Best wishes for Ndhlovu as he competes to solidify spot on Olympic team


Augusta University alumnus and assistant cross country coach Pardon Ndhlovu will compete in the Houston Marathon this weekend in hopes of running 2:14 and solidifying his position on the Zimbabwe Olympic team and the opportunity to compete in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.

Recognizing the significance of this race, Augusta University and its extended family wish Ndhlovu the best of luck in Houston.

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