10 epic photos from the Johannesburg Hollard Daredevil Run

2018-03-16 16:38
PHOTO: Martin De Kock

PHOTO: Martin De Kock

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The Hollard speedo run challenges Daredevils from Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban to show some skin for a good cause.

Hundreds of men dressed in only their purple speedos ran 5km to raise awareness and money towards testicular cancer treatment.

From painting their bodies completely green to sporting pink hearts on their chests, the men came out in their numbers to support the run and get tested for prostate cancer too.

The Hollard Daredevil Run has been a highlight on the South African social calendar since 2009, attracting thousands of brave men from all walks of life to do their part and help ‘run cancer outta town’.

Here are some pictures from the Johannesburg run.

 

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