After having such a great time at the PUMA School of Speed #2 (at Ruimsig Athletics Stadium in January), Kyle Deutsch will perform for a second time, this time at the PUMA School of Speed #4 at Nelspruit High School’s Athletics Track (Mbombela) on Saturday 08 February 2020.
“I had an absolute blast performing at the PUMA School of Speed #2,” admits Deutsch. “The event was superb. The standard of athletics showcased on the day was sensational. I am a true fan of athletics and really enjoy the 100m sprint and high jump. I was really impressed by the athletes at the PUMA School of Speed #2, so I cannot wait to see what the PUMA School of Speed #4 will deliver.”
“I am proud to be able to add to the excitement on the day,” continues Deutsch. “Athletes and spectators can look forward to experiencing a little Deutsch flair. We will definitely perform our single ‘Can’t Get Enough’, combined with a whole bunch of new music.”
EVENT INFORMATION: 2020 PUMA School of Speed Series
Headed by the World’s Fastest Man, Usain Bolt, the PUMA School of Speed Series was launched in 2016 with the goal of identifying exceptional young South African athletes who believe that their future is #ForeverFaster.
|Event, Date & Venue:||PUMA School of Speed #4
Date: Saturday 08 February 2020
Venue: Nelspruit High School’s Athletics Track
Event Start: 08:00
Artist Performance: 16:00
|PUMA School of Speed #5
Date: Saturday 29 February 2020
Venue: Bestmed Tuks Athletics Stadium (Pretoria)
|Entry Fee: Athletes||NO COST to enter the event
Please Note: Athlete entries close two days prior to each event.
|Entry Fee: Spectators||R20 / adults
R10 / children
Pay as you enter the stadium.
|Events:||100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, Long Jump, High Jump, 100m Hurdles (Boys 15, Girls 17 & 19 only), 90m Hurdles (Girls 15 only) and 90m Hurdles (Girls 15 only) and 110m Hurdles (Boys 17 & 19 only)|
|Age Categories:||U15, U17 and U19|
All entrants will stand a chance to be scouted and contracted to the PUMA Squad. The contract will be for the duration of one calendar year.
Vice Principal’s Message: Junior track & field stars can look forward to meeting South African middle-distance runner and 2020 PUMA School of Speed Vice Principal, Gena Löfstrand in the Vice Principal’s office at each stadium.
According to Löfstrand the PUMA School of Speed Series has been extremely important for South African athletics. “The Series brings together athletics fans, and future champions from all over our country,” says Löfstrand. “It gives athletes the opportunity to showcase their talent at a well-supported, world class event. It’s something for young athletes to set goals for and work hard towards. The atmosphere at the PUMA School of Speed is what makes it so special. It’s fun, exciting, and inspiring. It’s events like this that keep athletics alive! I’m proud to be working alongside PUMA to help grow athletics in South Africa.”
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