Locals take on Midmar Mile 2018

Seen are the participants together with their coach, Frank Moses and Roshni Luckychund.

Participants from all over the country and world flocked to the Midmar Dam to compete in the various races at the Midmar Mile 2018 event.

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The Hillary Swim Association also competed with a few first-time entrants. Roshni Luckychund, manager of #1 South African Properties in Chatsworth said, “This is not the first time that our company has partnered with a sports club in a community effort.”

She added, “I believe that any form of sport has the capability of opening up a child’s lack of expectations of themselves. Our commitment to our community is important if we want to rule out the negative forces from our areas.”

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Rising Sun Chatsworth

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