Oyster Catcher Ultra Postponed to 18 Nov 2017
The Western and Southern Cape have been hit by severe storms this week and due to the extreme weather conditions continuing over the weekend of 10 June, we were forced to postpone the Oyster Catcher Ultra to 18 November 2017. Winds of between 50 ̶ 100km/h are predicted from the north-west and as our athletes’ › Read more
Pondo Drifter Trail Run 2017
Transkei, Wild Coast, Pondoland, what does the mind’s eye conjure up when it hears these words? Massive cliffs, rough seas, friendly locals, and pristine beaches, or possibly ocean-going cows, colourful rondavels pock marking the landscape or children screaming “SWEATIE, SWEATIE!”? Yes, the Transkei is undeniably and incredibly unique for a number of reasons and by › Read more
The Most Common Running Injuries and How to Avoid Them
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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
All Records Smashed – Oyster Catcher Trail Run
The Oyster Catcher Trail Run was again one for the books. The race that started as a 2-day trail run in 2012, has now on request by the runners, evolved into a 3 day event. Adding on the extra ... › Read more
AJ and Bernard smash afb SOX Trail Run
The afb SOX Trail Run has come to an end and the post-race blues have set in. What a weekend and what a race. Three days of unforgettable time spent in the mountains, forests and along the ... › Read more
Upgrade complete for Oyster Catcher Trail Run
They say if a business makes it past the third year it should survive, in this case and in its third year, the Oyster Catcher Trail Run in the Western Cape of South Africa is going to far exceed ... › Read more
Pondo Drifter an experience not to be missed
We came to Port St Johns that day A strange and diverse bunch We’re introduced one to the next And departed after lunch First thing we saw were vultures proud That soared on thermals high... › Read more

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