8th Annual Try-Me Try-Athlon

Event, Wellness

Registration is now full!

The Try-Me Try-Athlon is a division-wide event celebrating physical literacy in children and youth through swimming, bicycling and running. It encourages students to train in school and at home, allowing them to build their skills and work toward feeling competent and confident in multiple environments. The Try-Athlon is designed to offer youth the opportunity to experience the sport of triathlon in a positive environment that offers age-appropriate distance levels.

Date: Friday, June 7, 2024
Time: Race starts at 10:30am (9:15‐10am check-in/race kit drop-off, 10am course walk-through/warm-up)
Location: Stony Plain Outdoor Pool and surrounding area (5210 55th Ave, Stony Plain)
Fee: $35 (or $15 each person on a 3-person individual leg team—one swimmer, one biker, one runner)

Children age 5 and up are welcome to register for this event with the support of their classroom or school-based teacher, and with a responsible adult available to attend the entire event.

Event Details & Registration

For full event details, please visit the Try-Me Try-Athlon page. Registration is now full. 

For more information contact:
Cathy Traynor
PSD Health & Wellness Facilitator
Phone: 780-984-1655
Email: cathy.traynor@psd.ca

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