TUT runners take three titles

Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) took honours in the longer races at the recent USSA cross-country championships held in Potchefstroom, North West while the rest of the titles were... Read more

Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) took honours in the longer races at the recent USSA cross-country championships held in Potchefstroom, North West while the rest of the titles were spread amongst the other contesting tertiary institutions.

Portia Ngwenya won the women’s eight-kilometre dice in 30min 19sec and team-mate Gladwin Mzazi then won the men’s 10km in 31:42, the same time clocked by runner-up, Stephen Mokoka also of TUT.

In the shorter races, University of Johannesburg’s Nolene Conrad won the women’s race in 14:10 and Pukke’s Elroy Gelant took the men’s title in 11:43.

The road relay bragging rights went to UJ in the women’s and TUT in the men’s race with combined team times of 22:16 and 52:32 respectively.

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