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#2016Comrades: Male lead keeps changing, Wöstmann stays strong

Zimbabwean Bernard Dandadzi, who led for most of the race, has since dropped out of the leading pack.

The 2016 Comrades Marathon took place on Sunday 29 May, from the Pietermaritzburg City Hall to the Kingsmead Cricket Stadium in the Durban CBD, that’s 89 kilometres and 208 metres, exactly. Picture: Rafiq Wagiet/EWNSport.

DURBAN - There's a little over 30 kilometres to go for the leading man in this year's Comrades Marathon, being run from Pietermaritzburg to Durban.

Three and a half hours in, it's Lesotho-born Teboho Sello who leads the 89 kilometre race, with South African Caroline Wöstmann at the front in the ladies race.



We now eagerly awaiting the first man to arrive at the Kingsmead Cricket Stadium in the Durban CBD, and cross the finish line to claim victory in the 91st edition of this gruelling race.



As it stands, it looks like that man will Sello.

Zimbabwean Bernard Dandadzi, who led for most of the race, has since dropped out of the leading pack.

But with a lot of running still to be done, anything can happen.



In the ladies race, two South Africans are in front.

Wöstmann leads while Charné Bosman is hot on her heels.

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