The race was tight throughout the harbour section, but the youthful power of Lovemore and experience of McGregor allowed them to build up a lead while at sea.
This was announced today by Athletics South Africa (ASA) following discussions between the Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) Board and KwaZulu-Natal Athletics (KZNA).
The CMASA awards recognise the top management at South Africa’s sport and recreation clubs.
South Africa’s senior men’s team dominated the championship event with Sean Rice clinching the championship title ahead of Kenneth Rice.
The junior champ event has historically launched the careers of some of the world’s top surfers and this year’s event is already showcasing some of the next top junior athletes in the sport.
“As I was coaching for the school I used the school’s grounds to do private coaching after school until two years back, when I opened Sailors Academy just opposite the school.”
The teams had just competed against each other at the Groutville market sports field. Development’s co-ordinator Vusi Dlamini thanked the department for the support.
Anglers fishing the Umhlanga beaches on Friday morning mentioned that dead sprats were being washed up on the beach.
The 14-year-old was selected after he performed well at five BMX races held earlier this year in Pietermaritzburg, Queensburg and Giba Gorge in Hillcrest.
The men’s 3rd team ended on a high with the inclusion of two super subs – Paul Holmes and Kevin Essery, who took no prisoners.