Durbanites brave the rain for CANSA event

RESIDENTS and holiday makers braved the weather at the Durban Beachfront today to take part in CANSA Active Durban Day at Addington Beach.

The morning started off with a  run in the rain, followed by yoga with Kerri Miller from ECR and then participants learnt to surf with Roxy Learn 2 Surf instructors. According to Shayne Chipps, the Springbok SUP coach, the stand-up paddling (SUP) had to be cancelled due to the weather.

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Lauren Walford
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