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Hero777 Chad Le Clos
Thank you to South Africa’s swimming golden boy Chad le Clos who has chosen to support Matthew’s Hero777 challenge to South Africans. Chad was recently crowned the 200m Butterfly World Champion at the FINA Aquatics World Championships. Chad has also won the most Olympic Medals in 112 years of South Africa’s participation in the Olympic Games.besides his many other accomplishments. We really appreciate his participation in Matthew’s Challenge.
Studied Journalism and Psychology and then took off to travel the world for 3 years before joining East Coast Radio in 1991. He is a Radio Announcer, Master of Ceremonies, Voiceover artist and the Owner of Man International and of course a proud ambassador for some incredible brands.
Jane Linley Thomas
Jane is a DJ and presenter on East Coast Radio from 12 to 3pm, Mondays to Fridays – She is also a public speaker, and the host of Mom’s Heart daily podcast. In Jane’s own words she is married to her bestie and has 3 young children.
Matthew was really chuffed to receive this support from the CEO of HIS TEAM – The Sharks! A big shout-out to Gary Teichmann for showing his support for Matthew’s “bucket list project” to register 50 000 more organ donors in South Africa.
For the Millennials, Gary Teichmann was a Springbok between 1995 and 1999 and has 42 test caps to his name. He also captained the Boks in 32 of these matches, with a win ratio of over 80%!
Danny Guselli is a Radio presenter on East Coast Radio, event company owner @themainevent, TV presenter on Trace Sports Stars and an all round fantastic guy.
Thank you Nick Evan’s for supporting Organ and Tissue Donation.
Nick Evans, aka “the Snake Guy” is known chiefly for snake removals and rescues in the Greater Durban area.
Unusually, he has a particular love of Mambas and is probably most excited about Mamba call-outs, as he does Black Mamba research – genetic studies and tagging (for ID purposes).
Nick has a regular column and writes articles about reptiles and amphibians for newspapers and magazines. He has a good following on Facebook, where he creates awareness and shares his knowhow.
Matthew Legemaate is featured here with Matthew Wilman, a freelance photographer from the upper highway area who was Nelson Mandela’s personal photographer. He has had the most incredible experiences of photographing some of the most iconic people and places. He founded the Matthew Willman Foundation for Visual Arts in 2011 and has met and photographed personalities like Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Annie Lenox, The Dalai Lama and US President Bill Clinton.
Dusty Noble supports organ and tissue donation.
FORMER Sharks player, Dusty Noble, is the rugby development coordinator at Hillcrest High School.
Playing in the position of wing, Dusty, among others, represented: Mpumalanga in Craven Week 2002, the Sharks in the Absa Currie Cup 2005, Natal U21 in 2005, Natal Sevens in 2005, Sharks Absa Currie Cup in 2005, Sharks Super 14 in 2006 and 2007, the Wildebeest Vodacom 2006 Club Champs in 2006 , SA Sevens Squad in 2006 and the Lions in the Currie Cup in 2008 before injury put paid to his career.
Sebastian Crawford who suffers from Cerebral Palsys has his sights set on the Paralympic Games after winning gold at the ATU African Paratriathon Championships.
In 2015 he took on the world’s best for the first time in his career at the 2015 Buffalo City ITU World Paratriathlon event. March 2017, he competed in the Paratriathlon National Championships winning gold, which he said he won for his young friend, Bryn Magree, who died in February. May 2017 he again achieved a gold medal Yasmine Hammamet African Championships