Gary started cycling at the tender age 15, with the peak of his cycling career being in the mid to late eighties, early nineties. In 2012 Gary was crowned the World Master Road Champion and continues to race today, albeit at Master Level.
Gary continues to participate in all forms of cycling from racing to retail and training to cycling events. Gary is married to Helen and is father to two children, Calvin and Bianca.
Letshego is an avid runner and cyclist who has conquered numerous racing events such as the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon, Cape Argus Cycle Tour, 94.7 Cycle Challenge, the Cradle Quest Mountain Bike 3 day stage race and the Ironman 70.3 Triathlon in East London in January 2011.
The love story of the adventure couple Gugu and Letshego Zulu came to a heart wrenching end in 2016 when Gugu died while trying to summit Mount Kilimanjaro. Almost three years later, the businesswoman and fitness enthusiast has penned a book detailing her experience after the death of her husband. She shared on Instagram that while the last few years have been challenging, writing the book has been cathartic.
Le Roux featured in all six of the Springboks’ games during the 1995 RWC tournament and his centre partnership with Japie Mulder is credited with helping to shackle the All Blacks. He played much of his early rugby at fly-half – including three of his appearances at RWC’95 – before switching to inside centre for the latter stages of his career. A multiple Currie Cup winner with the Lions, he finally called it a day in 2000. He was later a founding member of SARPA – the South African Rugby Players’ Association.