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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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Learn about ways you can get involved with the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation, make your donation and learn about donor recognition opportunities.
Please contact Ryan Baldwin, 435.658.4229.


October 2021

  • Utah Olympic Park

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  • Utah Olympic Oval

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  • Soldier Hollow Nordic Center
    Monday, October 18

    Join us for the annual Schutzenski Festival from October 18-24! The Schutzenski Festival includes training for XC and BIA athletes during the week beginning on October 18 and is capped off with a weekend of Biathlon and Cross Country racing, including both Elite and Open classes. All Elite Class XC & Biathlon races will be run on matched rollerskis and prize money will be paid out for each race. Saturday’s schedule will also feature a 5 mile (8km) running and walking race, a head to head Wild West Shooting competition, food vendors, a beer garden and family activities.

    Saturday, October 23

    Join us on Saturday, October 23 for the First Annual Schutzenski Festival at Soldier Hollow. The Schutzenski Festival opens with a 5-mile fun run/walk on the Olympic trails starting at 8 am, and is followed by elite-level biathlon and cross-country rollerski races throughout the morning, plus Zermatt Wildfire Grill and Bohemian Brewery beer garden, a Wild West shooting competition, and Discover Biathlon; where the public can learn about biathlon and shoot real biathlon rifles on the Olympic range. The event is open to the public (registration is required for the Schutzenski 5-mile fun run/walk and rollerski races.