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Tell us why you enter the SPAR Women’s Challenge for a chance to win a pair of running shoes worth R1500 – and the chance to have YOUR story and picture in the paper.
Do you want to shed a couple of kilograms? Beat your bestie? Spend some Saturday time with your mom? Show your daughter you can still kick it?
Let us know via Facebook, Instagram, e-mail or by commenting on this report. You also can leave a comment on the SPAR Eastern Cape Facebook page. The deadline for your comments is noon on Friday April 7, and the winner will be notified shortly thereafter.
“Tell us why you entered the SPAR Women’s Challenge and you could win a brand new pair of takkies worth R1500 from Action Sports,” is the promise made by SPAR Eastern Cape.
That’s not all, however, as SPAR Eastern Cape also would like to include a few stories from would-be competitors in the race day supplement to be published by The Herald later this month. The author of one of these stories will win a brand-new pair of takkies courtesy of Action Sports in Summerstrand.
How to enter
- ONLINE: Enter online through the SPAR Eastern Cape Facebook page.
- PRINT: The Herald is publishing entry forms several times a week and you can pick up a copy at sports shops in Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage or even enter at The Herald offices in Baakens Street.
The race consists of a 5km and a 10km route, and both events draw women who walk, men in drag, casual joggers and runners keen to show their prowess on the road. Both races start from the grass area at Pollok Beach in Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, with the gun going off for the 10km race at 7am and at 8am for the 5km.
Online entries close on Tuesday, May 2 at 9pm. All finishers receive a medal and the first 13000 to register will also receive a t-shirt.