January 10, 2011
Cape Argus and Two Ocean entry tickets up for grabs
Why do you want to participate in the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour on Sunday, March 13? To feel the wind rushing past as your burn your way around Chapman’s Peak? Because your friends did it last year? Because you still have time to train?
Cycle tour tickets for South Africans have closed but there is one FREE entry ticket still available from Cape Town Tourism and Team Cape Town. All you need do to win it is tell us why you want to participate in the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour.
We’re offering entry into the main road race as a member of Team Cape Town, as well as a Cape Town Tourism-branded cycling outfit, all worth R1 000. The winner will be asked to blog for the Cape Town Tourism website in February and March – a great way to share the experience. The competition closes on January 25, so don’t miss out!
What about you runners out there? Why do you want to participate in the Old Mutual Two Oceans Half Marathon on Saturday, April 23? Because it takes place in the most beautiful city in the world? Because it runs through Constantia’s tree-lined streets?
The 13 500 entry tickets for the 2011 half marathon sold out in record time, but Cape Town Tourism still has a free ticket for the best answer to our question. Why do you want to participate in this great event? Tell us, and you get to run with us, and blog for us – in March and April. This competition closes on February 22 and the prize is worth R500, so get writing!
Our judges are looking for answers, so send yours in a few words, a poem or a paragraph straight from the heart – and make your racing dreams come true. Email your submission to email@example.com.
This competition is open to people 18 years and older, and Cape Town Tourism will not cover additional costs associated with competing in the events, other than race entry.
Submissions for the Cape Argus competition close on January 25, and the winner will be announced on January 28 and will be required to write one blog a month in February and March.
Submissions for the Two Oceans competition close on February 22, and the winner will be announced on February 25 and will be required to write one blog a month in March and April.