In this Issue:
- And they're off! NCF launches 2019
Move fitness series
- Rocks!! This Week
- Upcoming Events
Feb 3 Cross out
Cancer Ski Loppet, Feb 10 Sofie's Loppet, Feb 17 Hypo
- Running Room Run Club Update:
- Track North News
Sharon Anderson Open, 1/12/19, U. of Toronto Indoor
And they're off! NCF launches 2019
Move fitness series
Over 150 participants at the fourth annual
Snowshoe Trek for Cancer
of NCF's Move fitness series, at Kivi Park for the fourth
annual Snowshoe Trek for Cancer (Keira Ferguson/ Sudbury.com)
Under the bright
sun of this afternoon, the Northern Cancer Foundation
(NCF) launched the 2019 Move fitness series with
the fourth annual Snowshoe Trek for Cancer.
The Snowshoe Trek
for Cancer is one of five Move fitness series
events held throughout the year, to raise awareness
and funds for cancer care and research. This year,
over 150 participants, six teams from the community
and three teams from the Northern Cancer Foundation,
embraced the frigid trails of Kivi Park.
joined by the Move fitness series' partners Rainbow
Routes, KIXC 91.7 and Adventure 365. "We
love getting people active and the Move series
is all about getting people outside and active
which we fully support," said Melissa Anderson
from Adventure 365.
"We also love
that Northern Cancer Foundation is local so all
the funds raised at these events stay in Sudbury
and support Sudbury families that need them."
In the past four
years, the Snowshoe Trek for Cancer has raised
more than $125,000 for the fight affair against
cancer. In addition to supporting the NCF, the
Move fitness series was introduced to promote
a healthy, active lifestyle.
that keeping yourself fit and healthy can help
in preventing cancer but also while you're going
through treatment, it is really important,"
said Elizabeth Taillefer, manager of events and
marketing for the Northern Cancer Foundation.
The next event in
the Move Fitness series is the Cross Out Cancer
Ski Loppet, to be hosted at Kivi Park Feb. 3.
To learn more about the Move fitness series or
to register your team, visit ncfsudbury.com.
Rocks!! This Week
Upcoming Local Events
are on Sunday. Para nordic 1.5km - stadium and
shed. 5km - gully, shed, wall, extension, 1 lap.
16km - gully, shed, wall, sophies, extension,
two laps, 24km - 3laps. All races start on the
field and all races conclude with one lap of the
Tentative start times on Sunday
are 10:00 for the para nordic and 10:30 for the
Good afternoon Sudbury Runner's and Walker's,
See you all at Run Club tonight 6pm
your Sudbury Staff
We have FREE run club Wednesday nights
at 6pm and Sunday mornings at 8:30am.
North News - by Dick
Sharon Anderson Open, 1/12/19,
U. of Toronto Indoor Track
A small squad of three
LU athletes competed at the Sharon Anderson Invitational
at the University of Toronto this weekend. Two of the
runners returned having met OUA qualifying standards
in their event.
OUA qualifiers included Megan Crocker,
who placed 10th and ran a time of 4:43.28 in the 1500m.
First-year runner, Eric Gareau, in his first indoor
race ever, placed 11th in the 600m with a time of 1:23.85.
10. Megan Crocker, 4:43.43 (OUA Standard)
56. Eric Roque, 7.49
11. Eric Gareau, 1:23.85 (OUA Standard - PB)
The Laurentian track team’s next
race will be the Ottawa Winter National Open next weekend.
A full squad will attend.
Dick Moss, Head Coach
Laurentian XC/Track Team
c/o Coach Moss <email@example.com>
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