Elana Meyer is a former long-distance runner from South Africa, who won the silver medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in the 10,000 metres event. Meyer set the 15 kilometres road running African record of 46:57 minutes in November 1991 and also held the half marathon African record, set in January 1999 in Tokyo. In 2013, Elana co-founded ENDUROCAD, Africa’s first sports academy dedicated to developing young South African talent into elite, global endurance athletes. She has also teamed up with South African rugby icon, Francois Pienaar of ASEM Running, in partnership with the City of Cape Town and Western Province Athletics, to manage a revitalised Cape Town Marathon event.


Nicholas Goliath is a South African comedian who basis his comedy on true stories and strange yet funny observations in his daily life. Nicholas has performed at Parkers Comedy, The State Theatre Johannesburg, The Market Theatre, Carnival City, Emperors Palace Captains Comedy and various club shows. He is currently MC at Makro Silver Lakes in Pretoria and interacts with clients and staff as part of his MC duties.


Farhaan Behardien is a South African international cricketer who plays ODIs and T20Is. He also plays for Nashua Titans and made both his first-class and List-A cricket debuts in the 2004/05 season. Behardien made his T20I debut for South Africa against India in early 2012. Behardien also earned himself a place in the South African squad for the 2012 ICC World Twenty20. In addition, he played in the South African ODI squad in 2014.