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Forsyth County Parks & Recreation will host the 2018 Future Olympians Track Competition on Sunday, Oct. 21, at the South Forsyth High School track. The Future Olympians Track Competition is for children in kindergarten through fifth grade.

 

On-site registration will be held from noon to 1 p.m., with events taking place between 1 and 3 p.m. The fee is $5 per child.

 

“The Future Olympians Track Competition is an afternoon of fun and fitness for our county’s elementary school students,” said Parks & Recreation Director Jim Pryor. “This year’s competitions will include the long jump, softball throw and various running events.”

 

Participants team up with their schoolmates to compete against other schools to determine the “2018 Forsyth County Elementary School Track Champion.”

 

At the event, medals are presented to those individuals placing first, second and third in each event. Plaques are presented to the schools placing first, second and third in overall points and a plaque is also presented to the school with the most participants. T-shirts will be given to the first 500 registrants.

 

South Forsyth High School is located at 585 Peachtree Parkway in Cumming. For more information about the Future Olympians Track Competition, call Forsyth County Parks & Recreation at (770) 886-4088 or visit parks.forsythco.com.

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