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Pardon at the finish

When Augusta University alumnus and volunteer coach Pardon Ndhlovu crossed the finish line at the men’s Olympic marathon, Arthur Takahashi and Brennan Meagher, our Jags in Rio, were there to catch these special photos. Follow them on social...

Pardon runs, everyone wins

Today Pardon Ndhlovu represented Zimbabwe at the 2016 Rio Games. A culmination of years of work, Pardon stood toe to toe with the best marathon runners in the world. As one of the best marathoners in the world. Today, Pardon’s dream came true...

For us, Pardon won gold

Growing up, I would always watch the Olympic marathon to see the top runners fight for gold at the final stretch.I had no idea how dramatic and emotional the finish line could be. Until this morning. Today, I didn’t care about gold, silver or...

Pardon describes Rio race preparation

Pardon Ndhlovu, Olympian and Augusta University alumnus, talks about race preparations ahead of Sunday’s Olympic marathon. For the latest from Rio and for great Olympic-related content provided by the talented members of the Augusta University...

Pardon talks about meeting other Olympians

Augusta University alumnus Pardon Ndhlovu gives us the inside story on who he’s met, who he’d like to meet and how he got that photo with the U.S. women’s gymnastics team. For the latest from Rio and for great Olympic-related...

Pardon talks about life in the Olympic Village

Augusta University alumnus Pardon Ndhlovu shares his experiences living in the Olympic Village at the 2016 Rio Games. For the latest from Rio and for great Olympic-related content provided by the talented members of the Augusta University community...

Through Pardon’s eyes

Arthur Takahashi and Brennan Meagher, our folks in Rio, spent some time today with Augusta University alumnus Pardon Ndhlovu, who competes Sunday in the marathon. The three watched some Olympic events on TV while Pardon shared stories — and...

3 Qs: Pardon Ndhlovu

Originally published in the Spring, 2016 issue of A., Augusta University’s alumni magazine. Pardon Ndhlovu came to Augusta University as an international student from Zimbabwe. During his time as a student, Ndhlovu also served as a graduate...

Graduation Spotlight – Pardon Ndhlovu

Why did you choose Augusta University? “I’m the first one from my family in Zimbabwe to go to college. At home, it was every kid’s dream to come to the U.S. because you’re coming for a better life. I came to Augusta University from University...

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