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Ultra marathon ace and the brains behind the Mr Pace Chitungwiza Race, Collin Makaza, recently came second in the Two Oceans marathon in South Africa when he romped home in a time of 3h14m45s.
Makaza, who used to personally sponsor the Mr Pace Race (then the last fixture on the national athletics calendar) which used to be held at the Chitungwiza Town Centre, had to abandon it a few years ago due to lack of corporate support.
It has since been replaced by the Old Mutual Fun Run, bankrolled to the tune of $30 000 by the proprietors of the Town Centre.
Makaza, who has also twice won the 50km IAU World Race, came second behind another Zimbabwean, Mike Fokorani in the just ended edition of Two Oceans. Fokorani is the Zimbabwean representative to the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Sports and Recreation Commission Director General, Retired Colonel Charles Nhemachena speaking through the SRC Corporate Communications Manager Tirivashe Nheweyembwa (who also resides in Chitungwiza), showered Makaza and Fokorani with praise saying in a statement:
“The Two Oceans is one of South Africa and indeed Africa’s most prestigious marathons which every athlete aspires to take part in and win.
“It is therefore gratifying to note that our Zimbabwean duo of Fokorani and Makaza took the most coveted prizes of the event. As a sport regulatory body, we’re convinced that we’ve abundant talent in this country to leave an indelible mark at any platform, only if we support our athletes.”
Chitungwiza has also produced one of the world’s best ultra marathon athletes in Stephen Muzhingi who on three consecutive occasions (2009, 2010 and 2011) won the 89km Comrades Marathon which is described as the Most grueling race on earth. He resides in Seke Unit N.
For the achievements, Muzhingi was hosted to a banquet at State House where President Robert Mugabe gave him a cash token of $50 000 and a diplomatic passport. He was also attested into the Air Force of Zimbabwe where he now holds the rank of corporal.