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Look at the sentences below about a sports event for young people. Read the text on the opposite page to decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect.
If it is correct, mark A. If it is not correct, mark B.

1. It is expected that some children will fail to complete the races in the triathlon. ………..
2. There will be several triathlons held in the region this year. ………..
3. Everyone taking part in races has to have an annual membership with OAT. ………..
4. Athletes run, swim and cycle various distances, depending on their age. ………..
5. It is possible to do the triathlon as part of a team. ………..
6. Athletes need to collect their race bag the day before the main event. ………..
7. Before the race, athletes need to check their bikes themselves. ………..
8. People wanting to attend the ‘clinic’ on June 17th need to book and pay in advance. ………..
9. Parents are welcome to help out on the day of the event. ………..
10. Helpers have to bring their own food to eat on race day. ………..
THE LINDSAY KIDS OF STEEL TRIATHLON – ONTARIO, CANADA
What is a kids of steel triathlon?

Triathlon is a sport that combines swimming, cycling and running. Kids of Steel events are designed to offer those aged 6 to 19 an opportunity to take part in a triathlon. It’s all about having fun while keeping fit. While the races are challenging, they are short enough to make sure that everyone finishes in good time.
Who can take part?
The Lindsay triathlon is one of many such events that take place annually across the state of Ontario. These events are organized by the Ontario Association of Triathletes (OAT) and all the participants must be members of OAT. Membership costs $25 per year (for those aged 15 and under) and those without a full year-membership are required to buy a $6 one-day membership on race day in order to take part.
Distances
The Kids of Steel distances change according to the age of the athletes. For example, 14-15-year-olds will swim 500m, cycle 16km and run 5km while the 6-7 year olds will swim 50m, cycle 1.5km and run 500m. Anyone who feels unable to do a whole race on their own is welcome to enter with up to two friends. In this way each person can do at least one part of the triathlon.
What must I do to take part?
The Lindsay triathlon will take place on Sunday 21st June, starting at the Lindsay Sports Centre. On Saturday 20th you will need to check that you have registered to race and also pick up your race bag, containing your competitor number, at Lindsay Sports Centre’s main reception. You will also need to get your bike and equipment checked at the Tyre Store on West Street before you can race. This must be done by a bike-repair expert and you will need to show a receipt to prove that the check was done.
If this is your first race or you just feel you need some advice from experienced triathletes and coaches, there will be a ‘clinic’ on June 17th at the Lindsay Sports Centre. There’s no fee or registration, just come along.
Helping out
It would be impossible to run these events if we didn’t have the unpaid help of so many people. If you are a parent of one of the kids taking part and you would like to get more involved on the day, then please call Andy Robinson on (708) 663-3321. He’d love to hear from you. You won’t get paid, but you will get a free T-shirt and you’ll be able to go to the after-race lunch party. You will also have a great time and meet lots of people.
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Look at the sentences below about a sports event for young people. Read the text on the opposite page to decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect.
If it is correct, mark A. If it is not correct, mark B.

1. It is expected that some children will fail to complete the races in the triathlon. ………..
2. There will be several triathlons held in the region this year. ………..
3. Everyone taking part in races has to have an annual membership with OAT. ………..
4. Athletes run, swim and cycle various distances, depending on their age. ………..
5. It is possible to do the triathlon as part of a team. ………..
6. Athletes need to collect their race bag the day before the main event. ………..
7. Before the race, athletes need to check their bikes themselves. ………..
8. People wanting to attend the ‘clinic’ on June 17th need to book and pay in advance. ………..
9. Parents are welcome to help out on the day of the event. ………..
10. Helpers have to bring their own food to eat on race day. ………..
THE LINDSAY KIDS OF STEEL TRIATHLON – ONTARIO, CANADA
What is a kids of steel triathlon?

Triathlon is a sport that combines swimming, cycling and running. Kids of Steel events are designed to offer those aged 6 to 19 an opportunity to take part in a triathlon. It’s all about having fun while keeping fit. While the races are challenging, they are short enough to make sure that everyone finishes in good time.
Who can take part?
The Lindsay triathlon is one of many such events that take place annually across the state of Ontario. These events are organized by the Ontario Association of Triathletes (OAT) and all the participants must be members of OAT. Membership costs $25 per year (for those aged 15 and under) and those without a full year-membership are required to buy a $6 one-day membership on race day in order to take part.
Distances
The Kids of Steel distances change according to the age of the athletes. For example, 14-15-year-olds will swim 500m, cycle 16km and run 5km while the 6-7 year olds will swim 50m, cycle 1.5km and run 500m. Anyone who feels unable to do a whole race on their own is welcome to enter with up to two friends. In this way each person can do at least one part of the triathlon.
What must I do to take part?
The Lindsay triathlon will take place on Sunday 21st June, starting at the Lindsay Sports Centre. On Saturday 20th you will need to check that you have registered to race and also pick up your race bag, containing your competitor number, at Lindsay Sports Centre’s main reception. You will also need to get your bike and equipment checked at the Tyre Store on West Street before you can race. This must be done by a bike-repair expert and you will need to show a receipt to prove that the check was done.
If this is your first race or you just feel you need some advice from experienced triathletes and coaches, there will be a ‘clinic’ on June 17th at the Lindsay Sports Centre. There’s no fee or registration, just come along.
Helping out
It would be impossible to run these events if we didn’t have the unpaid help of so many people. If you are a parent of one of the kids taking part and you would like to get more involved on the day, then please call Andy Robinson on (708) 663-3321. He’d love to hear from you. You won’t get paid, but you will get a free T-shirt and you’ll be able to go to the after-race lunch party. You will also have a great time and meet lots of people.
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If it is correct, mark A. If it is not correct, mark B.
1. It is expected that some children will fail to complete the races in the triathlon. …B……..
2. There will be several triathlons held in the region this year. ……A…..
3. Everyone taking part in races has to have an annual membership with OAT. ……B…..
4. Athletes run, swim and cycle various distances, depending on their age. ……A…..
5. It is possible to do the triathlon as part of a team. ……A…..
6. Athletes need to collect their race bag the day before the main event. ……A…..
7. Before the race, athletes need to check their bikes themselves. ……B…..
8. People wanting to attend the ‘clinic’ on June 17th need to book and pay in advance. ……B…..
9. Parents are welcome to help out on the day of the event. ……A…..
10. Helpers have to bring their own food to eat on race day. ……B…..
THE LINDSAY KIDS OF STEEL TRIATHLON – ONTARIO, CANADA
What is a kids of steel triathlon?

Triathlon is a sport that combines swimming, cycling and running. Kids of Steel events are designed to offer those aged 6 to 19 an opportunity to take part in a triathlon. It’s all about having fun while keeping fit. While the races are challenging, they are short enough to make sure that everyone finishes in good time.
Who can take part?
The Lindsay triathlon is one of many such events that take place annually across the state of Ontario.
These events are organized by the Ontario Association of Triathletes (OAT) and all the participants must be members of OAT. Membership costs $25 per year (for those aged 15 and under) and those without a full year-membership are required to buy a $6 one-day membership on race day in order to take part.
Distances

The Kids of Steel distances change according to the age of the athletes. For example, 14-15-year-olds will swim 500m, cycle 16km and run 5km while the 6-7 year olds will swim 50m, cycle 1.5km and run 500m. Anyone who feels unable to do a whole race on their own is welcome to enter with up to two friends. In this way each person can do at least one part of the triathlon.
What must I do to take part?
The Lindsay triathlon will take place on Sunday 21st June, starting at the Lindsay Sports Centre. On Saturday 20th you will need to check that you have registered to race and also pick up your race bag, containing your competitor number, at Lindsay Sports Centre’s main reception. You will also need to get your bike and equipment checked at the Tyre Store on West Street before you can race. This must be done by a bike-repair expert and you will need to show a receipt to prove that the check was done.
If this is your first race or you just feel you need some advice from experienced triathletes and coaches, there will be a ‘clinic’ on June 17th at the Lindsay Sports Centre. There’s no fee or registration, just come along.
Helping out
It would be impossible to run these events if we didn’t have the unpaid help of so many people. If you are a parent of one of the kids taking part and you would like to get more involved on the day, then please call Andy Robinson on (708) 663-3321. He’d love to hear from you
. You won’t get paid, but you will get a free T-shirt and you’ll be able to go to the after-race lunch party. You will also have a great time and meet lots of people.

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