Adventure- spirited entrants sought

2017-07-19 06:02
Race organiser, Mark Barber, Chilton Penery, lFaron Mae Fisher and her father, Dean Fisher. Photo: supplied

Race organiser, Mark Barber, Chilton Penery, lFaron Mae Fisher and her father, Dean Fisher. Photo: supplied

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MAD Mud Adventures is calling adventure seekers to join them for an adventure race on Saturday, July 29. It promises to be a fun-filled day with plenty of family entertainment.

Held in the picturesque nature setting of Illovo Business Park, the race course will be set up in the bush and through the river.

A total of R12 000 in prize money will be distributed on the day.

The first race is a pupils’ race for school teams and commences at 8am. Entry is R50 per pupil.

The best school wins R2 000.

The second race is at 12.30pm and is a group race for corporate or family teams.

Entry is R600 per team, or R150 per member, with
R1 000 in prize money for the winning team.

The main race (third race) at 2.30pm is an individual race with timekeeping for the first 100 athletes by Roag (www.roag.co.za). Entry is R150 per person.

Professional sports massages are available to participants afterwards.

The male and female winners in the U18 race will receive R500 each.

Male and female runners in the over-50 race will also receive R500 each.

Main race entrants will receive R500 for a third place in the male and female race, R1 000 for second place in the male and female race and R2 000 for the winners in the male and female races.

Supporters are invited to
support participants along the route and enjoy music and Zulu dancing, among other entertainment for the day.

Drinks and food will be on sale at Toti Brewery.

“The initiative is to uplift the community, create employment for the unemployed and to raise money for a good cause.

“Both Faron Mae Fisher, who
suffers from Glycoge Storage Disease, and Jordon Barber who recently suffered kidney failure, will receive donations towards their medical costs,” said organiser Mark Barber.

For more information, call Barber on 074 887 2243.

 

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