Sunday’s 2018 MiWayLife Durban Ultra Triathlon dished up drama aplenty with sea conditions and atmospheric conditions making the going tough, but this didn’t stop Bradley Weiss and Annah Watkinson from storming to the respective men’s and women’s title on Durban’s Golden Mile. Gnarly surf conditions greeted competitors entered for the Ultra event which forced organisers to shorten the swim from 1.9km to 1.2km in a bid to keep the athletes safety at the top of…"Weiss, Watkinson recover from water woes"
As the already impressive field of elite men athletes continues to improve, 2017 XTERRA World Champion Bradley Weiss and 2017 MiWay Cape Ultra winner JP Burger have both lodged eleventh hour entries for the MiWayLife Durban Ultra Triathlon this weekend. The 2018 edition of the Durban Ultra will double as the South African Long Distance Triathlon Championships and the names on the elite men’s entry list prove just how important this national title is to…"World Champ for Durban Ultra"
The 2018 MiWayLife Durban Ultra Triathlon is three weeks away and organisers have decided that they will be extending the entry deadline for the event until 13 February, allowing athletes the chance to get in those last minute entries. The March 4 event is touted as one of Africa’s greatest ultra and sprint triathlon’s taking in the best that the East Coast of South Africa has to offer. This exciting Ultra Triathlon Series is now…"Durban Ultra extends entry time"
Durban – The upcoming MiWayLife Durban Ultra Triathlon on Sunday, March 4 will give Gauteng-based triathlete Casper Moodie the opportunity to right the wrongs of 2017 when he was hampered by injury.. The 29 year-old finished 15th overall at the 2017 Durban Ultra after he powered through the swim and the ride only to come unstuck during the run. It was a difficult run for him as he struggled with stress fractures. “I was happy…"Casper in the mood for Durban Ultra"
Durban – Champion triathlete Matt Trautman will be heading for the MiWay Durban Ultra Triathlon on Sunday 4 March keen to race the iconic beachfront based course, and to move on from his horrific 2016 crash that left him with fractured vertebrae and reduced to a spectator of the sport that he loves. At last year’s Durban Ultra Trautman was the events most famous, and frustrated spectator, watching the country’s top triathletes racing on a…"Frustrated spectator ready to race"
Defending champion Stuart Marais has committed to returning to take on the MiWay Durban Ultra Triathlon on Sunday 4 March, eager to retain the crown he won so impressively back in March. Marais is a fan of the Durban event that will once again double as the SA Ultra Triathlon Champs for 2018, with its 1,9 km surf swim, 90km bike and 21km run. “The veterans of our sport speak of the Durban Ultra as…"Marais out to defend his crown"