Hot heels Africa 2013

2013-12-03 09:32


From 5th December to 8th December 2013


Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, near Pringle Bay

Join 150 speed freaks from around the globe, for a weekend of action-packed gravity racing.

Downhill Skateboarding has become increasingly popular amongst all onlookers. This year proved to be a thrilling performance by the skilled and titled, “Kloof Neck bomber", Dec'io Lourenc’o, for his high-speed stunt. Lourenc’o has become clearly apparent with this year race series, currently undefeated after 5 races and indisputably the South African champ for 2013.

Hot Heel Africa is the longest running race on the International Gravity Racing Association World Cup Circuit, where over 40 Internationals and 110 local racers will compete. 

The 6 Categories include Downhill Skateboarding (u/14, u/19, Open and Ladies), Street Luge and Classic Luge. 30 international skaters will join adrenaline junkies alike to see who will take the title. 

SAGRA invite those all young at heart to join the skaters for a weekend of thrills.

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