Montgomery Triple Challenge Kids Triathlon Race Information
Hey Moms and Dads! Have you heard about the exciting new kids event that is coming to Montgomery Township on Sunday, October 1st in Skillman Park 1-4 PM? If you haven’t, Well, Gather around and get the Scoop …
The Montgomery Triple Challenge is a family friendly community and fundraising event for the Montgomery Township EMS. As parents, our kids’ health and wellness is very important and so we are bringing a kids’ triathlon to town: It will be a run, bike and obstacle race for children aged 5-13 years.
The Run and Bike races will be suited to match the age and skills of our 3 different age groups of children. For our 5-7 year olds, the run and bike race will be ¼ mile long; For our 8-10 year olds, they will run and bike for ½ mile; while our 11-13 year olds will run and bike for 1 mile. All racers should wear comfortable attire including sneakers (no cleats) and must bring their helmets and bikes to use in the biking portion of the race.
Who are the organizers of the races, you ask?
The obstacle course is a combination of runs, hops, tunnels, cone and mat mazes for the kids to navigate! The course is modified to suit the children’s age. Who is organizing the obstacle course? Well, it’s John Rooney of FalRooney Camps and Events, of course! Mr Rooney can’t wait to see his young friends participating in this triathlon!
We are all excited and can’t wait to see the children racing and having fun at the Montgomery Triple Challenge event. In addition to the race, there will be kids and family activities that are all about fun! The fun will include, but won’t be limited to, face painting, balloon artist, games, and food!
Ready to get your kids moving for a great cause? Don’t miss out on this fun event, Register your children for the race! Online registration closes at 9 pm on Saturday, September 30th. Be sure to register early! We look forward to seeing everyone there!
This event is hosted by Moms In Business, a moms and women business support organization founded in Skillman, NJ, and serving Somerset and Mercer counties, in association with Rotary of Montgomery/Rocky Hill and Montgomery Recreation Department.