This followed a technical glitch during the race which forced ASA to temporary withhold the results until it was appropriate to do release them.
The Womens race was won by Central Gauteng Athletics, followed by Western Province Athletics who took the silver medal. Athletics Gauteng North walked away with the bronze medal for third place.
The release of results also confirms the official times for individual winners in the Women and Men’s races. Thirty two year-old Lebo Phalula clocked 34 minutes 04 seconds in the Women’s contest, while 29 year-old Elroy Gelant stopped his time at 29:18 in the Men’s race in perfect morning weather conditions.
“We are happy that we have been able to release the final results within a reasonable timeline. I want to thank all teams, their managers and athletes for their patience and understanding, plus our technical officials for speedily attending to the glitch.
“We now turn our focus on the ASA Marathon Championships which will be held on Saturday (20 February 2016) at East London,” said Aleck Skhosana, the President of Athletics South Africa.