Tortoise and Hare Winter Challenge

. August 8, 2014.

Suffering from the winter blues? Exercise is the perfect cure, but it can be tough to get outside and stay active during the snowy season. Luckily, the Health and Fitness Center at Washtenaw Community College is putting on the perfect event for the slowpoke and the speedster alike. The Tortoise and Hare Winter Challenge is the perfect event for serious runners and those just looking to get outdoors during the winter. Participants will run a 2K loop around a cleared bike path near the fitness center, and can run as long as they like. Professional runners will be there to answer questions and offer advice, and there will be running shoes for participants to test out. All runners will receive a t-shirt and refreshments.

8am/sign-up, 9pm/start time. Saturday, February 6
WCC Health and Fitness Center
4833 E. Huron River Dr.
734-975-9950 | wccfitness.org
Free

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