Pietermaritzburg extreme sports maestro Dreyer delighted as ‘Dragon’ flattens Karoo

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Sithembiso ‘Dragon’ Masango grabbed second spot in the non-stop Munga Cape Grit across the Karoo over the weekend.
Sithembiso ‘Dragon’ Masango grabbed second spot in the non-stop Munga Cape Grit across the Karoo over the weekend.

The city’s extreme sports maestro, Martin Dreyer, was filled with delight after his fearless and super-fit protégés excelled in gruelling mountain biking and canoeing events over the weekend.

The Dusi great and passionate adventurer could not hide his joy when highlighting that Sithembiso “Dragon” Masangom, from his Change a Life Academy, took second spot in the “mighty” Munga Cape Grit across the Karoo.

This uplifting result came a day after other Change a Life products dominated the Gardens City Commercials Non-Stop Dusi, spearheaded by defending champions Msawenkosi Mtolo and Thabani Msia.

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