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Spartan Kids Race

Jr. Spartan | 0.5 miles Varsity Spartan | 1 mile Spartan Race is not only limited to adult fun! Bring the kids ages 4-13 who can participate in their very own Jr. Spartan race. They will enjoy the thrill of the run, a variety of scaled down obstacles and their own mini festival area filled with games and children's challenges! Our mission is to inspire children to develop a love for fitness at an early age. The course is about a 1/2 mile filled with junior obstacles for Jr.

Spartans and 1 mile for Varsity Spartans. Each child will receive a T-shirt and Finisher's Medal with 100% of the Jr. Spartan Adventure proceeds benefiting the Kids Fit Foundation. As a leader in the movement to help children learn life-long health and fitness habits, the Kids Fit Foundation strives to raise awareness and develop programs that educate, empower and inspire kids to become and stay fit. Spartan Kids’ heats go off between 12pm and 1pm. Pre-Register: $25 / Day of Registration: $30

Saturday, March 23, 2013 in Charlotte, NC

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