IMPI set to take the Winelands by storm

Seen here: IMPI Warriors in action. Photo Credit: Mark Sampson

Diary Snippet – IMPI set to take the Winelands by storm

 The Wiesenhof Wildlife Park (Stellenbosch) will be the hub of excitement on Saturday, 18 November 2017 and Sunday, 19 November 2017 when adventure seekers line up to partake in the much anticipated IMPI Challenge Obstacle Trail Run #4 Cape Town.

The IMPI Challenge is a spectacular trail run that features fun, but challenging obstacles.  Although challenging, all obstacles are safe making the IMPI Challenge ideal for entrants of all ages.

 

EVENT INFORMATION:

Date: Saturday, 18 November 2017 and Sunday, 19 November 2017
Venue: Wiesenhof Wildlife Park, Stellenbosch (Cape Town)

 

 

Categories: Entry Fee:
1.       IMPI Challenge:  10 km with 18 obstacles (age 18+ years) R400.00
2.       IMPI Dash:  5 km with 11 obstacles (ages 10+, all adults welcome) R300.00
3.       IMPI Mini:  1km with 8 smaller supervised obstacles (ages 6 – 10 years) R100.00
4.       IMPI Elite:  18- 20km with 26 tough obstacles (age 18+ years); timed event with prize money R550.00
5.       IMPI Corporate: the 10km Challenge distance with extra benefits (age 16+ years) R500.00

 

Entrants are encouraged to let creativity reign in the best dressed competition!  Competition winners will take home awesome prizes compliments of event sponsors.

 

Like our Facebook page:  Impi Challenge

Follow us on Twitter:  @impichallenge

Hash Tag:  #Impi4CT #toughenough #ImpiMoment

 

For more information on the IMPI Challenge email info@impichallenge.co.za or visit www.impichallenge.co.za

 

ENDS

ISSUED BY:                                            NEWSPORT MEDIA

ON BEHALF OF:                                    IMPI Challenge

 

For further information contact Jacky McClean via email jacky@newsportmedia.tv

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About Paiter Botha

Paiter’s running career started when he was 8. Since his early teens he’s been running cross coutry and road races and at the age of 12 ran his first full standard (42,2 km) marathon - the Voet of Africa Marathon - in a time of 3 hours and 20 minutes. At 18 he won the Junior section of the same marathon. Paiter was one of the top senior middle distance, cross coutry and road athletes in the Western Province in the 80’s and 90’s during his school and university careers running 4 min for the mile, 30 min for 10km and 66 min for 21km. Paiter stopped running competitively in 1994 to pursue his profession and later also started a family. Paiter started training seriously again and doing trail running after being invited by one of his old friends in January 2013 to team up with him in the 3 day AfricanX trail run that was held in Grabouw. Although his team mate had to pull out during the second leg of the race due to a calve injury, Paiter went on to finish as the third fastest Veteran in the competition in a combined time of 7 hours, 55 minutes for the three stages. On most weekends you will find Paiter in the mountains around his hometown of Paarl.

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