The Challenge:
Toby “The Kalahari Ferrari” Jermyn versus Will “Willyballs” Hobson

Watch the video where Toby “The Kalahari Ferrari” challenges Will “Willyballs” Hobson on Sea Point Promenade on Saturday 15 Feb, World Pangolin Day.

Important update for the Cape Town #running4pangolins event and routing

How far will you go to save a species, Cape Town?

Come join us at the #running4pangolins Toby versus Will Showdown on Sea Point Promenade!

Whether you run marathons, fun runs or just run for the bus, here’s an opportunity to do something really amazing for conservation on

World Pangolin Day, Saturday 15 February 2020

The Run starts at 07.30 at the Sea Point swimming pool food court opposite La Perla. Please arrive from 07.00 to warm up!

Join Toby and Will for a modern day “TRYathlon” as they make their way along the Sea Point promenade, with some comical antics along the way. The run will finish at the Oranjezicht City Farm market at the Waterfront at around 09:30. 

1. Register below (if you havent already)

2. Receive your free #running4pangolins info pack by email


 •  A printable running bib to pin onto your shirt
•  Pangolin fact sheet
•  Official sponsorship form

3. Tell your friends on social media you’ve signed up, using the hashtag #running4pangolins
– then challenge them to do the same!

Raise awareness, raise money, or raise both!

You can also ask friends and family to sponsor you per kilometer or mile and raise money for pangolin conservation.

Together we can raise global awareness about the most trafficked wildlife species on earth.

Registration Form

Please share this page with your friends, family and running club, but register individually to receive your packs.

If you are struggling to find us on the day please call 071 591 2822 and we will tell you where we are.

  • Anyone participating in the #running4pangolins campaign is doing so at their own risk. Pangolin.Africa and all affiliated companies associated with the execution of this campaign may not be held liable for any loss, damage, costs or injury participants may suffer as a result of their participation in this campaign. Seek advice from your GP before taking part in any strenuous physical activity. Children participating in a run should be accompanied by their parents or legal guardian. Use of the Pangolin.Africa logo and associated emblems should be used solely for the purposes of promoting pangolin conservation and not for commercial purposes. Permission to use said design work requires approval from Pangolin.Africa in writing.
  • Should you choose to get sponsorship for your participation in #running4pangolins (which we hope you will), all funds raised are to be donated to Pangolin.Africa within one week of participating in the event, via our donation platforms.