Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Cricket Namibia: Run for Tourism – #EaglesChallenge

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Photo Credit: Cricket Namibia

Tourism has been one of the hardest impacted industries by COVID-19 pandemic worldwide. The National Men and Female cricket team of Namibia challenge other entities to join our awareness for Tourism campaign. 

The #EaglesChallenge is first and foremost an awareness campaign and secondary opens an avenue for financial support to the specific and identified organisation of every team’s choice. To challenge a team, download our changeable electronic flyer to use on social media platforms that will show the team you are challenging and will also show for which tourism industry you are supporting.

This is a concept where the Eagles challenge other cricket teams worldwide, Namibian sporting codes and entities to a 5km run that would take place at a venue and time that suits every team. The race times are submitted as a screenshot of your running app (e.g. Strava) on the Cricket Namibia website. The #EaglesChallenge race consists of various participation groups and is open to all entities including national teams, corporates, school teams and club teams.

The aim of the ‘challenge’ is to create awareness to a specific tourism industry to hopefully increase their income when COVID-19 has passed. If any donations are entered through this challenge, Cricket Namibia urges that it must be donated directly into the account of the supported tourism entity.

Visit our website to participate in our #EaglesChallenge


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