D'Oliveira ready for Fedhealth IMPI Elite Race #4

Submitted by Rolina Vorster on Tue, 11/06/2018 - 07:36
Dominique DOliveira by Mark Sampson

Photo: Dominique D’Oliveira will be the competitor to beat in the women’s category of the Fedhealth IMPI Elite Race #4 at the picturesque Wiesenhof Wildlife Park (Stellenbosch) on Saturday, 17 November 2018. Seen here:  Dominique D’Oliveira in action at the Fedhealth IMPI Elite Race #1 in Stellenbosch earlier this year. Credit: Mark Sampson.

Dominique D’Oliveira will be the competitor to beat in the women’s category of the Fedhealth IMPI Elite Race #4 at the picturesque Wiesenhof Wildlife Park, Stellenbosch, Western Cape on Saturday, 17 November 2018.

“It’s the people, the vibe and the beautiful scenery that attracts me to the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge,” says D’Oliveira.  “Personally I prefer obstacle courses that require less running and feature tougher obstacles.  I am, however, learning to embrace the challenge of a tough running route. It can only make me stronger.  The Wiesenhof Wildlife Park is an absolutely stunning venue and I’m looking forward to the views from the top.  I love any obstacle that involves hanging and/or swinging, challenging my grip strength.  The IMPI Challenge’s Lily Pads are pretty fun too.”

“I love the Rawson Wall,” continues D’Oliveira.  “It’s a signature IMPI Challenge obstacle that requires a balanced combination of strength and skill.  In the Elite Race we need to overcome this obstacle without outside assistance, but if you’re competing as part of a team, teamwork is the way to go.  The obstacle that I struggle with the most is definitely the hills.  My goal will be to have the maximum amount of fun, to glorify God, and to push myself as hard as my body will allow.”


Dominique DOliveira and Hanneke Danhauser photo by Mark Sampson
Photo: Dominique D'Oliveira and Hanneke Danhauser. Credit: Mark Sampson.


EVENT INFORMATIONFedhealth IMPI Challenge #4

A trail run with a twist, the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge is known for its beautiful trails and challenging (but fun) obstacles (natural and manmade).  Focussing on family involvement, healthy living and getting outdoors, IMPI Challenge Warriors can look forward to exciting obstacles and amazing sponsor activations. 





Saturday, 17 November 2018

Fedhealth IMPI Challenge #4

Wiesenhof Wildlife Park (Stellenbosch)


There are five categories to choose from when entering the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge:



  1. IMPI Elite:  18-20km with 26 tough obstacles (age 18+ years); timed event with prize money
  1. IMPI Corporate: the 10km Challenge distance with extra benefits (age 16+ years)
  1. IMPI Challenge10 - 12km with 18 – 20 obstacles (age 16+ years)
  1. IMPI Dash:  5km with 11 obstacles (ages 10+, all adults welcome)
  1. IMPI Mini:  1km with 8 smaller supervised obstacles (ages 6 – 10 years)


Watch the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge’s 10th anniversary Birthday Video below.  

Charity Support:  When entering online Fedhealth IMPI Challenge Warriors can choose to either support one or all five event charities:  CANSA Active, Prochorus Community Development Centre, the Woodside Special Care Centre, Cape of Good Hope SPCA and/or NSRI.

Dress To Impress:  A crowd-pleaser, the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge’s ‘Best Dressed’ competition is the source of much excitement at every event.  Entrants are encouraged to let their creativity reign.  The best dressed individual and/or team will take home exciting sponsor prizes. 

Exciting Face Painting by SPCA:  For a mere R50 individuals, teams and corporates can support the SPCA by having their faces professionally painted on the day.  To book your slot contact Tyron via awareness2@spca-ct.co.za 

Each finisher (individual and/or team) will receive an official Fedhealth IMPI Challenge finisher photograph.


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For more information or to enter the Fedhealth IMPI Challenge visit www.impichallenge.co.za


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