Ultra-marathoner Redi Tlhabi finds her peace in running

 

While the rest of the world sleeps, Redi Tlhabi can be found taking in lungfuls of cool morning air as she completes yet another training run. This is how she recharges her brain and meditates ahead of another busy day - and gets the most out of her day.

For this mother of two young daughters, long-distance runner (five Comrades and Two Oceans Ultra marathons under her belt), passionate broadcast journalist, television and radio presenter, author and columnist, running calms the spirit first thing in the morning. Redi shares her passion for running with Discovery Vitality and explains her addiction to the madness, joy and pain of the sport.

Watch Redi talk about how she got into running and progressed to ultra-marathoner

 

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