Run Paddle or Cycle or do all three! Feb 12-14 weekend
Whether a beginner or a seasoned participant, Join Steve Moneghetti, Clint Robinson (pictured above) and a host of local coaches on Magnetic Island 12-14 Feb weekend and improve your running, paddling or mountain biking skills.
Fantasea (Car Ferries) and Best of Magnetic are offering deep discounts to transport and house you for the weekend (or make your own arrangements) full details at http://www.mifitnesslife.com.au or register now at www.trybooking.comKAAF
Steve is a noted Australian distance runner attending four Olympic Games, multiple world championships and is a previous winner of international marathons in both Berlin and Tokyo. He is still a very handy runner and holds the world record for the oldest person to break the 30 minute mark for the 10k at age 46. He is holding three sessions including an easy run, a fartlek session and a running training seminar at Peppers Blue on Blue in the Indigo room
Clint Robinson is an out and out champion - he has attended five Olympic Games, winning gold, silver and bronze medals, he has won three world surf ski championships, a world and 15 times Australian single ski champion plus a world and five times Australian board champion. Clint is holding multiple ocean paddling technique lessons, some that are already booked out and a training seminar not to be missed on Peppers Boardwalk Restaurant deck Sunday afternoon.
We also have a host of local coaches including Tim Hughes and Andrew O'Neill holding mountain bike lessons, Sid Willis teaching trail running technique and local legend Sam Stedman hosting some paddle fitness lessons. Deb Latouf, who has a PhD in Sport Science, a level 2 Triathlon Coach, Level 1 Cycling coach and 13 years’ experience at the AIS, is also sharing her knowledge. There is a range of Epic surf skis to trial, Mizuno shoes to demo and Ripcurl fashion parade on the Nelly Bay Boardwalk deck.
For the juniors we have a mountain bike skills lesson included in their weekend pass plus the opportunity to practise their paddle starts for the Junior Adventurethon.