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Monday, November 25, 2013

Troy Prinsloo, Kyna Pereira Win Multiple Times In Capital K

Troy Prinsloo is an established cross-over star and a two-time Olympian from South Africa. Kyna Pereira is a young up-and-coming cross-over star who is making her own marks in both the pool and open water.

Prinsloo won this past weekend's Sunday Tribune Capital K 2.5 km race in South Africa in a close victory over Kyna Pereira.

But KwaZulu Natal Aquatics' 17-year old Pereira, one of the fastest distance freestylers in South Africa, also was the first women in the 1 km, 3 km and 5 km races in the Midmar Dam. They both had a busy, busy weekend as they gear up for a busy, busy season.

2.5 km Race Results:
1. Troy Prinsloo 30:02
2. Kyna Pereira 30:08 (first female)
3. Sasha-Lee Nordengen 30:30 (second female)
4. Martin Binedell 31:04
5. Reuben Zane Schoeman 31:05
6. Carmen Le Roux 31:27 (third female)
7. John Ellis 31:29
8. Clarice Le Roux 32:10 9. Stephen Clarkson 32:28
10. Reegan Tait 33:14

3 km Race Results:
1. Troy Prinsloo 29:10
2. Josh Dannhauser 30:42
3. Bailey Musgrave 31:17
4. Dayne Odendaal 31:21
5. Tristan Doyle 31:23
6. Kyna Pereira 31:29 (first female)
7. Stephen Clarkson 33:15
8. Sasha-Lee Nordengen 33:19 (second female)
9. Cameron Pennell 33:50
10. Tevin Du Toit 34:08

5 km Race Results:
1. Troy Prinsloo 1:01:16
2. Kyna Pereira 1:01:35 (first female)
3. Reuben Zane Schoeman 1:01:53
4. Martin Binedell 1:02:08
5. Sasha-Lee Nordengen 1:02:35 (second female)
6. Camen Le Roux 1:04:19 (third female)
7. John Ellis 1:04:46
8. Clarice Le Roux 1:05:55
9. Reegan Tait 1:06:33
10. Ruan Lotz 1:06:35

For more information on the Sunday Tribune Capital K, one of the seeding events of the Midmar Mile, visit here.

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