Bulk team entries close on Friday

2017-05-24 06:03
Nolwazi Magwaza (radio DJ), Amanda Jingela (environmentalist) and Varetia Pillay (Collegians hockey player) get into the team spirit for the Spar Women’s 10/5km on Sunday June 11.Photo: val adamson

Nolwazi Magwaza (radio DJ), Amanda Jingela (environmentalist) and Varetia Pillay (Collegians hockey player) get into the team spirit for the Spar Women’s 10/5km on Sunday June 11.Photo: val adamson

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BULK or team entries for the annual Durban Spar Women’s 10/5km Challenge close on Friday, May 19. The challenge attracts much interest from groups of women representing organisations, schools, corporations and businesses that like to enter as a team. Spar encourages women to use this opportunity for staff, teams and large groups of friends to get out, get to know each other, and enjoy the challenge of achieving a tangible physical and psychological goal together.

Groups entering more than 10 people can do so by e-mailing bulk@spar womensrace.co.za where they will be supplied with guidelines on the race Bulk Entry process.

Official logistics partner, Time Freight will deliver the race packs and goodie bags directly to the team co-ordinator. Bulk entries close on Friday, May 19.

Online entries for individuals can still be done via EFT, which closes on Monday 29 May 2017 and via a credit card (Visa and MasterCard credit cards only) which must be received on or before Sunday, 4 June 2017.

For more information go to www.sparwomensrace.co.za

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