Tabitha Tsatsa Zimbabwe marathon runner

Tarath Tabitha Tsatsa (born September 18, 1972) is a Zimbabwean marathon runner. She set both a national record and a personal best time of 2:29:20, by finishing fourth at the 2008 Dong-A Seoul International Marathon, held in Seoul, South Korea. Tsatsa represented Zimbabwe at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed as a lone female athlete in the women’s marathon. She successfully finished the race in forty-ninth place by two seconds ahead of Turkey’s Bahar Doğan, with a time of 2:37:10. Controversy surrounding the Women’s Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra Marathon 2013 In the women’s race, Natalia Volgina from Russia won the race for the second time, after first winning it 11 years ago. She won it in a time of 3:38:38, followed in second by Tabitha Tsatsa in 3:39:57, with Charne Bosman third in 3:40:19. Soon after Natalie Volgina tested positive for the banned anabolic steroid metenolone. She was stripped of her title with 1st place shifting onto Tabitha Tsatsa.

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