The course will start at 10.45am on Treborth Athletics Track, over Menai Suspension Bridge, past Church Island and through Coed Cyrnol before returning to and finishing in Treborth. Participants can choose to walk, jog or run the course at own pace and everyone who takes part will receive a pedometer, drink and medal!
Elwyn Jones, Sports Development Officer for Gwynedd Council stated:
“The great thing about the Menai 5Km Challenge is that you can walk it or run it. The important thing is taking part and completing the Challenge. There is a training programme available on the website which is suitable for any fitness level”.
“This is the second time we’ve held the event, which is now part of the North Wales Outdoor Challenge.”
Pictured are Emma Quaeck Cardiac Rehab and Exercise Officer for Gwynedd Council at the Glaslyn Leisure Centre, Porthmadog, providing assistance to Anthony Kruzewski and Clive Brown with their training programme for the event.
As numbers are limited, therefore, in order to avoid disappointment you must register beforehand. Visit www.northwalesoutdoorchallenge.co.uk to download a registration form. Further details of the day will be sent to you along with a receipt of your registration fee which is £4. The closing date to receive applications is 30th May 2007.
This is a Health Challenge Gwynedd initiative. For more information about how you can respond to the Challenge visit: northwalesoutdoorchallenge.co.uk/5kchallenge