Each of the participants was tasked with securing pledges based on the time they expected to complete the tough 21 kilometre round trip.
The win now means she qualifies to go to an international tournament of her choosing.
The sporting enthusiasts are using every opportunity to nudge their national fundraiser closer to that lofty tally of R10 million.
The win was celebrated in the stands by a healthy crowd of KZNCU Inland staff and fans who had made the long bus trip to Kimberley to support their team.
Cole Pretorius will be travelling with the team to Tennessee and Arizona where they will take on some of the biggest names in college baseball.
The announcement of Gachaga’s entry re-emphasizes the organiser’s desire to see the world’s fastest time over the 10km distance for this year.
The school paid tribute to coach, Dean Sibson, who guided the boys to victory.
The CMA has announced that more than 13 700 entries were received by Wednesday this week.
Mackenzie who was competing in the junior women’s race, the first event of the day, won SA’s first medal of the games, although she was somewhat gifted the medal.
The flyhalf will pursue a three-year contract with Racing 92 in France.
Simone Harmsworth won the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) KZN provincials, bikini fitness over 163 centimetres.