Home > Fitness Updated 03 June 2016 Winners lost a total of 1,726kgs- New Year Ultimate You Challenge Gallery Here are the top winners of Health24's Sleekgeek New Year 2016 Ultimate You Challenge. 0 take a Flexibility test » Receive Health tips » Ask Fitness Expert » Join Health24 on Facebook » 10 minute bikini-ready workout Why you need strength to run Health24 and Sleekgeek have joined forces to help South Africans meet their health goals and transform their bodies in just 8 weeks. The challenge is open until 13 June, 2016. Sign up here! In the previous Health24 and Sleekgeek challenge 332 people submitted their final results. The group lost a total of 1,726kgs with an average weight loss of 5.2kgs!The top 50 weight loss candidates lost a combined 608kgs! Read: The Health24 'Ultimate You' ChallengeNew Year 2016 Ultimate You Challenge winner gallery: Martin Greyvenstein, Men’s Transformation, New Year 2016 ChallengeSaberah Gumede, Women’s Weight Loss, -16.9kg, New Year 2016 ChallengeMadri Harding, Women’s Transformation, -7kg, New Year 2016 ChallengeCindy Wilschutt, Women’s Transformation, New Year 2016 ChallengeHennie Harding, Men’s Transformation, -10.8kg, New Year 2016 ChallengeKris Roux, Men’s Weight Loss, -26kg, New Year 2016 ChallengeVickie Whitehead, Women’s Transformation, -11.4kg , New Year 2016 Challenge Read: Overcoming exercise excusesYou can enter with a buddy or as a couple and stand a chance of winning even more cool prizes, such as R10,000 shopping vouchers for Wellness Warehouse or a R10,000 kitchen makeover. Read More:Obsession with body-building supplements can be a sign of bigorexiaDoes fasting during Ramadan affect your athletic performance?Key signs you need a change in diet NEXT ON HEALTH24X Jesse Kriel talks rugby and nutrition 2016-02-23 13:23 More: Fitness advertisement Live healthier Lifestyle » E-cigarettes: Here are five things to know E-cigarettes have become hugely popular in the past decade, but a rash of vaping-linked deaths and illnesses in the US is feeding caution about a product that's already banned in some places. Allergy » Ditch the itch: Researchers find new drug to fight hives A new drug works by targeting an immune system antibody called immunoglobulin E, which is responsible for the allergic reaction that causes hives.