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'Tis the season of marathons, it appears. Many South African's and global citizens participated in the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon this past Saturday and Talk Radio 702's, Xolani Gwala will be running the 36th London Marathon on Sunday.
Not everyone likes running but those who do, have shared with Azania Mosaka why they have taken up running with such passion.
For some running is dreadful while others not only use it to keep fit but also push their mental and physical strength.
Take a listen below, as listeners weigh in on what running means to them:
Xolani Gwala ran 42km's at Sunday's London Marathon and missed his time target by only 55 seconds.Read More
An epic business trip is playing itself out ahead of Xolani's participation in the famed London Marathon.Read More
Xolani Gwala speaks to South Africans running the London Marathon including Virgin Atlantic competition winner, Jane Kabinga.Read More
Xolani Gwala says he is privileged to run the London Marathon to help better lives of those who are less fortunate.Read More
Lord Anthony St John of Bletso says London investors are concerned about South Africa's short to medium term policies.Read More
And as part of their celebration, the popular airline is sponsoring Xolani's trip to London for the London Marathon.Read More
Xolani Gwala shares his inspirations, challenges and secrets for a successful marathon ahead of D-day Saturday.Read More