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The 2017 NMB Fedhealth XTERRA 

King’s Beach | 10 – 12 February 

South Africa’s premier triathlon-series is coming to Nelson Mandela Bay and promises to be bigger and better than ever before.

“Fedhealth is all about cultivating an active and healthy lifestyle. The Xterra series delivers both a gruelling challenge to experienced triathletes and a great weekend out for families who are just trying to add physical activity to their everyday lifestyle,” says Fedhealth Principal Officer, Jeremy Yatt. “It’s truly an experience that offers something for everyone… not to mention the scenic locations and added entertainment.”

The 2017 NMB Fedhealth Xterra offers three type of events – Xterra Kids, Xterra Full and Xterra Lite, plus a chance to win a R10 000 Totalsports voucher in addition to being a great weekend out for the whole family. 

 

Xterra Kids

Kids’ fitness events are growing in popularity and we couldn’t be happier about it! This year we are proud to include three XTERRA Kids events as part of the Fedhealth XTERRA 2016.

The Fedhealth XTERRA Kids Nelson Mandela Bay takes place on Friday

10 February:

Age group 6 – 8yrs: Swim: 50m; MTB: 1.5km; trail run: 500m

Age group 9 – 11yrs: Swim: 100m; MTB: 5km; trail run: 2km

Age group 12 – 14yrs: Swim: 200m; MTB: 10km; trail run: 3km

 

Xterra Full


For the more serious triathlete with a fair bit of experience under the belt, the XTERRA Full offers a limit-pushing challenge that consists of a 1.5km swim, 28km MTB and 12km trail run. The XTERRA Full event will take place on Saturday 11 February.

 

Xterra Lite


The Fedhealth XTERRA Lite events are perfect for the triathlete who enjoys a bit of competition, but is still working his or her way up the distance stakes. The Lite event includes a 400m swim, 12km MTB and 5km trail run on Sunday 12 February.

Enter now!

Spots are filling up fast so make sure you book your entry before it’s too late. 

Go to fedhealth.co.za to enter today, and remember: Fedhealth members enter for free.