The weather for this year’s event has thus far been rather good and it is evident that participants have trained extremely hard to ensure that they cross the finish line.
This year’s event is an up-run and will conclude in Pietermaritzburg.
The coach of the team, Vincent Pillay, is passionate about the team and they have won matches against KwaMashu and Maritzburg.
The member of the Chatsworth Athletic Club hopes to inspire other runners and residents of the community as well.
The competition was enjoyed by all participants, who displayed a sense of true sportsmanship.
After completing his schooling career with an excellent academic record, Singh did not have the finance to study further and instead became a security officer to help protect community members. He soon joined a local football club to pursue this passion on the field.
The Chatsworth Boxing Academy has played a major role in the life of the aspiring boxer, who receives training at the Nelson Mandela Youth Centre. The centre is located in the Chatsworth community and he is coached by the dedicated John Marigaudu alongside his trainer, Derek Vijiam.
The excited Elora Primary School pupil excels academically and in sport believes that chess has the power to improve the mind-set of the youth.
This organisation is a dynamic force in the country and this competition was of a high talent as many provincial and Protea athletes displayed their expertise.
The under 11 team did the club proud with their dedicated participation in their very first time competing.
Members of the organisation discussed and realigned the vision, set new targets and determined strengths and weaknesses during the exciting initiative.