10 Minutes With Amy and Caleb From Bridge House.
Feb14

10 Minutes With Amy and Caleb From Bridge House.

Ex-Miss South Africa and a young Paralympic swimmer give us some insight into Bridge House’s Mile.    Caleb Swanepoel is Bridge House’s Mile Brand Ambassador. Caleb Swanepoel lost his leg after a shark attack in 2015.  He is a shark attack survivor, activist, and motivational speaker. He’s got his sights on Tokyo to represent team South Africa 2020 Paralympics. 5 Minutes with Caleb Swanepoel   Q:        How did you get...

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Amanzi Speaks to SAKA – South Africa’s Kitesurfing Association.
Jan15

Amanzi Speaks to SAKA – South Africa’s Kitesurfing Association.

We met with Tyrone, owner of OneMovement Events and Marketing, and a committee member of the South African Kitesurfing Association. What does SAKA do? “SAKA is involved with everything to do with kitesurfing in South Africa from events and sponsorship to dealing with council to assist in putting procedures in place to benefit the industry, the participants as well as the general public safety. SAKA also managed to send a young...

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Learning To Swim At 74
Nov19

Learning To Swim At 74

    Meet David Daniels, the grandfather who is more active than you.   We had the privilege of meeting David at one of his swimming lessons at Swimz – a brand new facility located in Westlake Lifestyle Centre.  With the Comrades, Two Oceans Marathons, and the Argus Cycle Tour under his belt, he still plays tennis and football.    David says: “I have two daughters. My one daughter has two sons who are excellent swimmers.  When we...

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Champion Swimmers With An Extra Chromosome
Nov13

Champion Swimmers With An Extra Chromosome

 “First we fell in love with swimming, and then we fell in love with each other”     The O’Neill’s have are world renowned champion swimmers despite all odds. The winning swimming couple both have Down Syndrome- but that hasn’t stopped them from pursuing their passion for the water, and each other.    “Together they train, motivate one another, compete – and win.”   The swimmers are originally from Queensburgh...

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Water Polo – Rondebosch Wins the SACs Cup
Oct09

Water Polo – Rondebosch Wins the SACs Cup

Water polo, the originally British game that has conquered the hearts, and lifestyles, of many over the world.   Now South Africa is producing some of the best at schools! SACS u19 Cup is one of South Africa’s most prestigious water polo events. Only the highest ranked schools in South Africa compete – namely Rondebosch Boys’ High School, SACS, Bishops, Paul Roos and Wynberg from the Western Cape; St Johns, Jeppe and...

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Free Diving – A Breathtaking Love Affair
Oct04

Free Diving – A Breathtaking Love Affair

We had the pleasure of chatting to the magical Daniela from Cape Town Freediving. How did you get into freediving? Daniela: “My fascination with water started at a very young age. If I look at my baby album, I was swimming before I was walking.  So it’s always been something very close to me. Through times of strife, water was my place of safety so to speak.  Water has always been a place of happiness I suppose, creativity...

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