Virtuosity Games 18.2

Virtuosity Games 18.2 (#MandelaDay)

 

“On Monday through Thursday, I would do stationary running in my cell in the morning for up to forty-five minutes. I would also perform one hundred fingertip push-ups, two hundred sit-ups, fifty deep knee-bends, and various other calisthenics.”

                                                                             – Nelson Mandela, A Long Walk to Freedom

Date:  21 July 2018

Venue:  B4C Fit Factory, Edenvale High School

Event Details:

This was the second event presented by The Virtuosity Foundation in aid of literacy programs. The beneficiary of this event is the Read to Rise Foundation.

The event coincided with Mandela Day Celebrations nationwide and allowed athletes to do “67 minutes of fitness” in aid of Literacy.

The “67 minutes” could be completed as an individual or as a team of 3 (sharing reps in any way).

The 67 minutes consisted of  3 WODs.   Click here to view the workouts.

Partners/Sponsors:

B4C Fit Factory
B4C Fit Factory
fibo africa global fitness event
FIBO Africa

 

 

 

 

Entries:  66 athletes

Outcome:  +-R6500 raised = to 130 books

 

“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.”

                                                                             – Nelson Mandela

See all the pics at Virtuosity Games 18.2

Derrick Hill, athlete
Derrick Hill
athlete virtuosity games
Paulo Nunes
warren brosnihan
Warren Brosnihan