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PCA’s H&H Classic moved to July

The Physical Culture Association (PCA) South Africa is expanding at a phenomenal rate.

The H&H Bodybuilding and Fitness Classic, in it’s eleventh year and a bodybuilding institution in Gauteng, now falls under the PCA and will be hosted on 6 and 7 July 2018 at the Kaleideo Auditorium in Kempton Park.

Hennie Kotze, H&H show organiser and one of only a few South Africans who attained IFBB Pro Status, recently decided to join the ranks of the rapidly growing PCA South Africa. Kotze follows in the footsteps of PCA Pro’s Wiehann Mentz (former NABBA/WFF) and Cobus van der Merwe (former IFBB).

The PCA was formed in the United Kingdom in 2015 with the objective of putting athletes first and improving the spectator experience at bodybuilding and fitness contests.

The PCA South Africa held their first ever Development show in Cape Town in March, offering newcomers the opportunity to experience the stage and receive guidance in what they can expect in the competitive arena.

“We are making a huge impression on the local fitness industry and I am super proud that we are creating free and fair competition,” says Kevin Schwartz, President of the PCA in South Africa.

Schwartz describes the PCA as an association for bodybuilding and fitness – one that puts the athletes first.

It has been formed with the primary goal: the evolution of physical culture.

Be the first to know the most current PCA SA information by contacting Kevin on 072 447 7520 or following the PCA SA on Facebook www.facebook.com/pcasaarmy, visit their new website www.pcasouthafrica.co.za or check out the latest photos on Instagram #pcasa

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