COMRADES MARATHON THANKS MR PRICE SPORT FOR BEING A SPORT
The Comrades Marathon Association has thanked its technical and apparel partner Mr Price Sport for being a sport. The proudly South African company has generously and timeously supplied a superb range of technical and sports apparel to The Ultimate Human Race for the second year running.
CMA Chairperson, Cheryl Winn said the CMA is proud to be associated with one of the country’s most popular sporting apparel retail brands. “As the committed CMA technical partner, Mr Price Sport has consistently risen to the occasion and provided all necessary apparel and other technical products to the Comrades Marathon, for its athletes and organising team, as and when required.”
Mr Price Sport has over the past two years, positioned itself as the Comrades Marathon’s official sports apparel partner; as well as the licensing and merchandising partner for the event, with a technical and lifestyle range of Maxed running apparel and footwear of commendable quality and diverse styles.
Over the years, Mr Price Sport has also sponsored numerous Comrades Marathon gold medallists running in their Maxed Elite footwear and through the Mr Price Sport’s Maxed Elite running team.
CMA General Manager, Keletso Totlhanyo said, “Even though the race has been cancelled for two consecutive years, Mr Price Sport has continued to show its goodwill and deliver on its promises. They have also come on board to design a top-quality race t-shirt for our Comrades Centenary Hope Challenge virtual event this weekend. It is a superior race t-shirt which runners will be proud to wear. We are indeed grateful to Mr Price Sport.”
Head of Marketing at Mr Price Sport, Dylan Cherry said, “Partnering with the Comrades Marathon has created an extraordinary opportunity for us to design and produce exceptional Maxed sportswear and footwear product for the Comrades Marathon runners and supporter’s community. It has been an absolute pleasure for us to supply the race t-shirts for the thousands of participants in the Comrades Centenary Hope Challenge.”