• Trail Running

  • Obstacle Course Racing

  • Mountain Biking

  • BMX

  • Multisport

  • Paddling

Jeep Team South Africa is now in it’s 13th year and is the most consistent Lifestyle and Wellness team in South Africa, providing a platform for athletes to grow, develop and mature.

With around 300 athletes coming through the team over the past 13 years in various ways and forms, Jeep Team South Africa is also the longest running Lifestyle and Wellness team in South Africa. The goal of the team has been to encourage, support and assist them on their journey as racing athletes.
Jeep Team SA has huge aspirational value by educating athletes on: social media, cross sport socialisation, brand building and the opportunity to be the best and race against the best in the world, on the world stage.

Jeep Team SA supports, and are proud ambassadors of, Qhubeka (mobilising communities with bicycles) and Bike Pure (advocating Zero Tolerance and supporting Drug Free sport).

Latest Media

  • unnamed (2) JEEP TEAM’S HANK MCGREGOR WINS SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR AT WORLD PADDLE AWARDS - PIETERMARITZBURG, 11 MAY 2015 – Five-time world champion paddler, Hank McGregor (Jeep Team South Africa), was declared ‘Sportsman of the Year’ at the World Paddle Awards’ inaugural ceremony in Augsburg, Germany, on Saturday, 9 May 2015. McGregor claimed 53% of the overall results tallied from both World Paddle Awards Academy and the public vote. He

  • Warrior4_DD JEEP TEAM COMMAND PODIUM AT JEEP WARRIOR SERIES #4 - PIETERMARITZBURG, 7 May 2015 – Jeep Team’s Thomas van Tonder and Dominique D’Oliveira performed with distinction against fierce competition at Race#4 of the Jeep Warrior Series on 3 May, both securing 2nd place podium finishes in the respective Black Ops Elite men’s and women’s races. Round 4 of the series was held for the first

  • 11690_10152748261855264_54153973307368909_n JEEP TEAM’S THOMAS VAN TONDER TAMES ‘THE SAVAGE BEAST’ - PIETERMARITZBURG, 14 APRIL 2015 – An action-packed weekend past for Jeep Team’s OCR athletes saw Thomas van Tonder tame the inaugural ‘Savage Beast obstacle course race’ on Saturday (11 April), claiming top podium in a time of 1h5m2s, one second ahead of Eduan Neeb (1h5m3s), with Willem Erasmus in third (1h5m4s), also just one second


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