A Mini Obstacle Course Race exclusively for children ages
4 - 11 to take place on Sunday morning at the Gov. Joseph Flores Memorial / Ypao Beach Park in Tumon during the inaugural Ko'Ko' Kids Fest.
Kids will get a chance to tackle up to 10 different obstacles and terrain challenges on the course. Participants receive a finisher medal, Aloha Maid Drink, Fruits, and custom 100% polyester tech participant shirt. Awards and prizes will be given to top 3 boys and girls in their division.
•Distance: 1 & 1.75km
•Obstacles: Approximately 10
•Solo Runner Divisions: 4-5yrs / 6-7yrs / 8-9yrs / 10-11yrs
Limited to 100 runners per age group. Register early before sold out!
•Top 3 Boys & Girls in each division to be awarded with trophies and prizes from sponsors.
•4 Kid Team Challenge. Teach your children the value of teamwork early. 2 Age groups. (6-8yrs & 9-11yrs) Limit 20 teams per age division. Awards for fastest team. 4 members required.
•Early bird registration price starting at $25 Includes Finisher medal, Participant drifit shirt, refreshments, and giveaways from sponsors.
$25 from 1/1/20 till 1/31/20 or when avail early bird slots full.
$30 Regular Rate
$40 Late Registration from 3/1/20
•Registration DEADLINE March 18th (3/18/20) at 7pm or will CLOSE after all available slots are filled.
•Packet pickup date and time to be announced and emailed to every registrant. Information to be provided in email with start times for each division.
*Parents please DO NOT enter your name under the ATTENDEE portion of the registration. This is for the participant. Your Child's name.
*Registrant has the option to subscribe in the registration insurance offered by Fanshield on events.com and by declining coverage, forfeits any type of eligible claims regarding their registration to participate in the event. Registration is Non-refundable. READ the agreement terms and waiver of liability before check marking and agreeing.
**Shirts are tied into an inventory so once a size is gone you will need to select another size.
*Cheating will not be tolerated. All participating children must attempt every obstacle before proceeding to penalty exercise. Parents, please register your child in the correct age group. You WILL be caught and disqualified and maybe not allowed to come back.
If your child is older than 11yrs, our adult race TRENCH™ CHALLENGE in September will allow for him/her to participate if registered together with an adult.
TRENCH KIDS was designed to let young children compete in a fun, family friendly, competitive atmosphere. Children of all sides and skill levels are encouraged to participate. In an effort to create a culture of good sportsmanship with these young runners, parents and other spectators are asked to follow the guidelines below to ensure the race remains friendly and supports ALL PARTICIPANTS.
1.Healthy competition means keeping the race fun. Kids would rather have fun than just focus on winning.
2.Healthy competition means doing your best and learning that sometimes doing your best puts you on the podium, and sometimes it doesn’t. That’s OK.
3.Healthy competition means being supportive of others. Encourage interaction! It’s OK to make friends with other competitors and even congratulate the winner. No one likes a sore loser.
4.Give positive, supportive encouragement only. (DO NOT use profanity and please avoid negative comments and verbal harassment.)
5.Respect ALL participants, their parents, race officials, and volunteers. No one is perfect, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t trying our best.
6.Remember, these are children. The race is for the kids — not for adults and their personal goals.
At Trench Kids, we love inspiring kids to stay active.
Because we are dealing with impressionable youth, any inappropriate or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Offenders will be asked to leave and may be banned from future events.
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1.) What to bring: Child's proof of age. (Photo or copy of ID or birth certificate to verify age of participant for Awards if not pre-checked.), Sunblock, Cash for meals and beverages available by vendors on-site.
2.) What to wear: Breathable sportswear, Running or tennis shoes, light protection: gloves or soft knee pads may help. No pants or shirts with zippers or metal pieces. No cleats or footwear with sharp spikes.
SAFETY: Stay hydrated. Please practice caution while on the race track and on the property. There are sections of loose gravel on the course that is easy for one to slip and fall. A first aid station will be available on site should anyone require any attention.
AWARDS: We will be giving out trophies and prizes from sponsors to the top 3 Boys and Top 3 Girls in each solo division. Top teams in 4 kid team division.