Kane Reilly and Megan Mackenzie won their respective race categories at the 2018 Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon Trail Run today. Reilly won the 24km men’s race in a time of 1:55:41, while Mackenzie was first home in the women’s 24km race in 2:23:27.
While Cape Town is gearing up for a busy Easter holiday season, the organisers of the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon have confirmed that they are ready for the 49th edition of the world’s most beautiful marathon, scheduled to take place on 31 March 2018.
For the first time in the history of the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon, limited charity entries will also be available for the iconic Ultra Marathon. The full list of charities participating in the 2018 Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon will be available from 1 November on www.twooceansmarathon.org.za.
(Cape Town, 16 November 2017) Online entries for the 2017 Old Mutual Two Oceans Trail Runs will open at 10am (12km) and 11am (24km) respectively on Friday, 1 December 2017.
Trail runners can choose between the 12km route – a perfect race for trail novices – and the 24km run that caters for fit and experienced trail runners.
In the Cape Town suburb of Hout Bay today, 45 new desks were
delivered to the learners of Ikhaya le Themba in Imizamo Yethu as
part of the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon #GOGREEN campaign. Funded by the Two
Oceans Marathon Initiative (TOMI), the unique desks were made from non-organic
(Cape Town, 15 April 2017) Olympic marathoner
Lungile Gongqa took a comfortable win in the 2017 Old Mutual Two Oceans
Marathon, crossing the finish line in 03:09:43 and becoming the first
Capetonian since 1973 to take the Ultra title.
Gongqa, running his first Ultra Marathon in Nedbank colours, was part of the
With approximately three weeks until the 48th edition of the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon, the Two Oceans Marathon NPC has confirmed that the event has brought approximately R672-million into the City of Cape Town and Western Cape Region in 2016.