Weighty prize purse for Durban race

Dominique D'Oliveira and Hanneke Danhauser in action at the last event. PHOTO: Mark Sampson

THE 2018 Fedhealth IMPI Challenge #2 in Durban boasts an impressive combined prize purse of R43 000 with the Men’s and Women’s Elite Race winners guaranteed a whopping R10 000 each on Saturday, 16 June.

Armin Botha (Potchefstroom) obliterated the Elite Men’s field in an impressive time of 02 hours 49 seconds at his very first Fedhealth IMPI Elite Race #1 at Coetzenburg (Stellenbosch) in April this year.

Dominique D’ Oliveira (Bellville, Western Cape) claimed gold in the women’s Fedhealth IMPI Elite Race #1 in a deserving time of 3h5m57s.

Focussing on family involvement, a healthy living and getting outdoors, IMPI Challenge Warriors of all ages can look forward to new and exciting obstacles, an increased prize purse in the Elite Race and amazing sponsor activations to mention just a few innovations. This adrenaline pumping experience will test fitness levels, challenge fears, but most importantly celebrate accomplishments.

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The event will be at the Virginia Trails, Eston. Entry fee for the IMPI Elite 18-20km with 26 tough obstacles (age 18+ years) is R550, the IMPI Corporate, the 10km Challenge distance with extra benefits (age 16+ years), is R500, the IMPI Challenge 10km with 18 obstacles (age 18+ years) is R400, the IMPI Dash 5km with 11 obstacles (ages 10+, all adults welcome) is R300 and the IMPI Mini 1km with eight smaller supervised obstacles (ages six to 10 years) is R100.

When entering the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge #2, adventure seekers can choose to support one or all four event charities – Prochorus Community Development Centre, the Woodside Special Care Centre, NSRI and/or CANSA.

Entrants are encouraged to let creativity reign in the best dressed competition.

Email [email protected] or visit www.impichallenge.co.za.

 

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