Namibia: 140 Runners Sort out Gondwana’s Marathon in Swakopmund


Round 140 runners took half in Gondwana Assortment’s first SPAR Gondwana Moon Valley which came about final week in Swakopmund.

Gondwana in an announcement stated that the runners had a selection between a full or a half marathon beginning and 6:00 am, and a ten km race that kicked off at 8:00 am, thus the highest runner within the half marathon class crossed the end line earlier than the 10km race even began.

Gondwana confirmed that first within the males’s half marathon was Paulus Daniel in a time of 1:06:23, adopted by Tomas Hilifa Rainhold and Tangeni Sackaria, and the quickest girl was Mweshamekange Indileni in a time of 1:32:53 adopted by Helena Iiping and Pamela Vuraya.

“Congratulations to all of the powerful full marathon runners who completed their race, with Andre Ross ending first at a time of three:06:13, adopted by Jaco van de Berg and Luan Reinders, whereas the quickest lady was Ottilie Aimwata in a time of three:30:59 forward of Anna Amutoku and Marietjie du Plessis, regardless that a number of the high runners misplaced their means on the path they made their means again on to the right route,” added the Assortment.

Moreover, the Gondwana Assortment stated the winner of the 10km race, which was additionally meant as a enjoyable run, was received by Megameno Mateus in a time of 36:28, adopted by David Iiyambo and Erich Goeieman and within the girls’s class, Jivanka Kruger received in a time of 44:40 adopted by Arina Lensing and Ndemufayo Angula.

“We gave the three top-ranking ladies and men within the full and half marathon classes every Gondwana Lodging Worth Vouchers, in addition to prize cash sponsored by SPAR and individuals who completed the 10km race, participated in a fortunate draw successful nice prizes,” added Gondwana.

Gondwana thanked their co-sponsors SPAR, Nova 103.5, OSH-Med worldwide, Two Beards Swakopmund Espresso Roaster, PayToday and FinishTime. “Final however not least, we want to acknowledge all of the participations and all our keen helpers who contributed to the success of Gondwana’s very first operating occasion,” concluded Gondwana.







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