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Daredevil Run is back!

It’s nuts, and you’ll need balls… when the Hollard Daredevil Run returns to Mbombela! South Africa’s biggest gathering of Speedo-clad men will see men dedicate their run to loved ones affected by the disease.
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The Hollard Daredevil Run 2018

Gentlemen, do you need some incentive to run? Why not join the daredevils this year and run for a great cause?
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Men, prepare for the Daredevil Run

The streets of Bloemfontein will be filled with men clad in their purple Speedos on Friday 16 March 2018 to raise awareness of male cancers such as prostate and testicular cancer.
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Dust off your purple speedo – it’s time for the Daredevil Run!

It's that time of year again – South Africa's biggest gathering of Speedo-clad men.
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Secret Sunrise and the Hollard Daredevil Run unite to fight cancer

South Africa’s biggest gathering of speedo-clad men welcomes radical self-expression Secret Sunrisers to join in the fun for a good cause.
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Daredevil Run on JHB Live

Read what JHB Live has to say about the ballsiest run of the year!
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Race Pack Collection

Hello Daredevil We can’t wait to see you in your Purple speedo! Here are a few things you need to know before the run.
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It Takes Balls to Run Through Traffic in a Speedo.

The Hollard Daredevil Run is approaching and if ever there was a good reason to strip, this is it. What started with one brave soul running through peak hour traffic in a Speedo to raise awareness for cancer, which affects 1 in 6 South African men, no matter their shape, size, colour or age, has become a nationwide phenomenon.
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CANSA MANVan sponsored by HOLLARD

Progress report for the period March 2016 – December 2016
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Celebrate the men in your life by encouraging them to protect their health

For this year’s Men’s Health campaign, the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) wants all to remember the importance of men investing in their health. South African men have a one in eight (1:8) risk of getting cancer in their lifetime.
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