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Nov 21, 2014

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I2B updates

What we've been doing to inspire the youth....

 

Alternative action sports by Chris
-Clubs feedback-
Pierre from I2B Kleinvlei got to use these skates over the school holiday:

Superman at the I2B Somerset West Club:

Zhacherie doing a 540 gap at the I2B Cloetesville Club. Please pray with us for the upgrade of this skatepark.

I just really want to thank Clifford Viljoen for his help with the ramps at the I2B Somerset West skatepark. Here is Cliff jumping over Scottie. Cliff was a pro rollerblader from 1997 – 2003 for Roces International, Senate Wheel & Clothing Co, Red Bull & SKF Bearings. Here is his website he launched recently: knucklehub.com It is great to see Cliff on skates again and I really believe it is God who sent him to the skatepark at this point of time.


-New I2B Club, Pebbles- The Pebbles Project (after school care for children from the Winelands farms) partnered with I2B to start a club for about 20 children every Wednesday at the I2B park. Thanks Scott and Cliff for your help!




-Launch of the I2B Bowl- The bowl is finally done. We launched it this month and we added a wall ride, how awesome is that! Thanks Lord that we got it done in time in-between all the rain and thanks to all the guys who jumped in and helped. May God bless you oaks for your hard work!


Athletics for people with disabilities by Fanie
-Bridging Abilities Fun day- I2B partnered with BA to create a fun day for kids all over the Western Cape, we ended off with a good braai on heritage day.

-MR&MS Paarl School Ambassador- A great experience being a judge at this significant event, where participants had to present their community project they , model in their recycled outfits and ended off in their evening formal wear. 
   
-Eendrag House Meeting- 
I got invited to Eendrag as a quest speaker and shared my story with the students.

-WP trials- 
We are exited about the new season and competitions has started.


Aug 29, 2014

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I2B updates

What we've been doing to inspire the youth....

Alternative action sports by Chris
-The I2B Swakopmund Missions Trip- Inspired2Become went to Namibia to build some ramps, run a skate contest and do a skim clinic. 
The flyers that were going around in Swakop:


Below, the I2B Team from Somerset West and the Swakopmund locals. These are amazing people! We would like to thank them from the bottom of our hearts for all they did for us over there. We had two movie nights. One surf movie night and one skate movie night.

Building ramps till late.


The awesome indoor space we got blessed with to run the skate contest:

Prize giving: We shared some testimonies.

We ran a skim clinic on the Swakopmund main beach. 

Sunset on our off day at Donkey Bay.

-July Day Trip with some of the I2B Klienvlei club skaters.

-The I2B Skate Park made the local newspaper.

-Working hard to get the bowl level and ready for the summer.



Athletics for people with disabilities by Fanie
-Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games- congratulations to my coach on her birthday which was on race day. May you be blessed abundantly! Thank you for all you do for us. I believe it was a special birthday.

It was a privilege to have 3 SA athletes in the final of the men's 100m T37. The race ended with SA walking away with a gold, silver and 4th place.


We had opportunity to share our testimonies in the village. I also met some of the chaplains whom I will serve with in Swansea at the European Champs.

We also had a great time with the Common Wealth Games' chaplains.



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May 28, 2014

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I2B updates

What we've been doing to inspire the youth....

Alternative action sports by Chris
-The Christian Skaters/Surfers Conference- We did an I2B tour to JBay for the conference.

More info on the Christian Surfers and Skaters National Conference

We also made a one night stop over at The Yard skatepark in Knysna.

Dawnie skim session in Buffel's Bay.

-The I2B Skim-Chair Race- The aim was to have this event for young people in wheel-chairs but it was a challenge to get them to the beach. This was however just a test run and we hope to do a big skim-chair event for people with disabilities next summer.

We ended up just having the race between the I2B club members. The fastest team over the stretch of 100m won. 



The two fastest teams below. Each guy won an I2B T-shirt.

Thanks to my friend Josh who built a skim-rail for some extra excitement on the day.

-The I2B Kogel Bay Skim Camp- We went to camp directly after the Skim-Chair Race.

Three kids got baptized at camp in the ocean, between the mountains, how awesome is that?!


-Thanks to Godfrey and Scott- from Shofar Somerset WestGodfrey (on the left) is the new supervisor at the I2B Somerset West Skatepark and Scott is a faithful volunteer. We are busy putting the bowl in. We are hoping to put a roof over the bowl at the end, in order to keep the rain out. Please let us know if you want to be involved with this project.


Athletics for people with disabilities by Fanie

-Outreach at National Championships- We had an amazing time at Nationals this year, sharing testimonies and having fellowship with athletes. It was great to see athletes respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It was the first of hopefully many more, thanks to the SSC (Stellenbosch Sport Coalition), Niel Louw, SCAS and everyone else involved. 

SSC and some volunteers 

We are proud of our athletes

-Sharing my life story- I had the opportunity to share my story with Tannie Hanlie and her friends, which is a group of ladies that get together on a monthly basis, we had a delicious meal together at Tannie Hanlie's house after I shared my story with them.

-Grand Prix Series- We kicked off the series of competitions in Brazil, the following races are taking place in Europe. It is the first year that they are hosting this series.

-Sports Ministry Training- Some of the I2B members joined the training for the outreaches we will have during the soccer world cup.

-Presidential Awards- I was privileged to receive an award, the order of Ikhamanga for excellent achievement in Paralympic sports. I had the honor of going with my dad.  

 

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