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Chanté and Natasha's Italy Swimming Tour

Chanté and Natasha's Italy Swimming Tour

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Swimmers work hard to achieve their best, but reality is that not many swimmers will be selected for National teams outside of Africa.  Therefore, this tour was assembled by NTS to allow more exposure for the great swimmers of the province.  
The team will be made up of swimmers from 8 Different Clubs in Gauteng. The trip will only be for swimmers, coaches and management. 

Gala’s in Italy:
*Trofeo Citta’ Di Rossini, Pesaro – 15 – 17 June 2018
*Treviso Swimcup – 22 – 23 June 2018

These two gala’s form part of the Circuito Nouto Italia.  For information visit http//www.circuitonuotoitalia.it/ 

The Treviso Gala attracts more than 1000 swimmers including swimmers from Italian, Austrian and French National teams
The trip is fully self-funded; therefore, fund-raising projects are compiled for the Chanté and Natasha Cornelius from PAC swimming club. 

These swimmers just took part in the Junior Nationals gala held in Durban in March.  They are seated highly in their age group in South Africa.  For more information go to the SA Swim website on their individual performance.
Donations in the form of: 
• Travel bags with company logo.
• Tracksuits with company logo.
• Sports jackets for the individuals or team with company logo.
• Racer costumes – Arena.
• Swim sports bag team with company logo.
• Cash contributions. 

We would appreciate any involvement and contribution towards these swimmers.

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R 80 000.00
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Chanté and Natasha Cornelius campaign

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The Treviso Gala attracts more than 1000 swimmers including swimmers from Italian, Austrian and French National teams
The trip is fully self-funded; therefore, this campaign has been set up for Chanté and Natasha Cornelius from PAC swimming club. We would appreciate any involvement and contribution towards these swimmers.