Carla Molinaro Secures 3rd Place at Two Oceans

Carla Molinaro secures 3rd place at Two Oceans. Carla, World Record Holder and accomplished long-distance runner, has secured the podium position in the highly competitive Ultra Marathon race Two Oceans. The race, which took place in Cape Town, South Africa, saw Carla complete the challenging 56km course with an impressive time of 3 hours and 41 minutes. 

Carla is a professional runner for Hoka who has competed in numerous international races, including the Comrades Marathon which she plans to return to this year. Her passion and dedication to the sport have earned her a reputation as one of the most talented female long-distance runners in the world. 

Speaking about her achievement, Carla said, 

“I’m thrilled to have secured third place in the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon. It is such a beautiful course and one that is suited more to fast marathon runners so I am glad that I could use my strength to pull me up the climbs and work my way through the field from 10th to 3rd. I’m grateful for the support of my team and everyone who supported me out on course.” 

Woman in a vest and shorts racing along a grassy field. Carla Molinaro secures 3rd place at Two Oceans

Carla’s success in the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon is a testament to her skill, endurance, and commitment to the sport, including her own business and one of the pillars to her success SCY for runners, the app she developed to help other athletes train in the way she does. Her achievement has also been recognised by the running community, with many offering their congratulations and admiration for her outstanding performance. 

Carla Molinaro’s impressive achievement is an inspiration to aspiring athletes worldwide and reinforces the value of perseverance and hard work in achieving success. 

For media inquiries, please contact Hannah Tyldesley

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"It is such a beautiful course and one that is suited more to fast marathon runners so I am glad that I could use my strength to pull me up the climbs and work my way through the field from 10th to 3rd"

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