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Updated 25 July 2013

Push, pull, give

Challenge yourself and your colleagues and sign up for a rowathon for the JAG Foundation.

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Blackriver Crossfit will be running a charity rowathon during the month of August and it’s open to anyone to join.

It’s all about having some fun, creating some healthy competition within Black River Park, and most importantly raising money for the JAG foundation.

Together with your team mates you will row for distance on Day One and repeat the row again approximately one month later to try and better your result. In between you can do whatever you want to improve your rowing distance but all entrants to the challenge will be offered a discounted Black River CrossFit membership package to encourage you to use CrossFit.

Event details

Enter a team of 3 (Entry fee is R300 per team - all goes towards the JAG foundation).

Your team will pledge an amount per KM rowed that will also go towards the JAG foundation.

The event will take place at Blackriver Crossit between 12 and 16 August. There will be prizes for:

  • Top teams (mixed and single sex)
  • Most improved teams
  • Top company that rowed total distance
  • Best dressed team

For more details on how the event will work visit their website.      

 
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