Members of the Laureus family have joined 100 inspirational fundraisers from around the world to trek 100km and raised over $400,000 to date to support the work of Laureus Sport for Good.
Rugby legends Brian O’Driscoll, Bryan Habana and Jean de Villiers swapped their rugby boots for hiking boots to join experienced adventurer Annabelle Bond, South African TV personality Dan Nicholl and a group of inspiring people from around the world for the four-day trek through the stunning Drakensberg Mountain range.
Between them, Brian O’Driscoll and Bryan Habana have amassed 262 international caps, scored 114 international tries, won a Rugby World Cup and climbed no mountains. Next month, that will all change as the Laureus legends swap rugby boots for hiking boots and trek 100km through South Africa’s Drakensberg Mountain range to raise funds for Laureus Sport for Good.
Rugby star Brian O’Driscoll never shirked a challenge on the rugby pitch and he is going to need every ounce of his endurance powers later this year as he takes on a gruelling challenge for Laureus.