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WHEN HENDRICK RAMAALA’S GENES GO ROGUE

Alex Ramaala still clearly remembers the two races that chased him away from athletics.

“My first race was a cross-country race in Alberton, which was apparently one of the hardest races because of the heat and the dust,” the 20-year-old recalls.

“I was 11 and I hadn’t done any training because I’d undermined the running – that was a big mistake.

“I didn’t do badly, I finished 10th, but it was so tough that my

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