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Zithulele Sinqe

Zithulele Sinqe

(1963 – 2011)

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Zithulele Sinqe

Zithulele Sinqe
(1963 – 2011)

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Zithulele Sinqe

(1963 – 2011)
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About Zithulele
This is a tribute dedicated to Zithulele Sinqe who was a South African long distance athlete. In the 1980s, and despite restrictions under Apartheid, Zithulele Sinqe emerged as one of the leading marathon and half-marathon athletes in the world.
His two greatest races were the 1986 South African marathon championships, where he won in 2:08:04 in a titanic struggle with Wille Mtolo, who was second in 2:08:15. and his even closer contest over the half marathon with Matthews Temane in July 1987 in East London.
Zithulele Sinqe died on the 22nd December 2011. This is an online memorial dedicated to his life. May he rest in peace.
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On 23rd Dec 2011
JP van
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Zithulele was my favourite runner of all time. Not only was he a brilliant runner, he was also an excellent commentator and very friendly and humble. Rest in peace Jet
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Zithulele Sinqe

This is a tribute dedicated to Zithulele Sinqe who was a South African long distance athlete. In the 1980s, and despite restrictions under Apartheid, Zithulele Sinqe emerged as one of the leading marathon and half-marathon athletes in the world.
His two greatest races were the 1986 South African marathon championships, where he won in 2:08:04 in a titanic struggle with Wille Mtolo, who was second in 2:08:15. and his even closer contest over the half marathon with Matthews Temane in July 1987 in East London.
Zithulele Sinqe died on the 22nd December 2011. This is an online memorial dedicated to his life. May he rest in peace.

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