 seconds.  Megan Leslie set the pace in the women’s 12.5km XTERRA Trail Run claiming gold in 59 minutes 45 seconds.
 
Seen here (from left to right):  Givemore Mudzinganyama and Edwin Sesipi in action on the day.  Photo Credit:  Tobias Ginsberg

South Africa’s trail running enthusiasts were granted the unique opportunity to experience the thrilling XTERRA Vibe on Sunday, 26 February 2017 while taking on only ⅓ of the challenge, the XTERRA Trail Run in Grabouw. Incorporating the trail run routes of SA’s premier off-road triathlon, the Fedhealth XTERRA, entrants could choose between an action-packed 12.5km and/or 6.5km route. Givemore Mudzinganyama ...

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Mackenzie, Calitz sign up for XTERRA Trail Run Grabouw

Although only signing up for 1/3 of the action, two of South Africa’s elite trail runners, Megan Mackenzie and AJ Calitz will get to experience the electrifying vibe of South Africa’s premier off-road triathlon, the Fedhealth XTERRA by toeing the line at the XTERRA Trail Run in Grabouw on Sunday, 26 February 2017.  Seen here:  AJ Calitz in preparation for the XTERRA Trail Run in Grabouw.  Photo Credit:  Ewald Sadie

Although only signing up for 1/3 of the action, two of South Africa’s elite trail runners, Megan Mackenzie and AJ Calitz will get to experience the electrifying vibe of South Africa’s premier off-road triathlon, the Fedhealth XTERRA by toeing the line at the XTERRA Trail Run in Grabouw on Sunday, 26 February 2017. “The XTERRA Trail Run is something different,” ...

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XTERRA Trail Run returns to Nelson Mandela Bay

Calling all trail running, outdoor and fitness enthusiasts!  The XTERRA Trail Run will return to Kings Beach (Nelson Mandela Bay) on Sunday, 12 February 2017.

Incorporating the trail run routes of SA’s premier off-road triathlon, the Fedhealth XTERRA, entrants can choose between an action-packed 12km and/or 6km route.

Alexia Loizou claimed gold in the women’s race at the inaugural 12km XTERRA Trail Run in Nelson Mandela Bay in 2016.  “It’s great that XTERRA is now being hosted in Nelson Mandela Bay,” said Loizou.  “I entered the XTERRA Trail Run as my road back to XTERRA.  The race was lovely.”  

Siyabonga Kahla was the athlete to beat in the men’s 6km XTERRA Trail Run in Nelson Mandela Bay.  “Myuyisi Gcogco and I decided to take part in the XTERRA Trail Run,” said Kahla.  “We run for Free Spirit Adventures.  Myuyisi came first in the 12km race.   The 6km route was well marked.  I really enjoyed the race.” 

2017 EVENT DATES:  XTERRA Trail Run Nelson Mandela Bay (Port Elizabeth)

Date:	Sunday, 12 February 2017
Venue:	Kings Beach
Distance, Entry Fee & Description:	Distance:  12km 
	Entry Fee:  R180
	Description:  This route will start and finish with a beautiful beach run.  Happy Valley’s trail variety is sure to impress.  Expect some tarred sections, but mostly hard-packed single and jeep tracks with some sandy sections.  Entrants will do two laps in Happy Valley.
	
	Distance:  6km 
	Entry Fee:  R120
	Description:  This route is the same as the 12km route, but entrants will only do one lap.

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For further information or to enter the XTERRA Trail Run contact Stillwater Sports on 082 991 0045, email entries@stillwatersports.com or visit www.stillwatersports.com

Calling all trail running, outdoor and fitness enthusiasts! The XTERRA Trail Run will return to Kings Beach (Nelson Mandela Bay) on Sunday, 12 February 2017. Incorporating the trail run routes of SA’s premier off-road triathlon, the Fedhealth XTERRA, entrants can choose between an action-packed 12km and/or 6km route. Alexia Loizou claimed gold in the women’s race at the inaugural 12km ...

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Badenhorst, Scheffer claim XTERRA Trail Run victories in Buffelspoort

Altus Badenhorst and Leilani Scheffer set the course ablaze in Buffelspoort on Sunday, 22 January 2017 completing the 12km XTERRA Trail Run in 52 minutes 34 seconds and 01 hour 34 seconds respectively.  Seen here:  Altus Badenhorst in action during the 12km XTERRA Trail Run at Buffelspoort Dam.  Photo Credit:  Jetline Action Photo

Altus Badenhorst and Leilani Scheffer set the course ablaze in Buffelspoort on Sunday, 22 January 2017 completing the 12km XTERRA Trail Run in 52 minutes 34 seconds and 01 hour 34 seconds respectively. According to Badenhorst, the 12km XTERRA Trail Run route was challenging. “I come from a road running background. I entered the XTERRA Trail Run for the variation. ...

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XTERRA Trail Run heads to Buffelspoort

The XTERRA Trail Run will kick off at the beautiful Buffelspoort Dam (North West Province) this coming Sunday, 22 January 2017.  Seen here:  Adele Broodryk in action during the 2016 XTERRA Trail Run in Buffelspoort.  Photo Credit:  Tobias Ginsberg

The XTERRA Trail Run will kick off at the beautiful Buffelspoort Dam (North West Province) this coming Sunday, 22 January 2017. Incorporating the trail run routes of South Africa’s premier off-road triathlon, the Fedhealth XTERRA, trail running enthusiasts can choose between a 6km and 12km route. Making his XTERRA Trail Run debut in Buffelspoort in 2016, Tranquil Gumbo set the course ...

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XTERRA Trail Run entries now open

Xterra Trail Run

Incorporating the trail run routes of South Africa’s premier off-road triathlon, the Fedhealth XTERRA, the XTERRA Trail Run will kick off at the Buffelspoort Dam (North West Province) on Sunday, 22 January 2017, then head to Nelson Mandela Bay on Sunday, 12 February 2017 before culminating at the Grabouw Country Club (Western Cape) on Sunday, 26 February 2017. “The XTERRA ...

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PUMA Trail Run debuts in Nelson Mandela Bay

Kings Beach was host to Nelson Mandela Bay’s very first PUMA Trail Run on Sunday, 31 January 2016.  Myuyisi Gcogco was the trail runner to beat in the men’s race, completing the 10.2km PUMA Trail Run in an impressive time of 38 minutes 27 seconds.  Seen here:  Myuyisi Gcogco in action on the day.  Photo Credit:  Tobias Ginsberg

Kings Beach was host to Nelson Mandela Bay’s very first PUMA Trail Run on Sunday, 31 January 2016. Forming part of the action of South Africa’s largest off road triathlon, the Fedhealth XTERRA, the PUMA Trail Run incorporates the XTERRA trail run routes. Runners could choose between a 6km and 10.2km route that encapsulated the true beauty of Port Elizabeth. ...

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