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Submitted by editor on Fri, 08/23/2013
The annual FNB Namibia Endurance African Championships will be held in Walvis Bay on Wednesday, August 28.
FNB Namibia has supported this event for the past five years and recently announced a sponsorship of N$50 000 for this year’s event.
Ingrid Goeieman, Manager Sponsorships and Donations at FNB Namibia:
“Apart from the fact that this is a sport event and FNB Namibia is the number one supporter of a variety of sporting codes in Namibia, we also appreciate the fact that this event is about endurance, stamina and a never-give-up- attitude,” she said.
“These are all qualities we admire in our staff as well as clients, ranging from SME owners to big corporate clients and we therefore wholeheartedly support such occasions,” she added.
Zelda von Schauroth of Namibia Endurance said:
“Namibia Endurance hosts their 18th flagship event with an expected record amount of entries. Apart from the four Namibian teams, heavy weight, senior standard weight, no weight and young rider teams, there are also teams from South Africa and Botswana. We expect between 180 and 200 horses to depart before sunrise in very misty conditions on a course lit with blinking lights.”
She went on to say that the course this year was very challenging and interesting with the second loop of the 120km being over the notorious Dune 7, a huge challenge for horse and rider...
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