The Health Care Insurance 321-GO Kids’ Race is on this Sunday, 26 October 2014 at Burnie’s West Park Oval.

The Health Care Insurance 321-GO Kids’ Race is on this Sunday, 26 October 2014 at Burnie’s West Park Oval.

Entries can be made on the day from 9am until 30 minutes before each race. Entries on race day may not receive a recorded time.

The race schedule will be:

7 and under girls - 1km - start at 11:15am

10 and under girls - 2km - start at 12:10pm

13 and under girls - 3km - start at 1:10pm

7 and under boys - 1km - start at 11:45am

10 and under boys - 2km - start at 12:40pm

13 and under boys - 3km - start at 1:45pm

Health Care Insurance 321-GO Kids’ Race Committee Member Mr Rick Ferguson said, “We already have 1,100 preregistered entries. Anyone who has registered, but not received their racing number can collect it on race day.

“Children from zero to four years are also invited to join their parents on a lap around the oval at the beginning of the event. You must still register for the Lap for Littlies for insurance purposes at the marshalling tent on the western side of the ground or in the function room at The Point West Park prior to 10:30am for an 11:00am start.”

The declaration form for the Lap for Littlies can also be downloaded at www.321go.com.au

“The Health Care Insurance 321-GO Kids’ Race was created as a safer alternative to the B&E Burnie Ten for young children. There are many random prizes and participants in the main races will receive a medallion and goodie bag. It is not about winning the race, it’s about having fun and encouraging children to be fit and healthy.

“Medallions can be engraved free of charge on race day or at the Burnie Trophy Centre, Plaza Arcade Burnie, the week following the race,” Mr Ferguson said.

Free parking is available at West Park Oval. Volunteer marshals will assist with parking. Please comply with their directions.

For further information please contact

Libby Dobson
Communications Officer
Burnie City Council
(03) 6430 5716 or 0448 568 728

Email: ldobson@burnie.net