Nyedimane and Njeya win trail series, but…

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Chabeli Nyedimane scored an easy win at the last race of the Castle Lite trail run series. He won all six races in the open division for men and was crowned series champion. One of the race organisers, Michael de Haast is looking on. PHOTO: MANIE SMITH

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The 17 year old Tyler Benning surprised friend and foe when she crossed the finish line way ahead of any female competitor at the last of the Castle Lite trail run series on Saturday. PHOTO: MANIE SMITH
The 17 year old Tyler Benning surprised friend and foe when she crossed the finish line way ahead of any female competitor at the last of the Castle Lite trail run series on Saturday. PHOTO: MANIE SMITH

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He was a mere six seconds ahead of the fighting Meko, who clocked 44:38. The prize money for the third athlete in the open section for men went to Daniël Mohape. Mohape was, however, not third overall as the veteran athlete. Sampi Morapedi beat him to the line but had to settle for the first prize in the veteran section for men.

Courant spoke to Nyedimane after his victory to establish why he left it so late: “I took the race very easy and I knew I could still win if I employ my tactics correctly. The reason I did not want to push myself is the fact that I will be competing in the Hero’s marathon (42,2km) in Umtata next week. This is one of the biggest marathons in the country.”

Njeya was crowned Castle Lite series champion following her victories at all six series races in the open category for women. She clocked 56:24.

But… she must have been surprised like never before in her illustrous distance running career.

The skinny 17-year-old Tyler Benning from the Fichardt Park High School tightened the screws from the onset and Njeya had no ammunition to counter Benning’s consistent fast running over the rough terrain.

Benning’s performance must rate as the best performance of the day. She crossed the line in a quick 53:46. Njeya (56:24) had to settle for an overall second, approximately 800m adrift.

Estie van der Merwe took honours in the veteran section for ladies. – RUFUS BOTHA