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Fedhealth IMPI Challenge KZN joins the fight against cancer

Seen here:  IMPI Warriors in action at the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge #1 in Cape Town earlier this year. 

Photo Credit:  Mark Sampson

Taking place at the picturesque Virginia Trails (Eston, KZN) on Saturday, 16 June 2018 the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge #2 proudly supports the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA).

A leader in the fight against cancer in South Africa since 1931, the purpose of CANSA is to offer a unique, integrated service to the public and to all people affected by cancer.

“We’re excited to be a partner of the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge in all three regions (Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg) as the events provide a super platform for CANSA to promote the CANSA Active programme,” says Stephan Brink, National Manager CANSA Active.  “CANSA believes in being active, healthy and having some ‘Feel Good Fun’ while raising awareness and funds for the fight against cancer in South Africa.  The IMPI Challenge is great because it involves everyone, not just the participants.  It’s a wonderful event to build team spirit and we believe that a balanced lifestyle is vital to lowering your cancer risk.”

“Just about every participant is affected by cancer in some way,” continues Brink.  “Through our participation we hope to give back to local communities, by providing information, care and support to cancer Survivors (patients), caregivers and loved ones, who might not have been in a position to receive support otherwise.  The funds raised through our involvement with the IMPI Challenge will go towards CANSA’s service delivery, particularly with regards to our care and support programmes which include counselling, support groups, medical equipment hire, wigs, prostheses, stoma products, and accommodation if patients are living far from treatment centres at our CANSA Care Homes.”

Did you know?  There are CANSA Care Homes in all three Provinces that provide home-from-home accommodation to patients undergoing cancer treatment at oncology clinics far from their homes. Guests at the CANSA Care Homes stay for an average of six weeks and receive meals and transport to and from treatment centres.

For more information on CANSA Care Homes CLICK HERE

EVENT SCHEDULE:  Fedhealth IMPI Challenge #2

Focussing on family involvement, a healthy living and getting outdoors, IMPI Challenge Warriors of all ages can look forward to new and exciting obstacles, an increased prize purse in the Elite Race and amazing sponsor activations to mention just a few innovations.  This adrenaline pumping experience will test fitness levels, challenge fears, but most importantly celebrate accomplishments. 

Date: Saturday, 16 June 2018
Venue: Virginia Trails, Eston (KZN)
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Entry Fees:

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

CHARITY SUPPORT:  On entering the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge #2 adventure seekers can choose to either support one or all four event charities:  CANSA, Prochorus Community Development Centre, the Woodside Special Care Centre and/or NSRI.

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

For a better idea of what to expect CLICK HERE to watch our Teaser Video.

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

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ISSUED BY:                                            NEWSPORT MEDIA

ON BEHALF OF:                                    IMPI Challenge