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Learner to represent South Africa at World X- Country Championship in Serbia.

Webmaster February 26, 2024 Comments Off on Learner to represent South Africa at World X- Country Championship in Serbia.
Tseko Thoabala training for the cross-country competition that will be held in Serbia

By Mosidi

On 30 of March 2024, Tseko Thoabala will be in Serbia representing South Africa at the World X- country Championship. Team South Africa will leave on 26of March.

He is motivated by the likes of Usain Bolt and Wayde Van Niekerk, by watching their videos and believing that one day he will be on that level too. This is not driven from a point of stardom but admiring their excellence and dedication to their craft.

“When growing up I told myself that I will be like them in the future and that encouraged me” says Thoabala.

This is part of the story of Tseko Thoabala, a 19-year-old learner at Mohlodi Thuto Secondary School in Xhariep District, who says he was not that much interested in sports. Thoabala started cross country at Moemaneng Primary School in 2017 and that is where his love was envisioned and led him to participate in the Nationals in Potchefstroom in 2018, and later in Port Elizabeth.

He attributes his good performance and endurance to “training with athletes of his age and increases his performance every day because all of them were looking for the same thing which is success’.

He balances his studies and sports equally by managing his time and ensures that none sufferers. “I want to study coaching as I believe that running is what I have to focus on for my whole life, I want to create better athletes”, he says.

Thoabala is excited about representing the country at a higher level because “lifting the flag up high is the biggest honour I’ll have, he concludes.

He thanks the school, parents, and coaches for the continuous support to develop his talent.

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