The Most Common Running Injuries and How to Avoid Them
-Womens Running Make no bones (or muscles or tendons) about it: Start running, and there’s a good chance injury may follow. Some estimate that nearly 80 percent of runners are injured each year. (They don’t tell you that before joining the track team.) Most injuries are caused by overuse—applying repeated force over a prolonged period › Read more
6 Ways to stay hydrated during running – Women’s Running Magazine
With very high temperatures across the country, the need to stay hydrated before, during and after running becomes increasingly more important. Here are some ideas to ensure you have water readily available during your training runs: Plan your route around water stops.If you are lucky enough to live close to a city or neighborhood park, › Read more
Jakkalsvlei MTB and Jackal Trail Run 31 October 2015
  Trisport’s most recent mountain biking and trail running event rocked the ankle-socks off athletes this past Saturday, 31st October. Set in the serene, green Jakkalsvlei Private Wine Estate, The Jakkalsvlei Mountain Bike Race and Jackal Trail Run were blessed with perfect weather. Cyclists and trail runners enjoyed the cool breeze as they pushed themselves › Read more
Tips on Running on Different Surfaces – Women’s Running Magazine
Getting back to nature is great for runners. Taking to the trails can increase strength and stamina in ways a sidewalk or treadmill never could. Trail running may also reduce the risk of injury, as soft ground is more forgiving on joints. However, that only holds true if you can stay upright. Learn how to reduce your risk of injury on the › Read more
Trail Blazing – Oyster Catcher (Mark Sampson)
Reins Park Nature Reserve, Boggemsbaai, Vleesbaai and St Blaize hiking trail are places your average South African will never have heard of. Conversely Mossel Bay, Garden Route and Gouritz river mouth are more likely to be places South Africans are familiar with. Well the area very much one and the same and has recently hosted › Read more
Outeniqua Quest 2015 around the corner …
Challenging the Outeniqua Mountains, the Outeniqua Quest! The TriSport team will be hosting the Outeniqua Quest for the second year around. The Outeniqua Quest is taking place from the 13-14 June 2015, in the Wilderness – Knysna area and it is definitely not one to miss! Outeniqua Quest gives you a chance to run (or › Read more
Nedbank Save the Rhino TR Ladies Winner
So it was a tough decision trying to decide what to do on the weekend of the 23rd/24th May – either the Magalies Monster MTB & Platinum trail run or the 2 day Save the Rhino Trail run… So I eventually decided to give the Save the Rhino trail run a go since I had › Read more
Nedbank Save the Rhino Trail Run Race Report
Ruby Cliff Trail hosted its second Nedbank event of the year. This time, 180 trail runners gathered for the 4th edition of the Nedbank Save the Rhino Trail run organised by Trisport SA and WildTrail SA. A new venue along with fresh trails gave this race new life and after a successful weekend, there is › Read more
Nedbank Save the Rhino
On behalf of my brother and myself who took part in the Nedbank Save the Rhino Trail Run on Sunday 24 May 2015, I would just like to thank you for a magnificent event that was extremely well organized, well sign-posted and was an absolute privilege to have been a part of- this was made › Read more
Thank you Trisport!
Pondo 3 day trail was more like a holiday than a trail run. Even though the whole run is along the Transkei coast, every day was different. The first day is run mostly through grasslands and is fairly flat. On day two we run along the cliffs and see 2 wonderful waterfalls as well as › Read more
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