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The Annual Jeffreys Bay WinterFest will get underway on Wednesday; and this year for the first time the JBayX 2-Day | 3-Stage Trail Run will be presented on Saturday (11 July) & Sunday (12 July), in Support of NSRI Jeffreys Bay.Part of each Runners entry fee will be donated to Station 37, Jeffreys Bay and all participants will have the option to make an additional donation to our Station upon purchasing their tickets online - event, presented by Seagull Travel is quite unique in concept as it entails 3 individual Trail Runs, all starting 12-hours apart, showcasing the best of the Jeffreys Bay area. The total distance covered will be just over 60km and will surely test the ‘mettle’ & endurance of all participants. Runners will have also have the option to enter any of the 3 stages individually.A 4Km 'fun' Night Trail Run/Walk will be presented on Saturday Night, 11 July 2015, starting at 7:20pm at Impala Ranch. This will be suitable for Families, Friends, Supporters & 1st time Trail Runners.Due to popular demand, the decision was taken to add a further 4km Fun Run on Sunday Morning 12 July @ SeekoeiRiver Events, starting at 8:00am. The full entry fee to this event (R40) will be donated to Station 37. Entries will only be available on the day & will open at 7:00am. More information is available on the event website
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