In the coming week, St Francis is welcoming 110 Adventure Racing teams from 40 different nations who will traverse 700 km over nine days. In addition, media representatives from all over the world will be covering this amazing event.

St Francis Rotarians Kicking Off

 

St Francis Rotarians Kicking Off

The Rotary Club of St Francis have been invited to partner with the organisers and is responsible for collecting soccer balls, which competing teams have been asked to donate. Once the race has been run, St Francis Rotarians will be overseeing the distribution of these to underprivileged communities along the race route.

Forty-three Clubs

Forty-three clubs involving 1800 players have been identified in the Kouga region to receive their share of an anticipated total of 600 soccer balls.

ARWS CEO Heidi Muller met Rotary team leader Errol Burman and other Rotarians and St Francis United Football Club coach Matt Davis to kick off the project with the St Francis footballers and their coaches this week.

St Francis Rotarians Kicking Off

St Francis Rotarians will be responsible for ensuring that all donations are evenly and fairly distributed for sports development for our young men and women in our region.

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Kouga Municipality proudly supports international sporting event 

Kouga Municipality proudly supports international sporting event 

 

For more information about the 2023 Advеnturе Racing World Championship, visit www.arworldsеriеs.com.