Tag - Pardon Ndhlovu

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...

Join us for a screening of ‘The Extra Mile’

The Jaguar Nation is proud and excited to #RunWithPardon as he competes as a member of the Zimbabwe marathon team in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio. Pardon Ndhlovu grew up in Zimbabwe, and his dreams of attaining an education in America...

Runner hits hurdle, still in race for Olympics

Pardon Ndhlovu, Augusta University alumnus and assistant cross country coach, ran the Houston Marathon on Sunday in hopes of securing his spot on the Zimbabwe Olympic marathon team. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) set a...

Alumnus goes ‘The Extra Mile’

The Extra Mile is a short documentary following assistant coach and recent MBA recipient Pardon Ndhlovu’s journey from Zimbabwe to Rio, by way of Augusta University. He competes in the Olympic marathon on Aug. 21 in Rio, Brazil. Send him your...

Better than 2:16

UPDATE: Augusta University is home to an impressive number of amazing people, but few have come as far – or have the potential to go as far – as assistant coach and MBA recipient Pardon Ndhlovu, who began his journey running barefoot in Zimbabwe and...

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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