Cyclists take on the Curro challenge15 November 2021
Curro Krugersdorp recently hosted pro and social cyclists from across the West Rand on the high school grounds for a family-oriented fun ride, which marked the school’s last MyRyde cycling experience for the year.
Kids ready for the MyRyde race at Curro Krugersdorp High School.
MyRyde has been working with Curro schools across South Africa to make cycling more accessible for families in general, creating interesting courses which include road, gravel, sand and grass sections.
The course through and around Curro Krugersdorp High Schools sports fields was about 3km and every division completed various of these laps. Just over 50 cyclists competed during different times of the day throughout the various divisions, racking up impressive lap times.
Xulu Samukelo finishes his lap at Curro Krugersdorp High School.
Juan Holtzhausen placed first against 11 other racers in the male and overall group in the open race division with a time of 49:28 minutes.
Leonie Barlow-Jones placed first in the female segment of the race division with a time of 28:47. Liam Saunders was the overall and male winner in the U/10 division with a time of 23:42; with Letlotlo Dire placing first in the female division with a time of 26:41. Logan van Vuuren won the male and overall divisions for the Junior/ Novice group with a time of 19:29, with Carli Hughes winning the female division in 21:30.
Kids set off for the MyRyde race at Curro Krugersdorp High School.
Desmond McLinden placed first in the overall and male divisions in the social group with a time of 29:51, with Debbie McLinden in first in the female division with a time of 36:12.
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