Participant aims to run faster and faster

10 March, 2016

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Participant aims to run faster and faster

10 Mar,2016Profiles

Nomaphelo Mgayi, a runner, is determined to represent her province in one of the major marathons in the country and the world in the near future.

The 23-Year-old Mgayi is a firefighter at the Hogsback Team in the Eastern Cape who has been running locally since 2010 has been out of action since she went on maternity leave last year. However she said the fitness training sessions done at her base will help her regain her fitness and strength.

“I need to compete a lot this year. Over the years I’ve participated in races in places like Port Elizabeth and Alice for the Mayors Cup and have been winning,” said Nomaphelo.

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