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Local boy heads to Spain for world champs

05 September 2017
Kouga Mayor Elza van Lingen attended one of Corban Olivier’s training sessions with Haydn Holmes (left) this week. Corban leaves for Spain next Friday.

Kouga Mayor Elza van Lingen attended one of Corban Olivier’s training sessions with Haydn Holmes (left) this week. Corban leaves for Spain next Friday.

An 11-year-old boy from Jeffreys Bay will leave for Spain on Friday, 15 September, to participate in the Biathle World Championship.

Corban Olivier will be testing his prowess against the world’s best at Viveiro, where the contest is set to take place from 20 to 24 September.

He earned his national colours at the South African Biathle Championship in George in July. Biathle consists of running and swimming.

Kouga Executive Mayor Elza van Lingen, who attended a recent training session of the rising sports star, said Council was proud of Corban’s achievement.

“Corban has been participating in the sport since October last year and it is incredible how quickly he has progressed,” she said.

“He is an example of the amazing talent we have here in Kouga and we wish him all the best. He is a great ambassador to his community and we look forward to watching him grow in his sport.”

Corban has been training with Speedfit Athletics at Jeffreys Bay and Liquid Lines at Cape St Francis.  

His running coach, Jannie van Niekerk, has high praise for Corban.

“He has been an absolute pleasure to train. His dedication and perseverance is incredible,” he said.

“Corban takes his training very seriously,” agrees his swimming coach, Haydn Holmes.

“He is focused, committed and eager to please. He still has room to grow and to improve which, given his dedication, will come naturally as he matures from an age grouper to a senior athlete.”