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I Tri’d 5 to 15 Kids Triathlon

Ages 5-15

Sunday Sept 14, 2014 Pompano Beach Aquatic Center

Start Time 7:30am

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 This event is to encourage kids to live a healthy lifestyle by participating in a little swimming, biking and running. We look forward to this year\’s event

This is a kids only triathlon taken place at the Pompano Beach Aquatic Complex. Your child will swim in a pool, bike/run on a closed course. The entry fee will cover race goodies.

All athletes must be at the event location by 7:00am on event morning. Once you are parked you will not be permitted to leave until the last bike rider is off the course.

There will be no race day registration.
NO TRANSFERS/NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED IN THE EVENT OF SEVERE WEATHER RACE DAY CANCELLATION. In the event of severe weather the event will be Cancelled.

***ALL CHILDREN MUST BE A USAT MEMBER ($15.00 annual fee) and abide by all USAT rules. Race age is determined by the age you are as of 12/31/2014.

Parent Tip: Transition area closes at 7:20am(no exceptions). No parents will be allowed in the transition area; there will be plenty of room to see your child racing.

Packet Pick up!
TBD

Race Starts at 7:30am

Sponsorship Opportunities please contact Kelle at Kelleinthezone@yahoo.com

Distances:

5-6 Year Olds

.25 Meter Swim/ .25 Mile Bike/ .25 Mile Run

7-11 Year Olds

100 Meter Swim/ 2 Mile Bike/ .5 Mile Run

12-15 year olds

200 Meter Swim/ 4 Mile Bike/ 1 mile Run

All participants will receive a t-shirt and finisher medal.

Medals will be awarded as follows Top 3 M/F in each age group:

5 against 5

6 against 6

7 against 7

8 against 8

9 against 9

10 against 10

11 against 11

12 against 12

13 against 13

14 against 14

15 against 15

For more information, click here.

Just in time for back to school! Parliament Tutors Partners with Take Stock in Children for SAT Prep

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Take Stock in Children has been helping the less fortunate children of Broward County stay on the right educational track for 13 years. With the help of Parliament Tutors, Take Stock will now be able to provide their students with premier SAT preparation courses. “We are excited to branch out to low-income students with this great organization. When it comes to education, everyone deserves an equal opportunity, including those who cannot afford it,” said Robert Gilbert, head academic advisor at Parliament Tutors. “Take Stock in Children helps so many students, and we can’t wait to be a part of that.Our SAT prep program focuses on teaching students the key concepts and test-taking skills required to obtain higher test scores. Featured in small classes, each course targets comprehensive study methods for each section of the SAT, along with our free diagnostic exams, tailored to each student’s needs.”

About Parliament Tutors

 Parliament Tutors is a national private tutoring and test prep company founded by David Greenberg in 2009. When Greenberg jumped into a saturated tutoring market four years ago, he was determined to differentiate his company. He took advantage of his online tutoring platform to recruit and train tutors, but sent them directly to students’ homes for in-person lessons.Today, Parliament Tutors offers private tutoring and test preparation in over 100 cities across the United States. Course offerings feature academic subject tutoring, standardized test preparation, language learning and professional certification prep. Throughout the years, Parliament Tutors has been featured in CNNmoneyForbesSkypeFOXMashableReuters and more.

About Take Stock in Children

Founded in 1995 as a non-profit organization, Take Stock in Children helps low-income students escape the cycle of poverty through education. They do this by providing scholarships and mentors to over 400 students in Broward County. Their program starts at the middle-school level, continues through high school and helps with the transition to college. One of their main goals is to reduce the number of high school dropouts, so students can continue to college and eventually, the workforce.