Friday, August 28, 2015
Promoting community wellness, lifelong fitness and youth empowerment in communities across the Dine' Nation
Click Here for the 2014 Year-in-Review Slideshow!
REGISTRATION LINKS FOR UPCOMING EVENTS -
Asaayi Mountain Run - coming soon
Monument Valley Marathon and Half - coming soon
Navajo Parks Race Series to kick off in September!
A new series of races on the Dine' Nation will commence in September with Code Talker 29k. This 18-mile or 6-mile race will take place in Window Rock on the Sunday (Sept 13) of Navajo Nation Fair. Registration is just $20 for the 10k and $25 for the 29k, with tees to first 100 registered runners in each, an original race poster, course support and post-race food. Registration is at the link below. The CT29k is followed by the Asaayi Mountain Run (November), Monument Valley Marathon (December), Little Colorado River Gorge (February), Shiprock (May), Asaayi (August), Code Talkers 29K (Sept), Four Corners (October) and Rainbow Bridge Trail Ultra (November). The Series will be varied in distance and terrain, and all will have kids and commuity involvement. The gear and posters from the Series will be awesome, plus you will have the chance to run with VP Jonathan Nez. All the details will be here soon.Visit www.shiprockmarathon.com to register for our landmark event, Shiprock Marathon and Relays.
The "all-new" Chuska Mountain Bike Challenge is set for October 9-11.
Awesome routes, great food, camping and entertainment and more -
all in a festival atmosphere in the Chuskas between Lukachukai and Red Valley, Arizona.
Check out our facebook page for pics - www.facebook.com/NavajoYES.
2015 Registration is now open!
Tour de Rez celebrates 25th year in 2015!
The 25th TDR concluded in Window Rock on Monday, July 20, with an entourage headed by VP Nez,
pro cyclist Scott Nydam and riders from around the Nation!
Throughout the summer, te TDR group built trails in the Carrizos, worked on restoration projects throughout the Chuska and tried to leave a better rez in our wake as we traversed Dine' Bikeyah.
Click here to see some highlights from the past Tours.
Events in 2015-16
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