Still room in Youth Run4Fun Program

Comox Valley Road Runners' program for ages eight to 14 begins April 15

The Comox Valley Road Runners’ Youth Run4Fun Program begins April 15 and there are still some spaces available.

This program is for youth between eight to 14 and is focused on exercising in a fun, supportive environment. All levels are welcome.

For $25, participants of this eight-week program will be introduced to proper techniques and nutrition as well as  injury prevention strategies all while having loads of fun in a variety of settings. These include track, trails and some road.

Nutritional snacks are provided each session and each session is unique. The grand finale involves good old fashioned relays and games and prizes galore.

For more information, contact Mary Ann at mar08@hotmail.ca. or visit the CVRR website at cvrr.ca. To register drop in at Extreme Runners on 5th Street. Day of registration is permitted; however arrive early (by 5:45 p.m.)  at the track at CFB Comox (behind the rec centre).

– Comox Valley Road Runners

 

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