It’s been an exciting finish to the 48th Edition of the Two Oceans Marathon.
There are still a number of runners still on the road in the Ultra Marathon but the elite runners have finished.
Lungile Gongqa has won the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon becoming the first South African to win since 2013 and the first Capetonian to win the race in over three decades.
In the women’s race, Maryna Damantsevich of Belarus was dominant as she eased to victory after defending champion Caroline Wostmann pulled out of the race.
Earlier this morning, South African Irvette Van Zyl defended her 2016 title.
While in the men’s, Namakoe Nkhasi of Lesotho smashed the course record winning in a time of is 1 hour 03 minutes 15 seconds.