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emPOWERing Girls – Track & Field Symposium

February 4, 2018

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This event is only for middle school and high school track and field female athletes. 3x Olympian Hazel Clark, World Record Thrower Myrle Mensey, Illinois Coaches Nicole Lincoln and Sherraun Hodges-Mustafa teach classes on how to embrace your athletic inner and outer beauty while discovering your unique strengths as an athlete. The symposium include: topics about Being an Athlete, Embracing My Body Image, Balancing Act: My Social/Emotional Image, Nutrition to Cultivate My Athletic Image and Abilities, and Balancing Act: My Academics and Sports Image.

The Track and Field Clinic includes: Sprints, Mid-Distance, Hurdles, Shot Put, High Jump, and Long/Triple Jump. The Track and Field Fun Run gives girls the opportunity to run the following track and field events: 60m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1600m, 60m Hurdles, Shot Put, High Jump, and Long/Triple Jump.

Resources: Other Homeschooling Event, Sports Opportunity
Area served:Chicagoland
State(s):Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin
Location:Sterling Fitness & Sports Athletic Center, 1900 Westwood Drive, Sterling, IL

emPOWERing Girls – Track & Field Symposium

Sterling Fitness & Sports Athletic Center, 1900 Westwood Drive, Sterling, IL

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