Relay for fitness and welfare set of July

30 June 2015 | Sports

Entry to take part in the annual Bank Windhoek Corporate Challenge Relay in aid of welfare, is now open. The relay will take place from 14:00 on Saturday, July 25, at the Trustco United Sport Club field, in Olympia, Windhoek. All companies, schools, government institutions, NGOs and individual groups can enter teams of four members to compete in the men’s, women’s, mixed and school’s categories. The aim of the relay is to raise funds for welfare organisations and to encourage teamwork and a healthy lifestyle. Bank Windhoek’s Riaan van Rooyen encouraged those that want to have fun or show their support for welfare by entering their teams. “There will be hospitality sites where teams can socialise with team members and other companies and individuals.” He also encouraged team members to bring along their children as there will be entertainment for kids at the event. Performances will also take place after the prize-giving ceremony. The closing date for entries is July 13. The relay will consist of a 20km walk or run and each team member will walk or run for 5km, on a route around the Trustco United Sport Club field. The entry fee is N$400 for corporate companies, government institutions, NGOs and individual groups, and N$200 for school teams. All proceeds will go towards identified welfare organisations. All participants will receive a finisher’s medal, while the winners in the different categories will receive a gold or silver medals respectively. Entry forms are available at Bank Windhoek branches or can be downloaded from the Bank Windhoek website at www.bankwindhoek.com.na . Detailed Terms and Conditions for participation in the Relay are included with the entry form. Further information can be obtained from Charles Gordon at 081 124 9471 or email at [email protected] WINDHOEK-SPORT REPORTER

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