Toti pupil wins dance contest at Color Run

2016-10-19 06:00
Bongi Ngcoya from Amanzimtoti Primary is the winner of the dance contest at the warm-up of the Color Run. Photo: Jonathan Burton

Bongi Ngcoya from Amanzimtoti Primary is the winner of the dance contest at the warm-up of the Color Run. Photo: Jonathan Burton

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CLOSE to 6 000 men, women and children braved the breezy cool weather to participate in the 2016 edition of Color Run™ Durban last week.

Despite the weather, attendance was 20% more than last year.

The event culminated in an alfresco family fun party on the school lawns.

Eight-year-old Bongi Ngcoya from Amanzimtoti Primary School won the dance competition at the warm up event.

Ngcoya charmed the crowd with the exact moves to Silentó’s track Watch Me.

Dubbed “the happiest 5km on the planet” – runners and walkers were blasted with colour at intervals during the five kilometre fun run-walk.

For more information, go to the Color Run website http://thecolor and Facebook www.face
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