Jackets in training


Sidney Cross Country Coach Ken Kellner kicked off the 6th annual Jackets In Training running program. Out of 110 students, 87 young athletes in grades 3-6 signed up were able to make the first session. All students ran a 1 mile time trail. Can’t Stop Running supplied a finish line arch, music to “pump up” the runners, and a time clock at the finish so the racers can see how long it took them to run the mile. “Over the next six sessions held each Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m., the runners will work to hone their running skills so that on Thursday, April 28, each individual can shatter the mark they set Tuesday,” said Kellner. “It is great to see so many young individuals together and outside!”

Sidney Cross Country Coach Ken Kellner kicked off the 6th annual Jackets In Training running program. Out of 110 students, 87 young athletes in grades 3-6 signed up were able to make the first session. All students ran a 1 mile time trail. Can’t Stop Running supplied a finish line arch, music to “pump up” the runners, and a time clock at the finish so the racers can see how long it took them to run the mile. “Over the next six sessions held each Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m., the runners will work to hone their running skills so that on Thursday, April 28, each individual can shatter the mark they set Tuesday,” said Kellner. “It is great to see so many young individuals together and outside!”


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Sidney Cross Country Coach Ken Kellner kicked off the 6th annual Jackets In Training running program. Out of 110 students, 87 young athletes in grades 3-6 signed up were able to make the first session. All students ran a 1 mile time trail. Can’t Stop Running supplied a finish line arch, music to “pump up” the runners, and a time clock at the finish so the racers can see how long it took them to run the mile. “Over the next six sessions held each Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m., the runners will work to hone their running skills so that on Thursday, April 28, each individual can shatter the mark they set Tuesday,” said Kellner. “It is great to see so many young individuals together and outside!”

Sidney Cross Country Coach Ken Kellner kicked off the 6th annual Jackets In Training running program. Out of 110 students, 87 young athletes in grades 3-6 signed up were able to make the first session. All students ran a 1 mile time trail. Can’t Stop Running supplied a finish line arch, music to “pump up” the runners, and a time clock at the finish so the racers can see how long it took them to run the mile. “Over the next six sessions held each Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m., the runners will work to hone their running skills so that on Thursday, April 28, each individual can shatter the mark they set Tuesday,” said Kellner. “It is great to see so many young individuals together and outside!”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/04/web1_IMG_8914.jpgSidney Cross Country Coach Ken Kellner kicked off the 6th annual Jackets In Training running program. Out of 110 students, 87 young athletes in grades 3-6 signed up were able to make the first session. All students ran a 1 mile time trail. Can’t Stop Running supplied a finish line arch, music to “pump up” the runners, and a time clock at the finish so the racers can see how long it took them to run the mile. “Over the next six sessions held each Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m., the runners will work to hone their running skills so that on Thursday, April 28, each individual can shatter the mark they set Tuesday,” said Kellner. “It is great to see so many young individuals together and outside!” Courtesy photo