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Why I LOVE Running
I was never one of those people who took a liking to sports at school; as a matter of fact I abhorred anything sports related. Even after I finished High school and started my own family, I still didn’t enjoy anything physical at all.  As time went by, my lifestyle became more sedentary, coupled with bad eating habits, drinking and smoking, my weight soon fluctuated. I was very unhappy with my appearance, my lifestyle and the example I was setting for my children...read more
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From the ashes rises a phoenix of a survivor
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A Deliberate decision to make something good of his life despite all odds, carried Bruce Walsh (56) of Protea Valley through the tough times after he lost both his legs in the Planet Hollywood bomb blast in the V&A Waterfront in August 1998.

“I had a choice. I could have despaired, become a loser, but chose to get the better of it and be a victor” he said, not even slightly out of breath after a 5km time trail of the Run Walk for Life in Durbanville when TygerBurger interviewed him.

For Walsh, who has become known for his survival of the bomb blast while both his colleagues standing next to him died, it was another triumph over his fate to join the Run/Walk For Life in Durbanville in January this year.
From starting to walk around the sports filed of the premise of Durbanville High School at first, which is used as a base for the organisation he eventually proceeded, walking 3km. Now he is already walking 7km three times a week with this best time 62 minutes, he said proudly.
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