Youth swim, bike, run way to fitness

The inaugural Apex Kids' TRYathalon drew 100 participants

Posted 7/30/18

On hundred are youth ranging in age from five to 13 years old participated in the first Kids' TRYathlon put on by the Apex Parks and Recreation District July 29. The event utilized both the Apex …

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Youth swim, bike, run way to fitness

The inaugural Apex Kids' TRYathalon drew 100 participants

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On hundred are youth ranging in age from five to 13 years old participated in the first Kids' TRYathlon put on by the Apex Parks and Recreation District July 29. The event utilized both the Apex Center lap pool as well as the Ralston Creek trail behind the center.

“We really encourage kids to get active and stay active their entire lives,” said Katie Groke Ellis, marketing, community outreach and communications director for Apex. “This is a fun way to be out here with your friends and use a multi-sport avenue to create fitness and health in young kids.”

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