Hibiscus Challenge gains momentum

2018-05-10 06:00
PHOTO: Precious GumedeMale runners on route at the Hibiscus Coast Challenge.

PHOTO: Precious GumedeMale runners on route at the Hibiscus Coast Challenge.

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ORGANISERS of the Annual Hibiscus Coast Challenge, the South Coast Striders, say they are pleased with the turnout of participants this year.

The challenge took place on May 1 starting at the Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre and proceeded to various roots depending on the distance the runner or walker was registered for. Kim Jones from the Striders said that there was a great vibe and there is good feedback.

“We had plenty of food for the participants and supporters, enough water tables and prompt traffic officers at the various routes.

“The race is gaining momentum and were are hoping for it to become bigger and better next year.” said Jones.

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