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Events in Mauritius
1 stage of Bike & Run Series : La Cambuse Beach, 28 June 2014
Discover the wild south coast
Before the 23 june 2014 : 800rs (400rs per person)
Fun race: 600rs (300rs per person)
No inscriptions during the day. All results will be posted on this page as from Saturday night.
For inscription, please send us the following details by email at email@example.com
--) Name, surname, age and sexe of each participant, the name of your duo, the categorie your duo will take part and the size of your tshirt (S, M, L, XL)
Make it fun is recommended (Makeup, fun accessories, perruques)...
7h à 7h45: Sign, body marking et briefing
7h50: Departure of the runners to the start line and of the cyclists to there waiting line
8h00 Departure of Elites and Juniors
9h30 Departure of the Fun race
11h Prize giving
Elites: Men Women Mixte (Over 18years, 13km)
Juniors: Men Women Mixte (18-13years, 13km)
Fun race: 6 to 99years old of 4km, discover the wild south coast (You can also do it as a walk, dont need to have a bike)
Tee-shirts for all.
Awards for the top 3 of each categories
Points awarded to top 10 of each categories for the Grand Finale
Special award for the best duo costumes
• Each team is composed by two participants, the first run, the second ride and then they exchange when they want
THE BIKE MUST NEVER BE DROP ON THE GROUND
• The cyclist and the runner have to stay together all around the course, a maximum of 150meters between them will be tolerate on technical parts
• The DUO has to follow the same course
• The cyclist will make sure he doesn't bother runners of other teams on the course
• The helmet inst compulsory but highly recommended. Bike and Run league wont take any responsibilities
• The two team mates will have to cross the finish line together
• A similar outfit is recommended for both participant
Burgers, Hot-dogs and drinks will be available to buy on the venue!
Outdoor Fitness Bootcamp: The 3rd edition of the Quatre Bornes bootcamp will begin on January 28th 2014. Our Flic en Flac Boocamp runs throughout the year.
Register now and Get Fit...Fast
An 8 Week Intensive Fitness Programme designed and delivered by experienced fitness coaches.
What is a Fitness Bootcamp?
Visit any park, in any major city around the world and you will find a fitness bootcamp. Recognised as the way to get seriously fit, a bootcamp combines fitness games, circuit training, traditional exercise and personal training to produce a intensive, addictive and fun way to workout. Basically if you're serious about getting results then ditch the gym and get outdoors.
We have used all our experience to put together a 10 week fitness bootcamp which will get you the results you want. You will push your limits, sweat, get dirty, get fitter and use muscles you never knew you had. This is serious fun!
We're talking core strength, plyometrics, body weight workouts, speed and endurance. Each session is a new, hard hitting workout aimed at getting results. And you will get results.
Important: Everyone is different and we encourage each member to push themselves according to their abilities and goals. We pay particular attention to exercise technique and posture to ensure you can perform at your best and stay injury free.
Tuesday & Thursday 6-7.00am
St Esprit College, Quatre Bornes
Rs 3,000 for 8 weeks (which is 16 sessions)
Contact Tim or Marie on 5917 6535 to register
PS Extra training and nutrition plans which compliment the bootcamp are available on demand for those who really want the best for their body.
The 1st Active Cricket Tournament in Mauritius
On Saturday 15th July 2013 at Riverland Sports Club, Tamarin, 12 teams competed in the very first Active Cricket tournament to be held in Mauritius.
In front of a large and enthusiastic crowd of supporters, Dolphins Cricket Club were crowned champions of the inaugural 6-a-side Active Cricket tournament. A few minutes earlier, The Wahoos - a team made up of 2 Mauritians, 2 South Africans, and 2 British kids - had been presented with their medals and trophies as winners of the junior competition.
Fun, Fast, and Lively
The format for the competition was devised so that the matches were fun, fast, lively and competitive, with everyone getting a chance to bat and bowl. Played on a tennis court to a background of music and cheering supporters, teams bat for 12 overs each which means that each match lasts about an hour – much shorter than a normal cricket match. Because a tennis ball is used, rather than a hard cricket ball, no awkward or expensive equipment is needed and the game is accessible to all. Thanks to sponsors - Lloyd Jones Construction - a bouncy castle, water side and DJ added to the entertainment and atmosphere of the day.
Dolphins were the worthy winners of the senior event. Having won both their group games against MEC and Apollo, they disposed of Richfields in the semis to set up a finale with MEC. The final was tightly fought until a hatrick of wickets from Emcar Player of the Day, Kenny Wyness, turned the match in the favour of the red shirted Dolphins who went on to win by 40 runs.
Cricket for All
The junior tournament had been hotly awaited for many weeks by the 40 kids who took part. Many had been training with their coach Tim Cartwright each week at Riverland and Flic en Flac in preparation for the event. The teams were a mix of Mauritans, expats, boys and girls, most of whom had only started playing cricket a few months before.
In a competitive and closely fought event, the team spirit, fair play, and friendly rivalry on show in the junior event was an example that many of the adults could learn from! Under floodlights, the final went right down to the last ball of the game, The Mantas narrowly losing out by 5 runs to The Wahoos. The Best Batsman award went to Corban Soll for his excellent 34 runs in the final, and the Best Bowler award was won by Charlie Pearce. The Emcar Player of the Day was Luke Pearson-Taylor who lead his team to victory with a consistent all round performance with bat and ball.
Summing up the day’s events, tournament organiser Tim Cartwright said, “This is how cricket should be: fun, fast and full of action. It is a real pleasure to see so many people enjoying cricket in Mauritius.”
For more details please contact Tim Cartwright on 917 6535 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Events in Mauritius
Cricket Fun Day and Tournament
6-a-side Action Cricket Tournament: Adults and Under 11s
June 14-15th @ Riverland Sports Club, Tamarin
Friday 14th June from 6pm: U11s group games
Saturday 15th June from 9am: Adults group games
Saturday 15th 3pm - 9pm: Finals & Family Entertainment
Come, support and enjoy some fast, fun, action cricket in Tamarin. Food, drinks, music & family entertainment from 3pm on Saturday.
Very limited playing spaces left, please contact Tim asap on email@example.com / 917 6535
Free Entry and a Warm Welcome to Spectators and Supporters
Kneeling on the sand, the clear water lapping around me, I take my last lung full of air, allow myself to gently fall forward and rest motionless, face down in the water.
My buddy’s hand lies gently on my back, keeping me from drifting but allowing the gentle motion of the water to caress me. As I relax my body from head to toe, my mind too relaxes and begins to drift away to places long forgotten. Childhood memories spring back to life: long sleepless summer evenings, midnight walks up the lane and back, searching for slumber. This is a beautiful place to be.
3 blissful minutes slip by before the contractions begin. First a gentle rolling in the stomach as my diaphragm begins to contract, but soon a more compelling beat. I could easily stop now, why carry on? What’s the point? This is the battle ground. My buddy squeezes my hand and I twitch my fingers into an OK in reply. The contractions become stronger but I am still relaxed, focussed only on the rhythm of my body and the voice of my buddy.
Suddenly time seems to be passing faster and faster, 5 minutes 30, 5.45, 6 minutes. Now I feel at home, where I belong, I could stay here for ever. Time to stop. Time to breathe.
I am OK.
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