Sponsored | Enter and Win a Toyota Fortuner

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Calling all adrenaline seekers who love exploring and boosting their mental and physical prowess. Get ready to flex your fitness skills! One lucky go! reader* will team up with a South African sports hero for the chance to win a Toyota Fortuner.

INTERESTED?

Take a photo or make a video showing how fit you are (optional, but it will make your entry stand out) and visit toyota.M24lifestyle.co.za to complete the online entry form and get more information. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for more details.

The bold heroes you could team up with:

Oupa Mohojé: Sports champion, Cheetah and former Springbok rugby player.

Giniel de Villiers: Dakar Rally racing driver who continues to put South Africa on the rally driving map.

Zaakirah Khalek: Founder of R3VIVAL, accomplished fitness trainer and fitness influencer in South Africa.

Ashleigh Moolman Pasio: Olympic cyclist and founder and co-owner of Rocacorba Cycling. She rides for UCI Women's World Team SD Worx.

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UP FOR GRABS:

OVERALL WINNER Toyota Fortuner 2.4 GD-6 RB 6MT Retail Value: Over R580 000

Specialized Stumpjumper Alloy 29er mountain bike valued at more than R40 000

Garmin fenix multisport smartwatch worth over R10 000

Salomon active gear worth over R5 000

CONTESTANT PRIZE (one of the four finalists per title) Garmin fenix multisport smartwatch worth over R10 000.

*One finalist will be chosen from Weg/go!, Weg Ry & Sleep and go!Drive & Camp, Rapport and City Press entrants.

Entries close 11 September 2021. The finalist will compete in a series of physical challenges during a week day event in October.

For competition details click: Click Here.


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