MyPR: Are You Up for the Fast-Action-Packed Momentum Multiply Adventure Challenge:
RIVERSANDS, GAUTENG SEPTEMBER 5, 2019 – The all new Momentum-Multiply Adventure Challenge, in partnership with TOYOTA WARRIOR, will be at the Riversands Farm Village, Johannesburg, this Saturday, the 7 September 2019.
These new fast-paced 3.5km obstacle course events, hosted by Momentum-Multiply, offer the same number of obstacles as TOYOTA WARRIOR races, but the spectator-friendly shorter distance makes them fast, exciting and action-packed for those watching, and tough, intense, muscle-fatigue chasing for those racing! You don’t want to miss this event!
The three Adventure Challenge race categories – Apprentice, Brave and Extremist – cater to athletes of all fitness levels and offer carefully-crafted trail runs that will be coupled with a set number of obstacles, which vary in number and difficultly depending on the category entered.
The Apprentice, for racers aged 10+, will have young adventurers face 15 special apprentice-built obstacles.
The Brave, for racers aged 13+, will feature 20 challenging, Brave-built obstacles.
The Extremist, for racers aged 16+, will feature 25 punishing obstacles demanding fitness, speed and strength.
The Momentum-Multiply Adventure Challenge is a wonderful day out for the whole family, filled with fun activities and refreshments.
The Momentum Health Kids area will ensure your little ones are safe and well taken care of while you’re crushing multiple obstacles for fun.
Are you up for the challenge? Don’t miss out on the Momentum-Multiply Adventure Challenge in partnership with TOYOTA WARRIOR, on 7 September 2019, Midrand, Gauteng.
Visit www.warrior.co.za to enter today!
Programme Multiply Adventure Challenge
06h30 – Gates and Registration open
08h00 – Extremist elite men race start
08h10 – Extremist elite ladies race start
08h20 – Extremist batch start
09h10 – Brave and Apprentice batch start
12h00 – Last batch start
12h15 – Prize giving
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