WIN a chance to #TrainWithWayde after your next parkrun


Visit your nearest parkrun this October to stand a chance to #TrainWithWayde

As the days get warmer and the sun starts to rise earlier, more and more South Africans are joining in the fun at free, weekly 5km parkruns around the country. This October, Vitality and parkrun have something extra special to share with our parkrunners: a chance to #TrainWithWayde.

Share your Saturday parkrun image with us to enter

Join a parkrun anytime this month and you could win a training session with Wayde van Niekerk – world champ sprinter, Olympic gold winner and Discovery Vitality Ambassador - along with his super coach 'Tannie Ans'!

On your marks, get set…

  • Post a picture of yourself on Facebook attending a parkrun between this Saturday and 31 October 2017.
  • This image can be taken at any parkrun during October (7, 14, 21 and 28 October).
  • Include the hashtag #TrainWithWayde as well as the hashtag #WaydeDreamer with your social media post
  • Find an event near you, sign up for parkrun, link your profile and get posting!

People of all ages and fitness levels can participate, and Discovery Vitality members 18 years and older can earn up to 300 Vitality points for doing so.

You'll then stand a chance to WIN a training session with Wayde and Tannie Ans! Only members who have linked their parkrun profile with their Vitality policy are eligible to win, so if you haven't yet, learn how to link yours here. You have until Tuesday, 31 October 2017 to enter the competition. Terms and conditions apply.

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