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"Fastest Gym Junkie" race at Cowra Gift meet

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1 "Fastest Gym Junkie" race at Cowra Gift meet on Sat Nov 26, 2011 11:35 am



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Cowra Guardian
25 Nov, 2011

Cowra Gift organiser, Brooke White, and Cowra Health
Club owner, Graham Parker, are all set for the running
of the Cowra Health Club Challenge on December 10.

For Cowra Health Club owner, Graham Parker, it was a no brainer.

When Cowra Gift organiser, Brooke White, approached Parker for help in encouraging more locals to become involved on the day, he was happy to lend his support.

“It’s about trying to support exercise through athletics and sports and leading a healthy lifestyle,” he said.

“Any involvement that we can have in that is good.”

The Cowra Health Club Challenge will pit the fastest gym members against each other over 120m in a bid to win bragging rights for 12 months.

“The gift is handicapped over the 120m distance but in our race, because we’re not sure how fast anyone is, everyone will just be off scratch,” Mr Parker said

“It’s unsure at this stage whether we’ll have multiple heats and divisions - it all depends on the number of entrants - but we’ll definitely have a male and a female division.

“It’s not just for people who have been doing running recently.

“It can be someone who hasn’t run for a long time.

“We’ve seen that over the past few years where anyone who trains with us here regularly has been able to get involved in other sports, whether it be back into the pool after 20 years, triathlon, playing football codes again, netball or basketball.

* See the full story on page 43 of today's Cowra Guardian, Friday November 25, 2011.


It would be a great race to attend!

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