Century City Sports Festival a great Success

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Date 05 April 2017
Author Liesel

Thousands participate in Century City Sports Festival
The 2012 Century City Sports Festival attracted a record number of participants over the weekend with the signature event of the three day festival - the 10km Century City Express road race – boasting a field of close to 2000 runners.
The 10km Century City Express was won by Lindikhaya Mtangayi  of Mr Price Western Cape in a time of thirty minutes and 11 seconds. He was followed closely by Nkosinathi Madyo (Nedbank) in a time of 30:14  with Mthandazo Qhina (Nedbank) in third place with a time of 30:21.
The first woman home was Zintle Xiniwe (Mr Price) in a time of 36:10, with Bulelwa Simae (Nedbank) in second place with a time of 36: 39 followed by Ulrica Stander (New Balance) – 36:55.
Three times Comrades Winner, Vladimir Kotov, who runs in Century City colours was the first Masters over 50 runner home in a time of 33:37.
Accepting his prize, Mtangayi said he now had his sights firmly set on winning the Two Oceans Half Marathon.

The Century City Sports Festival is aimed at both corporate teams and individual participants and provides both participatory and spectator sports including a 2,5km FunRun/Walk which attracted over 350 participants, junior and senior Touch Rugby tournaments,  Five-a-side Corporate Soccer competitions,  Kermesse Road Circuit Cycling races, Junior and Senior Canoe Marathons, Western Province Trials for Canoe Polo, a Dragon Boat Regatta and an under 11 six-a-side Cricket tournament.