MASANDE Mlonyeni (Nedbank AC) was the easy winner of the Bagshaw Bay Ultra on Saturday when he finished the 50km race in three hours, four minutes and 30 seconds ahead of Eric Sigxashe and Mzwanele Maphekula with former Two Oceans winner George Ntshiliza fourth.
Maresa Ah Kun (Bluewater Bay) was an even easier winner in the women’s category.
She finished in 4:12:52 ahead of Janine Gardiner and veteran Celeste Swart.
In the 10km race Amos Nyongo (Nedbank) finished ahead of Melikhaya Frans and Rodney Prins in 31:16.
Thabisa Sirayi (Bluewater Bay) won the women’s category in 41:49 ahead of Babalwa Ngcoko and Olivia Read.
CHAMPIONS Nedbank AC are setting the early pace in the EPA leagues leading all three categories – men, women and participation.
Latest log positions:
Men: Nedbank 50, PEAAC 46, Charlo 45
Women: Nedbank 50, Charlo 47, Elite 45
Participation: Nedbank 299, Charlo 295, Gelvan 278
THE application of “no bar code, no result” for the first time at the Hobie Beach Parkrun cost the top two finishers dearly on Saturday.
Although entry to the race is free, all finishers have to register online and produce the bar code at each race. To comply with global rules, the requirement was enforced for the first time since the introduction of the PE leg six months ago.
Up to this weekend’s run local organisers have accommodated those who did not produce their bar codes resulting in bottlenecks at the finish where results were recorded manually.
Participants who did not produce their bar codes were recorded as unknown.