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Sunday 13 June Virtual Comrades Marathon Pushes Brawlette to the limit, and brings the best out of her By Tracey Mawoneke Almost 12 months to my last article in the Digital Sunday Express - I made contact with the Sunday newspaper this week and told them that I had a story to tell - about the world famous Comrades Marathon, and in particular, this year's edition. The date was set, the race was set. The running kit was nicely laid out the night before. The kit had a story to tell about the race. A Zimbabwe colour-based top with the label: “Zimbabwe, a world of wonders”. Indeed, Zimbabwe is a world of wonders as we would run in a route with scenic views. Red tights, red tutu with white polka dots, socks and trainers, red being one of the insignia on the national flag which symbolises the blood and sweat in this context the training that had been invested. This colour was to take us through the first half of the journey. White on the tutu symbolised peace, that we enjoy a country of peace and we run in peace. 0430, Sunday 13 June was when it all began.