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Promoting Healthy and Active Lifestyles

In 2018, UOLF launched a Healthy Kearns initiative aimed at combatting some of the states most alarming health statistics (many of which are preventable). Now offered at all three Olympic venues, this active and healthy lifestyle initiative celebrates racial, gender and economic diversity by introducing children to new sporting opportunities. With most children “retiring” from organized sport by age 13, a fraction participating in the CDC’s daily physical activity recommendation and costs being the largest barrier to sport, UOLF works with local schools, physical education classes, after school and summer school to provide transportation, equipment, field time and instruction to the youth in our communities. These sport-centered camps, classes and development programs now include Learn to Sport in many disciplines: cross-country skiing, skating, biathlon, multi-sport (basketball, track and field, volleyball and more) and our G-Force skeleton program. By focusing on free/reduced lunch and at-risk programs, we are ensuring those who need this most in our Olympic venue communities will have the opportunity.

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Please contact Ryan Baldwin, 435.658.4229.

Events

January 2022

  • Utah Olympic Park
    Wednesday, January 12
    Learn more about the sport of skeleton at Utah Olympic Park every Wednesday night in January from 6 pm to 8:30 pm!
    This program is for athletes ages 12 to 18 to learn how to slide and steer on the ice.
    Meet the coaches and the kids in the program, watch them slide and take a run yourself!
    Please RSVP to Val Fleming (vfleming@uolf.org) for details.
    Wednesday, January 19
    Learn more about the sport of skeleton at Utah Olympic Park every Wednesday night in January from 6 pm to 8:30 pm!
    This program is for athletes ages 12 to 18 to learn how to slide and steer on the ice.
    Meet the coaches and the kids in the program, watch them slide and take a run yourself!
    Please RSVP to Val Fleming (vfleming@uolf.org) for details.
    Wednesday, January 26
    Learn more about the sport of skeleton at Utah Olympic Park every Wednesday night in January from 6 pm to 8:30 pm!
    This program is for kids ages 12 to 18 to learn how to slide and steer on the ice.
    Meet the coaches and the kids in the program, watch them slide and take a run yourself!
    Please RSVP to Val Fleming (vfleming@uolf.org) for details.
  • Utah Olympic Oval

    There are no events this month, please scroll to see other upcoming events.

  • Soldier Hollow Nordic Center
    Sunday, January 2
    December 31 – January 7, 2022

    Soldier Hollow Nordic Center in Midway, UT welcomes the best cross country skiers in the country, as well as their coaches and families/friends for the Championships and one SuperTour race this January.

    Saturday, January 8

    The Utah Nordic Alliance’s Wasatch Citizens Series (WCS) ski races have been Utah’s premier nordic skiing events since 1979. The WCS consists of five events held each year at the major cross country ski areas along the Wasatch Front and Back. Two classic technique and three free technique races are included to provide the balance local athletes need to prepare for national and international competition.

    Date Distance/Technique Location
    Dec 18, 2021 5/10K Classic, Interval Start Mountain Dell
    Jan 8, 2022 5/15k Free, Wave Start Soldier Hollow
    Jan 22, 2022 5/10k Free, Interval Start White Pine
    Feb 12, 2022 5/10k Classic, Wave Start Soldier Hollow
    Feb 26, 2022 5/20K Free, Wave Start White Pine Farm

     

     

    Tuesday, January 11
    Race Dates: January 11, 25 | February 8, 15 | March 15

    Pre Register by 4pm the day before, and join our evening race series at Soldier Hollow this winter! The series is aimed at providing a fun, low-key opportunity to bring the local Nordic community together to socialize from a safe distance, compete and ski.

    Tuesday, January 25
    Race Dates: January 25 | February 8, 15 | March 15

    Pre Register by 4pm the day before, and join our evening race series at Soldier Hollow this winter! The series is aimed at providing a fun, low-key opportunity to bring the local Nordic community together to socialize from a safe distance, compete and ski.