Titans ready to do battle on Saturday

2019-06-27 06:01
Stephan Mulder from Brackenfell will be one of the local favourites to step on stage.PHOTO: stehan schoeman

Stephan Mulder from Brackenfell will be one of the local favourites to step on stage.PHOTO: stehan schoeman

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The seventh edition of PCA SA (Physical Culture Association) Battle of the Titans VII will have a massive prize purse of R100 000 in total up for grabs.

The Durbanville High School auditorium will again host one of the country’s premier bodybuilding and fitness events.

A total of 45 divisions including overalls, professional divisions and a disabled division ensures there is a division for every athlete wanting to enter.

PCA SA president Kevin Schwartz (Bellville) pulled out all the stops again to ensure that Saturday will be a memorable occasion for athlete and supporters alike.

Selections will be made for professional status as well as qualification for the PCA SA national championships in Kempton Park on 17 August.

“As a non-profit company, we need the support of sponsors to make shows like these happen. We as PCA SA is very fortunate to have Nutri-Con as our official title sponsor along with others. We are also grateful to SuperSport that will be at the show to showcase our athletes on television.

“One of the things that make the show unique is the custom design of bags that the first three in each division will receive with other great goodies,” said Schwartz.

Athlete registration which is compulsory for all athletes will be from 08:00 to 10:00 at the school. Affiliation is R200 for athletes who haven’t competed in a PCA SA show this year. Division entry is R350.

The show will start at 14:00. Tickets are available at Computicket. Go to www.pcasouthafrica.co.za for more information.

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