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Battling Back Against Obesity: ING KiDS ROCK Nashville Returns

Summary: 
  • More than 7,000 local kids participate in youth fitness program
  • Olympians Rod Dixon and Jim Ryun to encourage, inspire a love of running
  • One mile fun run takes place Sunday, April 28 at LP Field
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  • More than 7,000 local kids participate in youth fitness program
  • Olympians Rod Dixon and Jim Ryun to encourage, inspire a love of running
  • One mile fun run takes place Sunday, April 28 at LP Field

Thousands of Kids Complete ‘Fun Run’ at ING KiDS ROCK San Diego

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Imagine thousands of anxious, screaming kids amid the backdrop of Sea World. That was the scene Saturday, June 2, 2012, for ING KiDS ROCK San Diego. Kids in grades K–7 participated in a one-mile, non-timed, non-competitive “fun run” to combat childhood obesity. They became “marathon finishers” by completing 25.2 miles of a 26.2-mile marathon at their own pace in the weeks before the event with guidance from parents or teachers using the Official ING Run For Something Better® Training Guide.

1,600 Kids to Run for Their Health at ING KiDS ROCK San Diego

Summary: 
  • ING Run For Something Better® promotes kids fitness, fights childhood obesity
  • Kids race taking place Saturday, June 2, at SeaWorld parking lot
  • Dr. Andy Baldwin and Olympians Rod Dixon and Jim Ryun to encourage, motivate children on race day
Press Release
  • ING Run For Something Better® promotes kids fitness, fights childhood obesity
  • Kids race taking place Saturday, June 2, at SeaWorld parking lot
  • Dr. Andy Baldwin and Olympians Rod Dixon and Jim Ryun to encourage, motivate children on race day

Over 7,000 kids Committed to Fitness at ING KiDS ROCK Nashville

We’re a little bit country and a little bit Rock ‘n’ Roll
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A record 7,125 kids crossed the same finish line as adults who ran the Country Music Marathon and Half Marathon when they participated in the ING KiDS ROCK Nashville on Friday, April 27 at LP Field, home of the Tennessee Titans. This was a huge increase from the 4,700 kids who participated in the event last year, making it one of the largest kids’ races in the country.

7,000 Kids Run for Their Health at ING KiDS ROCK Nashville

Summary: 
  • ING Run For Something Better® promotes kids fitness, fights childhood obesity
  • Sold-out kids race Saturday, April 27, at LP Field
  • Olympians Rod Dixon and Jim Ryun to encourage, motivate children on race day
Press Release
  • ING Run For Something Better® promotes kids fitness, fights childhood obesity
  • Sold-out kids race Saturday, April 27, at LP Field
  • Olympians Rod Dixon and Jim Ryun to encourage, motivate children on race day

ING KiDS ROCK Gets Kids on Road to Fitness at D.C. Armory

Summary: 

* Nearly 1,000 local kids to get moving and get healthy on Friday, March 16, at 5:30pm * Olympian Jim Ryun, Dr. Andy Baldwin, sportscaster Bonnie Bernstein to attend * Late registration available at Health & Fitness Expo

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* Nearly 1,000 local kids to get moving and get healthy on Friday, March 16, at 5:30pm * Olympian Jim Ryun, Dr. Andy Baldwin, sportscaster Bonnie Bernstein to attend * Late registration available at Health & Fitness Expo

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