Titans 21km and 10km runs attract entries from across the city

Mitchell’s Plain Titans hosted its annual 21km and 10km races at the weekend. The event also included a 5km fun run and attracted runners representing clubs from across the city.

Nantes Athletic Club’s Felicia Hugo and Bassier Arendse all smiles as they hit the 21km mark en route to the finish at Rocklands sportsfield. Picture: Fuad Esack
Ommiedraai Friends Athletic Club’s Wahib Sherfodien looking comfortable on Viscount Street en route to the finish line. Picture: Fuad Esack
Goodwood Harriers’ Denzel Abrahams cuts a lonely figure on the portion of Caravelle which was closed off for the duration of Saturday’s race. Picture: Fuad Esack
Spartan Harriers’ Leighton and Nadia Samuels looking comfortable on the final stretch towards the finish line. Picture: Fuad Esack
Khayelitsha Athletic Club’s Siyabulela Nobaza was also among the finishers in Saturday’s 21km run. Picture: Fuad Esack
Khayelitsha Athletic Club’s Mthobeli Lithiko, second from left, looking strong on the final lap. Picture: Fuad Esack
Stragglers Athletic Club’s Tavon Petersen, from Strandfontein, centre, leads a group of runners home in Saturday’s 21km race. Picture: Fuad Esack
Race marshalls Jonathan Mathese, left, and Brandon Petersen on point duty on the corner of Viscount and Caravelle during Saturday’s 21km run in Rocklands. Picture: Fuad Esack
While most senior club members were on point duty, Mitchell’s Plain Titans junior runners were able to hit the street during Saturday’s race. Picture: Fuad Esack
All for one and one for all, as a group of VOB runners look to cross the finish line together. Picture: Fuad Esack
Mission accomplished for Warriors on Wheels’ Ayub Mohamed, as he raises his arms in joy of nearing the finish line in Saturday’s 21km run. Mohamed, along with fellow members take part in road races to help raise awareness, to uplift and empower children living with disabilities. Picture: Fuad Esack
Warriors on Wheels’ Nura Mohamed, support runner Sadiyah Sulaiman and her mother, Razia Hisham, make their way to the finish line in Nura’s second consecutive Mitchell’s Plain Titans 10km run on Saturday.