23rd Annual Tomato Trot a success

THE 23rd annual Tomato Trot and Cycle took place last weekend and saw over 2100 athletes take part across all distances and disciplines.

The overcast weather allowed for the perfect conditions for the event, encouraging a total of 919 timed athletes to attempt the challenging 15 km run, with Hanlie Botha and Bulelani Mgubo bagging first place in the female and male open, respectively.

The gruelling 55 km cycle saw Sally Hayman and Jason Reed achieve first place in the female and male divisions, respectively.

Proudly sponsored by Buco, the day was a huge success with the Conlon entertainment area, the SPAR food tent and the SAB beer tent ensuring there was something to keep the whole family busy.

Results across all timed distances and disciplines are as follows;

15 km run: Female Open
1. Hanlie Botha
2. Andrea Ranger
3. Madelyn Le Roux

15 km run: Male Open
1. Bulelani Mgubo
2. Zingisilo Marikeni
3. Vusumzi Zondo

55 km Cycle: Female
1. Sally Hayman
2. Kim van Kets

55 km Cycle: Male
1. Jason Reed
2. Ryan Hugo
3. liam Graham

35 km Cycle: Female
1. Kirsten Nash
2. Anya Nash
3. Megan Emslie

35 km Cycle: Male
1. Jonathan Rosenstraub
2. Shane Baillie
3. William Leslie

15 km Cycle: Female
1. Madiso Mann
2. Rachel Hayward
3. Carren Van der Merwe

15 km Cycle: Male
1. Jorden Oberem
2. Luke Swinney
3. Colby Wasunt

8 km Cycle: Female
1. Michelle Banres
2. Jessica Gardner
3. Juliete Price

8 km Cycle: Male
1. Colin Coetzer
2. Nqaba Nkonyeni
3. Pieter van Niekerk


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