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Urban Is The New Trail At Hollard JURA

The Hollard Jozi Urban Run Adventure (JURA) was held on 27 May, and showed trail runners and obstacle junkies alike that urban is the new trail.

Over 2,000 runners headed to Marks Park on Saturday 27th May 2017 for a trail run, obstacle course race and an adventure through the heart of Johannesburg.

Runners experienced secret parts of the city they’ve never explored before including; storm water drains, 120m floating bridges, hidden obstacles in the forests, rock climbs, a reed tunnel, a 40m water slide by Emmarentia Dam wall and so much more. Both athletes and fun runners walked away with over R50 000 worth of cash prizes.

Images from the weekend on social media can be viewed by following joziadventure on Facebook or @JoziAdventure on Twitter . Images can be purchased from Jetline Action Photo here: https://www.jetlineactionphoto.com


6km Women

  1. Kaylen Scholtz 00:42:02

  2. Megan Hattingh 00:42:47

  3. Michelle van der berg 00:44:20

12km Woman

  1. Alyssa Rebelo 01:06:16

  2. Shani van Wyk 01:06:44

  3. Laura Beth Eicker-Harris 01:09:25

18km Women

  1. Robyn van Niekerk 01:48:26

  2. Erika Vercuiel 01:48:26

  3. Candace Sutton-Pryce 01:48:42

To view full event results visit Jumpertrax.com

Author: Pedro van Gaalen


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