Four SA athletes take on Long Course Duathlon World Champs
Long Course Duathlon World Championships 2018
1-2 September 2018
Hosting their 30th anniversary of the Powermn Zofingen race in Switzerland, the Long Course World Championships was certain to be a success. This year marks 10 years that the long distance world championships is held in Zofingen.
Four endurance-gifted South African athletes braved the cold in Switzerland this past weekend at the Long Course Duathlon World Championships. Powering through 10km run, 150km cycle and final 30km run, the South African athletes finished in the mix with the best in the world. Western Province’s Francis Visser finished 11th in her age category 45-49 in a time of 10:18:49. From Gauteng North, Morne Day finished 12th in his age category of 45-49 in a time of 08:39:47. Western Province based endurance duo Anne-Marie and Mark Anthony Lemmon finished 4th and 21st in their respective age categories (55-59 and 50-54). Anne-Marie finished in a time of 10:33:33 and her husband finished in a time of 08:57:17. Congratulations on these wonderful results.