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Century City Sports Festival draws record numbers

Thousands of runners and other athletes turned out for the tenth annual Century City Sports Festival held over the past weekend.

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Date 05 March 2018

First home in the 10km Express, which is one of four races in the Vitality Run Series for Cape Town, was Duane Fortuin of Kuilsriver Runners Club in a time of 30 minutes 33 seconds. He was followed closely by Vuyolwethu Mbukushe of RCS Gugs in a time of 30:36 and Angelo Booysen of CSBOL in 30:39.

The first woman runner home was Nolene Conrad of KPMG in a time of 34:08 with Kyla Van Graan of Nedbank RC WP in second place with a time of 37:23 and Vuyiseka Nkumenge of NEDWP in third place with a time of 38:14.

Special mention must be made of 13-year- old Sibanye Koyo, a learner at Sinenjongo High School in Joe Slovo Park who came second in the Female Juniors category with a time of 49:47. She was beaten by 19 year old Emma Brassington of Pinelands (45:47).

The festival also included School & Corporate Touch Rugby, Five-a-side & Junior Soccer, a Circuit Cycling Kermesse, the Signature Century City National 10km Stand Up Paddling Challenge, Canoe Polo and Dragon Boat Racing.

For the full results of the festival 

Century City Express with Discovery Vitality

School & Corporate Touch Rugby

Five-a-side & Junior Soccer

Circuit Cycling Kermesse

Signature Century City National 10km Stand Up Paddling Challenge

Dragon Boat Racing

A very big thank you to all of our incredible sponsors 

Discovery Vitality

Canal Walk

Intercare

Property World

Coca Cola

The Residenses at Crystal Towers

Cape Town Marriot Crystal Towers

The Colosseum Luxury Hotel

Island Club Hotel & Apartments

Sports Science Institute of South Africa

Tigers MIlk 

The Entertainer 

Keto Nutrition

Manhattan Suites & Conferencing 

Ratanga Junction

Alison Thompson Physiotherapists

Sportsmans Warehouse

Diva Cusine 

Intaka Island