Thursday, 12 April 2012

ONLY 5 DAYS TO GO!!!!!!!!

TRACE Sports launches on the 17th of April on DSTV

Just 5 more days to the launch of the most anticipated Sports channel in South Africa, TRACE Sports - a new channel dedicated to revealing intimate behind the scenes of the world’s favourite sporting heroes. The channel will be exclusively available to DStv Premium subscribers on DStv Channel 129 from April 17th 2012!

TRACE Sports targets sports fanatics and people who love sport . Males and females between the ages of 15 and 49 who are interested in stories about sports icons , legends and rising stars. The channel will give DStv Premium subscribers exclusive access to sports celebrities by letting them into the private lives of champions and champions in the making through exclusive profiles, gossip, news, documentaries and entertainment shows.

Olivier Laouchez, Chairman and CEO, TRACE Group, said: “The launch of TRACE Sports in South Africa is a major milestone for our Group. TRACE Sports will bring the DStv audience a great mix of content where sport meets glamour, where athletes reveal their real life and personality. We are excited to be launching the channel exactly 100 days before the Olympics as we believe that our content will allow DStv subscribers to connect more with featured Olympians.”

Alongside features of global sporting icons such as Usain Bolt, Lewis Hamilton and Roger Federer, TRACE Sports will also broadcast exclusive content with South African stars such as Bryan Habana, Oscar Pistorius, Aaron Mokoena, Natalie du Toit and Schalk Burger.

The programme highlights on the channel include: Up Close With where the champions get to choose the location of their interview; Entourage which focuses on the companions or parents of sports celebs, getting to know the champions through the eyes of their inner circle; Legends which gives a strong documentation of the real lives of those who got to write their names in gold letters in the history of their sports. Joelle Kayembe, the African supermodel and new face of TRACE and TRACE Foundation, will present the signature show In the Name of Good, which depicts the involvement of great champions in causes that are important to them.

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