April has felt like a very long month in terms of my Comrades training. I have managed to run just over 310km this month which is slightly less than I planned due to a viral infection last week nevertheless it has still been a big running month. A highlight for me this month in my… Read More My #Road2Comrades – April Report
I was recently on a local flight back from Cape Town and whilst reading the airline magazine to pass some time I came across a write up on a book called 101 Kruger Tales which is a compilation of 101 extraordinary stories from ordinary visitors to the Kruger National Park. I instantly knew this was… Read More Extraordinary Kruger Tales
For the past three years, Warrick and I have participated in the Delta Dash 6 hour Mountain bike endurance race. What we love about this race is that there is a more relaxed, fun atmosphere to the race than your usual mountain biking races and as an added bonus it takes place on our doorstep… Read More A fun day out on the MTB at Delta Dash
For Christmas last year, Warrick had mentioned to me that he wanted to read this book called Stoked! by Chris Bertish. I knew vaguely who Chris Bertish was as he had spoken at a previous FEAT evening I attended where he talked about his Thames River Source-to-Sea (run/SUP/cycle) expedition he completed in 2013 but I didn’t know… Read More Be Inspired. Be Stoked!
March has been a BIG running month for me having covered a total run distance of 320km and climbed 6696m in elevation. I also completed my first ever stage trail run the Cell C African X Trail Run this month which was a fantastic experience “a must” for any trail running enthusiasts out there. But… Read More My #Road2Comrades – March Report
As per my recent blog post, Warrick and I were in Cape Town last week for the African X trail run. Prior to heading off to register for this great event we had some time to kill and decided to find a nice spot near Stellenbosch to have a quick coffee. We ended up at… Read More Meeting the New Cairo to Cape Town Cycling Record Holder – Michael Strasser
This past weekend Warrick and I made our way down to the Cape to take part in our first ever stage race trail run called the Cell C African X Trail Run. African X is a three-day trail run that requires you to race with a partner so you can either enter as an all-girls… Read More My first stage race Trail Run – The Cell C African X Trail Run
Warrick and I have decided to take on an expedition this year that probably may seem impossible but we are up for the challenge to make it possible. As our late President Nelson Mandela once said “It always seems impossible until it’s done!” which is a motto that we will be living up to in taking… Read More #TeamKernes take on #Joburg2Kili for Qhubeka