Race Info


22 Jun 2017

Mont Blanc 80k pre-race thoughts

Its less than 14 hours to go to the Mont Blanc 80k (actually it is 86km with a staggering 6100m of ascent and descent!) The pre-race preparation and build-up was supposed to be perfect, as I had 3 weeks in Chamonix with Christiaan to relax and train on the course. However, two and a half weeks ago, I fell badly on my shin on a...

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Top 10 tips to Two Oceans Trail
16 Feb 2017

Top 10 tips to Two Oceans Trail

Don’t worry too much about pace per km or those details. There’s a bit of creativity involved out on the trails and with that comes a very relaxed nature and you really have to go with the flow, although you will still be running hard. Strong ankles, a strong pivot point, a strong core and strong hips are vital to navigate the trail obstacles and to avoid injury,...

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International racing season starts in France on Saturday!
26 May 2016

International racing season starts in France on Saturday!

   On Saturday 28 May, I will be running my first international race of 2016, The Maxi Annecy Race in France. This is a trail race of 85km around Lake Annecy with its beautiful landscapes, mountains and quaint French villages. The Lake Annecy Race is an exceptional event that offers an authentic mountain trail with a great variety, from technical single-tracks through the forests to...

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ULTRA TRAIL CAPE TOWN 2015
14 Oct 2015

ULTRA TRAIL CAPE TOWN 2015

3 October 2015 marked the 2nd anniversary of the UTCT, a 100km, 65km and 20km run on the trails in and around the world famous city of Cape Town. This race was promoted as. After bursting onto the local and international trail running scene in 2014, anticipation was running high for this year’s race. Race director Nic Bornman explains: ‘For decades South Africa have boasted...

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My 50km Extreme Dodo Adventure on Mauritius Island
03 Aug 2015

My 50km Extreme Dodo Adventure on Mauritius Island

Drenched in sweat. Numb legs. Kilometre 33, 17 to go. An unfavourable combination of a very humid, windless day in Mauritius and the aftershock of my win at the Trail du Colorado 39km two weeks prior. The fact that Mauritius had an unusual amount of rain in the 3 weeks leading up to the race made the already extremely technical trails somewhat of a mudbath,...

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Going back to the Dodo
23 Jul 2015

Going back to the Dodo

Landie & her husband Christiaan are leaving for Mauritius on 23 July to take part in their 2nd Dodo Trail. See press release below from Skyrunning South Africa, written by Linda Doke: Island of Mauritius ready to host Africa’s inaugural Skyrunner® Continental Championships “Excitement is brewing not only in Mauritius but also in South Africa with just five days to go before the small Indian...

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KPMG and top trail athlete team up for the long run
22 Jul 2015

KPMG and top trail athlete team up for the long run

KPMG and Landie Greyling – a winning deal! KPMG and top trail athlete team up for the long run KPMG is proud to announce an elite sponsorship with well-loved trail running powerhouse, and KPMG Cape Town employee, Landie Greyling.  With an impressive national and international track record, including record wins in renowned races such as the Buffalo Stampede (Australia), Dodo Extreme (Mauritius) and Two Oceans...

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Next stop: Reunion Island
29 Jun 2015

Next stop: Reunion Island

I was invited to compete in the “Trail du Colorado”, a 38km trail race that takes place on Sunday, 12 July 2015 on the Island of Reunion. The excitement levels are quite high, as rumor has it that this little island might as well be called Trail Paradise! About Reunion Island “An island of true contrasts, the French department of Reunion is unknown to many...

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