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Coolboy conquers Comores
- Updated: April 15, 2009
South African runners came up tops in the Southern Region half-marathon championships in the Comores at the weekend.
Central Gauteng’s Coolboy Ngamole was in a class of his own in the men’s race and crossed the finish line in a time of 66min 34sec.
He was followed by team-mates, Zongamele Dyubeni and Xolisa Tyali, who crossed the finish line together. Dyubeni was awarded silver and Tyali bronze. Both were timed at 70:51.
Another Central Gauteng athlete, Poppy Mlambo won the gold medal in the women’s race in 80:50.