South Africa Nicolas Ferns Struck Double Win To Beat Commonwealth Medalist Emile Erasmus In Sasolburg

Commonwealth 4×100 relay silver medalist, Emile Erasmus was dazed for his time to fall behind Nicholas Ferns’ time on Saturday (13) in Sasolburg South Africa Meet.

The twenty five years old, Nicolas even add 200m to his win in 100m to make it double win. In 100m, he won in 10.37s to Erasmus 10.45s. Then he ran 20.94s. as overall winner in 200m.



100m Nicolas Ferns 10.37 (1.2) 1h3; Emile Erasmus 10.45 (-1,1) 1h1; Siya Nyathi Nyathi 10.51 (1.1) 1h2

200m Nicolas Ferns 20.94 (1.2) 1h1; Ethan Noble 21.33 (0.5) 1h2; Lindukuhle Gora 21.46 (0.5) 1h3

400m Lindukuhle Gora 47.28 1h1; Bongani Sithole 47.85 1h2

800m Renier De Villiers 1:48.15

110mh (-0,7) Ruan De Vries 14.10

400mh Leroux Hamman 51.78

Men u20

200m (0.1) Eckhart Potgieter 21.41

110mh (0,99m) (-0,5) 1 S W Nel 13.89; 2 John Adesola 14.06

Shot Put (6 kg) Juan Oosthuyzen 18.15

Men u18

400m Ruan Oosthuizen 48.68

Shot Put (5 kg) Aiden Smith 19.84


100m (0.2) Reabetswe Moloi 11.85

400mh Gazelle Magerman 1:00.46

Triple Jump-Patience Ntshingila 13.09 (0.5)

Women u20

100mh (-0,3) Marione Fourie 13.78

Long Jump-Joana Gerber 5.96 (1.1)

Women u18

400m Anje Nel 55.90

Shot Put-(3 kg) Lessedi Khunou 15.82

Women u16

200m (0.9) Menike van den Berg 24.96

400m 1 Colene Scheepers 56.43; 2 Marli Dimond 56.56

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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