Liquor Hub char­ity walk,run reg­is­tra­tion open

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cat­e­gories will get $200 and run­ners-up $150.There are no prizes for the masters and grand­mas­ters’ cat­e­gories, with Mpofu say­ing the bulk of the spon­sor­ship pack­age will be do­nated to char­ity.

Mpofu said the race will start at Liquor Hub along Fife Street, be­tween 4th and 5th Av­enues. Ath­letes will run east along 4th Av­enue past the Old Mu­tual Heath Streak Cricket Academy to the Khu­malo Hockey Sta­dium and back into town via Leopold Takawira Av­enue and fin­ish at Liquor Hub.

2015 Old Mu­tual Soweto Marathon’s 10KM women’s win­ner Ru­tendo Nya­hora won the in­au­gu­ral Liquor Hub 10KM Fun Run in 34 min­utes 54.23 sec­onds, while Kelvin Pangiso tri­umphed in the men’s cat­e­gory, cross­ing the line in 30 min­utes 36.40 sec­onds.

Nya­hora beat a strong field that in­cluded run­ner-up Con­stance Nyasango, who fin­ished in 36 min 48.02s, Yvette Maka­mure (42 min 50.58s) and Lin­net Tomu (46 min 33.86s).

Pangiso (30 min 36.40s) beat Tendai Zimuto (30 min 50.06s) in a tightly con­tested race.

Mqon­disi Moyo claimed the ju­nior men’s first prize of $150 in a time of 32 min 04.87s, with Re­spect Chi­nosiya fin­ish­ing sec­ond in 32 min 54.71s, while Dumo Mk­wananzi was third a minute later.

The ju­nior women’s com­pe­ti­tion win­ner was Raviro Magomo in 37 min 36.53s. Dzidza Gumede was sec­ond in 37 min 41.97s, while Mar­jory Mu­gari was third in 38 min 22.77s. El­ford Moyo won the men’s wheelchair race, with Mo­lene Muza clinch­ing the women’s event. — @ZililoR

Raj Modi

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