Cape Town - With just one month before entries open for the Old
Mutual Two Oceans Ultra Marathon, the OMTOM team has been given the green light
to publish the results of the 2018 OMTOM Ultra Marathon, having received the
final report from the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport
Following the mandatory testing by SAIDS, they have ratified their
findings, allowing the event organisers to finalise the results.
The race took place on Easter Saturday, March 31.
move comes at a most exciting time, as the Two Oceans Marathon gets ready to
celebrate a major milestone in the history of the event - the 50th anniversary
of the world’s most beautiful marathon.
Official top 10 Men:
1. JUSTIN KEMBOI CHESIRE, Nedbank RC International (Kenya):
2. LEBENYA NIKOKA, Nedbank RC International (Lesotho): 03:10:32
3. DAVID GATEBE, HOT Running as Entsika Athletics Club: 03:11:13
4. MELLY KENNEDY KIPTOO, Nedbank RC International (Kenya): 03:11:58
5. BONGMUSA MTHEMBU, Arthur Ford AC: 03:12:09
6. RAPHAEL SEGODI, Rocky Road Runners: 03:12:21
7. LYNO MUCHENA, Maxed Elite International (Zimbabwe): 03:14:15
8. MOEKETSI MOSUHLI, Nedbank RC International (Lesotho): 03:14:53
9. MIKE FOKORONI, Nedbank RC International (Zimbabwe): 03:16:58
10. JESSE GICHUHI, Nedbank RC International (Kenya): 03:17:29
Official Top 10 Women:
1. GERDA STEYN, Nedbank RC: 03:39:32
2. DOMINIKA STELMACH, Maxed Elite International (Poland): 03:41:57
3. CHARNE BOSMAN, Nedbank RC: 03:45:22
4. TANITH MAXWELL, Boxer Superstores AC: 03:49:49
5. ANN ASHWORTH, Massmart AC: 03:50:35
6. ALEXANDRA MOROZOVA, Maxed Elite International (Russia): 03:53:08
7. LOVENESS MADZIVA, Nedbank RC International (Zimbabwe): 03:56:18
8. YOLANDE MACLEAN, KPMG RC (CG): 03:57:55
9. SELAM ABERE ALEBACHEW, Maxed Elite International (Ethiopia):
10. NTOMBESINTU MFUNZI, Nedbank AC: 03:59:27
Two Oceans Marathon NPC Board chairperson, Dr David Maralack, expressed his
appreciation to the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport and
acknowledged the great work being done in ensuring ethical standards are upheld
within the sport.
“As a major event on the global running calendar, the Two Oceans Marathon
remains committed to ensuring the integrity of the sport is upheld at all
times. We are pleased to have finality on the 2018 results and look forward to
an exciting year ahead as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Two Oceans
Marathon,” says Maralack.
For the final set of results, visit the Two Oceans Marathon website: www.twooceansmarathon.org.za
Entries for the 2019 Old Mutual Two Oceans 56km Ultra Marathon open on November 1, 2018, marking the beginning of a milestone year, with a multitude of
activities planned to celebrate this historic occasion.
Next year's race will take place on Easter Saturday, April 20.