The Cap Sportif Sport & Charity
Our mission is organised around three major axes.
Animating the community around sport
The sport that you watch
Every opportunity is good to have a good time with sport. A good match? A competition? Even the visit of Mr Hulot is an opportunity for Cap Sportif to talk about sport!
Promoting and facilitating the practice of sport
The sport that is played
Led by sportsmen and women, the association federates around events such as the Cycle Tour or monthly activities accessible to all.
Supporting local community sports projects
Helping through sport
The teams that have passed through Cap Sportif have always been committed to helping the community through sports-related projects.
The Cycle Tour
Passage of the summit of Chapman’s peak
The 2021 men’s podium at Cap Sportif with Jean-Baptiste WIROTH (2:54:29), Thomas FUSS (2:59:18) et Ross HASTIE (3:08:22)
Practice run # 2
Celebrating on Sunday evening
We love it or we hate it, but in any case if we go to the Cape during this event we participate!
Every year, Cap Sportif invites you to join us for the biggest cycling race in the world.
We are securing “charity” places to allow those who would not have a place to participate. Buying your place at the Cycle Tour via Cap Sportif also allows you to participate in the two training sessions organized by the group, but especially to participate in the financing of the jerseys that the association renews every year for the Busy Bees*, and to help pay their coach.
* The Busy Bees is a rugby club from Langa Township (read more)
You can also buy a Cap Sportif jersey to show off the colours of the association and of France during your tour of the peninsula.
Cape Town Cycle Tour
March 13, 2022
The 44th edition of the largest timed cycling race in the world.
The next event will arrive soon !!
Relive past events on video!
The Busy Bees
The association has been supporting RFC Busy Bees rugby club for many years. This club is based in Langa. It was founded in 1923 and is considered by many to be the first ‘black’ rugby club in South Africa. Today they have almost 200 young people of all ages playing.
The Cap Sportif provides financial assistance to pay the salaries of the coaches as well as regular material assistance by renewing some of the shirts that the club provides to the young players.
En During an annual tour in Paarl, the French U18 team came to meet the club and the children of the Siybulela school, who were able to meet the players and receive gifts. A beautiful moment of sharing and joy to relive on video!