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Cape Townís V&A Waterfront will play host to the countryís biggest extreme sports lifestyle event - The Hunterís eXtreme Ultimate X 2013 Festival - on 16 February.

The event is taking place at the Gateway Canal at the V&A Waterfront in CapeTown and will showcase extreme sports including national and international BMX, FMX, skate and wake boarding champions.

Now in its fourth year, the Ultimate X 2013 Festival expects to attract over 6,000 extreme sports-loving spectators to Cape Town. Gates open at 10am and close at 8pm, followed by an extreme concert at The Dragon Room in Harrington Street, Cape Town.

Spectators can see 25 of the countryís best riders along with international competitors including Alastair Sayer (FMX), Greg Illingworth (BMX), Louis Taubert (Skateboarding) and Aaron Hadlow (wakeboarding) transforming Cape Town's Gateway Canal into an extreme sporting paradise with death-defying stunts and record breaking attempts, all for a piece of the R100 000 in cash prize and the prestigious title of the Hunterís eXtreme Ultimate X Gold 2013 South African champion.

New features for this year's Ultimate X Festival in Cape Town include multiple international riders competing, staging of the inaugaral Ultimate X Gamer competition and the Inner City Muscle Car Show.

This year, the Hunterís eXtreme Ultimate X Festival will partner with the Reach for a Dream Foundation to fulfil the dreams of four extreme sport-loving children by giving them and their families a full VIP experience on the day.

Pre-bought tickets from Computicket cost R100 and include free entrance to the after party. Tickets are also available at the gate at R120 for adults and R50 for children under ten years old (children under four years old get free entrance).

The Hunterís eXtreme Ultimate X 2013 Festival takes place in Cape Town at the V&A Waterfront's Gateway Canal on the 16th of February. Gates open at 10am and close at 8pm.

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