‘It is really amazing to see the good work being done here’
Paddlers take to the warm Indian Ocean waters in one of the most popular series on the East Coast
“It was very funny, they saw my permit but they never even bothered measuring the lobster – just took out their phone’s and started taking pictures.” – Leon Anderson.
The Umhlanga trail run delighted participants with the perfect combination of stunning surrounds and challenging tracks.
“The reason I entered was to show people that this kind of fitness and health work is not just about getting onto the stage in 12 weeks, but rather that it is a lifestyle you choose to life” – biokineticist Sarah Glover
The mission of Rainbows and Smiles is to provide emotional, social and financial support to families and caregivers in need when a child of that family is diagnosed with cancer.
The riders arrived shortly before nightfall on Saturday with a mixture of jubilation, relief and a tremendous sense of achievement.
The route includes a few small climbs, river crossing, single track and beach sand to challenge you and to add to the experience of our run.
“If your mind is in the right place, your heart is set on achieving greatness and your wallet has a bit of money in it, nothing will stop you” – Timothy Hay
“We are extremely proud of Nsindiso Sibisi and Banele Ngwenya, both in grade 8, for being selected to the Ilembe Hockey Squad for the IPTs” – Darren de Gouviea-Smith.
Organised by The Dolphin Coast Striders the aim was to bring the community together while raising funds for non-profit organisations, Vision 153 and Puppy SOS.