Paddlers knew that the second stage of the three-day journey was going to be as tough as they get with the 10km stretch along Inanda Dam not providing any favours with water levels being so low.
Today’s day 2 of the 2016 FNB Dusi Canoe Marathon is a 46km stage from Dusi Bridge to Msinsi Resort on Inanda Dam.
More than R2-million was raised for the registered charities at this year’s Midmar Mile race.
Local runner, Gena Lofstrand, is hoping to reach the World championships later this year.
The game benefited LIV Village and the Kearsney College Bursary Fund.
WBHS are traditionally favourites in the butterfly and did not disappoint with all the age groups winning and the U14, U15 and U16 teams all setting new records.
Are you a moo-ver and a shaker? The Cows need you to help them raise more than R250 000 at this year’s Midmar Mile.
After making the top three in 2016 Dusi, the local paddler is hoping to achieve a similar result this year.
The two Durban sailors will take part in the gruelling 200km race from Richard’s Bay to Durban.
The Wave Wizzards welcome surfers from all regions to join the club.
Jasmine had a successful 2016 with judo and wants this year to be even bigger.