Sabrina Love Ambassadors are individuals that do exceptional feats in the spirit of love, to help others and to support various causes. Our much-loved ambassadors are athletes and philanthropists that run, cycle, swim or walk while flying the Sabrina flag and helping us share the love and message of what the Sabrina Love Foundation is all about.
In 2006 he lost his right leg below the knee in a shark attack while he and his brother were training to become lifeguards.
Bruce Fordyce is a South African marathon and ultra marathon athlete. He is best known for having won the South African Comrades Marathon a record nine times, of which eight wins were consecutive.
Current World champion in the 5km open water event. Chad Ho is a South African swimmer, who specialized in open water marathon. Educated at Westville Boys’ High School, he is considered one of the fastest professional open water swimmers in the world, having won the overall series title at the 2010 FINA World Cup.
Chantel Nienaber is one of South Africa’s top female trail runners and a well known philanthropist. Chantel first fell in love with trail running during her first multi-day 250 km stage race – the Cape Odyssey (in 2007), as a complete novice.
One man, two world record attempts, four giants, five countries, twelve months and ZERO chance to surrender. Jamie Marais is working long and hard to attempt four endurance challenges few men would ever attempt and less would accomplish.
7 times South African Champion, 4 x Marathon, 2 x Cross country, 1 x Trial Road Champs
Michele is a homegrown product of Plettenberg Bay, whose first great achievement was competing in the Beijing Olympics.
Natalie du Toit is a South African swimmer. She is best known for the gold medals she won at the 2004 Paralympic Games as well as the Commonwealth Games.