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Race Purpose: To benefit the Standard of Flexibility Foundation raising awareness on injury prevention to teenage athletes . Our first annual Flexibility 5K will offer loads of activities for runners and non runners, individuals and families.
Camp Olympic Park, Emmaus, PA 18049
Race Packet Pick up will be available on Saturday May 6 at The Emmaus Run Inn from 3:00pm-5:00pm
7:30am - 10:30am Massage therapy with Vivian and Dan (Donations for the Foundation accepted)
8:00am-11:00am Dj Music and Announcements by Wesley Works
8:30am-9:00am The Standard of Flexibility Warm Up and Honoring of Athletes
9:00am 5K Race start
9:15am 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk Start
9:15am - 9:45am ZUMBA with Nancy
9:30am - 10:30am Flexibility Stations (Yoga, Martial Arts, 3D Stretch)
10:30am Awards and Closing Remarks
Top Overall male and female and Top male and female in each age group.
5K- $20 till 4/7/17, $25 till 5/6/17, $30 Race Day.
Untimed 1 Mile Run/Walk- $10 till 4/7/17, $15 till 5/6/17, $20 Race Day.
Camp Olympic 5K Course, t shirt, refreshments, water station, and great prizes for both individual and top teams
Professionally timed by the Bryn Mawr Racing Co. @ www.brynmawrracing.com
Contact: Donna Copertino – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Standard of Flexibility Foundation is a not for profit organization that brings awareness to the prevention of repetitive motion injuries with proper flexibility training. We train teams, individuals and hold in school programs at no cost. We fund research projects to prove what types of training is most effective. Go to www.standardofflexibility.org for more information.
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