Each year, Covenant Health assembles a team of individuals to train together for events in the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon. This year’s team members come from all walks of life, but have something in common. They’re all 50-plus! Follow their journey as they encourage people who are Baby Boomers and Beyond to pursue a better quality of life through health and fitness! Learn more by clicking here.
It’s time to continue our group runs this Saturday, January 6. We will meet at 8 am at Tennessee Sports Medicine Group, and the group run will be hosted by Knoxville Endurance. Mileage options are 4 miles for half marathoners, 10 miles for marathoners. We are excited to have Knoxville Endurance as an official sponsor of the 2018 CHKM! Whether you are a casual or competitive runner, if you are looking for help to take your training to the next level, check out Knoxville Endurance. They specialize in personal coaching that will assist you in reaching your endurance goals. Check them out at www.knoxvilleendurance.com
Our next group run is coming up this Saturday, December 16, at Runners Market at 8 am!
Check out these sweet specials that Runners Market will offer this Saturday for our attendees:
10% off shoes
20% off apparel & accessories
Up to 50% off clearance apparel
Mileage options will be 3 miles for half marathoners, 8 miles for marathoners. The recommended route will be an out-and-back course, so you can choose your own distance! Click here for a preview of the route.
Join us for our annual Fittest Company Challenge Luncheon on Tuesday, November 28, at noon, at the new ORNL Federal Credit Union location off of Pellissippi Parkway and Northshore Drive. This is a great opportunity to learn how to encourage your company’s employee participation in the 2018 CHKM and its Fittest Company Challenge. Attendance if FREE, but space is limited. If interested in attending, contact us at email@example.com. Thanks to our friends at Humana for sponsoring the Fittest Company Challenge!
The Fittest School Challenge is a competition between area schools that awards winners based upon percentage of participation. Each child that participated in the April 1, 2017 Covenant Kids Run earned one point for their school. We tallied up each school’s respective points and divided that number by the total enrollment of that school to determine their participation percentage. We will award prize money to the top ten elementary schools in a ten county radius. More than one school in each county is eligible to win prize money. On to the results…