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Pinedale Half Marathon training at Proactive
by Mindi Crabb
May 8, 2007

(Pinedale) - Fresh air, fitness and fun! The Pinedale Half Marathon Committee is happy to announce that Saturday training sessions are back, starting May 12th at 7:00 AM! All walkers and runners are welcome to bring friends and meet new ones while getting some exercise and conditioning for September’s big event. Coffee and fruit will be provided, and free “In Training” T-shirts will be given to the first 75 participants. Suggested routes and training tips will be shared by local “veterans”.

Meet at Proactive Rehabilitation, 317 N. Faler Avenue – two blocks behind Faler’s General Store. Special offer – if you participate in 80% of the training sessions we will waive your registration for the event!

In addition to the weekly Saturday sessions, please join us at Proactive for the following special free presentations:

Tuesday, May 15, 7:00 pm
“Training for the 10k or 1/2 Marathon-- walk or run”
By Ken Konicek and Craig Sheppard
“Foot Types and Shoe Wear”
By Sue Holz

Tuesday, May 22, 7:00 pm
“Sport Nutrition and Preparing for the 10k or 1/2 Marathon”
By Danielle Bradley
“Warm up/Cool Down, and stretching for Your Race”
By Melissa Mowry

Visit the website for more information and to register online: and mark your calendars for Saturday, September 22!

The 2007 Pinedale Half Marathon is generously sponsored once again by EnCana – “energy for people”. They will also host a post-race Community Picnic at Rendezvous Pointe.

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