CANSA Active Durban Day at Durban beachfront went ahead despite the weather.
The damp and windy conditions were excellent for the first day of the South African Radio Controlled Laser National Championship at the Durban Radio Boat Club’s Model Yacht Pond at Blue Lagoon. The competition will continue on Sunday, 6 November.
Crusaders hosted its first Beer Mile where participants got to dress up in weird and wonderful outfits, and enjoy a fun race, to raise funds for CHOC. Accepting the cheque for an amount of R5 275 raised for the cause was CHOC Cow, Gords Reid and his daughter Amy.
Crowds flocked to Suncoast Casino and Moses Mabhida Stadium to welcome in the cyclists in this year’s Tsogo Sun Amashova Cycle Classic.
Durban High School held a successful water polo tournament over the weekend.
The Color Run, also known as the Happiest 5k on the Planet, saw thousands of Durbanites enjoy the unique paint race that celebrates healthiness, happiness and individuality this morning.
There was a sea of green and gold at Kingspark Stadium on Saturday as fans came out to support the Springboks in their match against the mighty All Blacks.
Rugby fans gathered at Boktown at Suncoast Casino today to watch the Sprinboks play Australia.
Hundreds of Durbanites sporting their “Tope of Hope” enjoyed this beautiful morning at the Pick n Pay Sunflower Fund Fun Walk on the beachfront promenade.
The Pick n Pay 5km Women’s Race garnered much support for The Pink Ladies this morning where thousands of women and children with a few male supporters created a sea of pink along Durban’s beach promenade.
Runners took to the streets of Morningside in the Supa Mama Savages 21.1km half marathon and 10km run/walk on Sunday.