Ebenezer Home’s annual Bell of Hope Cycle Challenge for Mental Wellness, which took place in the Cradle of Humankind, is in honour of National Bipolar Day (26 May) and was put together to verbalise and communicate the circumstances under which mentally ill patients live.
From the moment the patrollers arrived at the DNA paintball field in Hobby Park, Rangeview, positive energy swooped over the fields. The members were all dressed in camouflage outfits, and their excitement was tangible. Eager to get their guns, they lined up at the makeshift storage container.
Cradle BMX Cycling Club hosted the second leg of the Gauteng BMX Cycling series at the X-Stream Bike and Adventure Park in the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve on Sunday, 26 March, and boy … was it fun!
Local sports enthusiasts from all over Gauteng made a great success of the Oupa Malefo Games that took place on Saturday, 25 March in Kagiso.
From teenage skaterboys, to primary school BMX enthusiasts – they all love the small, yet quaint skate park. The bars at the park are perfect for grinding with a skateboard and gave Hanré de Villiers an opportunity to show off his great skills. From 50-50 grinds to 5-0 grinds – Hanré did it all.
The offenders know that they must behave in order to participate again.
On Saturday, 11 February, 147 motocross riders battled it out on the rugged track of Dirt Bronco, Krugersdorp, to determine who will be named the champions of the Northern Regional MX championships.
“Well done to everyone who took part and especially to those who went the extra mile (literally) to secure the win in their respective categories.”
“The trail was tough because of all the steep hills and turns. But I didn’t mind at all. It was a good run.”
The league started at the beginning of November, with the Krugersdorp Bowling Club wanting to involve the school community to help grow its membership.
Over 350 rugby enthusiasts had the opportunity to meet 15 rugby legends at the Aand van Legendes hosted by SA Sports and Hospitality at Silverstar Casino on Saturday, 22 October. Players from the Springbok team that won the 1995 Rugby World Cup blessed the audience with their presence and was more than happy to spend time with their fans; signing their shirts and rugby balls, and enjoying a delicious feast with them.