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RRR Kids uses a team-based philosophy to help kids learn valuable lessons about how to set goals and make being active part of their daily lives. With the help of our coaches and members, kids will learn the fundamentals of running (at various age- appropriate distances) while having fun. The RRR Kids program is designed for children of all fitness levels in grades K-8.
Running isn't Cancelled!!!
This year, due to Covid-19, we will be running together yet apart in a virtual RRR Kids Race! The first 100 registered kids (this race is for ages 5-13) will receive a race T-shirt and numbered bib to wear while they run the 2 miles safely at a location of their choice anytime on August 8th or 9th 2020. Be a part of something great this summer! Once completed, email us or post your child's finisher picture with #rrrvirtualkidsrace and we will post it! Registration is $20.
We will be posting suggested training workouts for the kids on our facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/rrrkids/ , to help everyone train for the race, just like we would be doing if we were meeting in person weekly at RRR Kids Summer Track, which is sadly canceled due to health and safety concerns. But you still can race with us.
Be a proud RRR Kid!!!
We're so proud of you all and we miss you!!
RRR Kids Co-Founders Alyssa & Gail
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