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Since 1996, the All Japan Prefectural Men's Marathon Relay Race has been held in Hiroshima every January to foster the development of mid-to-long distance runners and increase the popularity of these relay races.
That's what more than 600 local Brownie Girl Scouts took away on Saturday during the third annual Santa Clarita Brownilympics contest, a daylong sporting event that includes a 50-yard dash, obstacle course, softball throw, soccer dribble, and relay races for girls in the beginning of their scouting experience.
For Defi Montreal/New-York, a project to organize a relay race involving some 30 young people aged 12 to 18 who are youth centre clients and who are having problems with violent behaviour.
Each is responsible for one of these events: basketball, baseball, or a relay race.
You and three or more other kids can have a Valentine's Day relay race.
Relay Race (Henry Cecil/ Lester Piggott), the horse whose running at Newbury last time prompted the rift between trainer and then stable jockey Greville Starkey, readily outpaces Buoy (Dick Hern/Joe Mercer) in the Jockey Club Stakes at Newmarket.
Track legend Carl Lewis is to quit big-time athletics - by running in an exhibition relay race.
In one game, for example, the kids line up at opposite ends of the training field and have a relay race where they walk with the horses from one end to the other.
We (Lonestar) have been associated with a lot of firsts, and none more important than this great relay race that puts everyone's health at the top of the priority list," said Dean Sams, the founder of Lonestar.
The relay race will consist of four-person teams lined up with one pound of tater tots in front of each competitor.
MORE than 400 people turned out for the first relay race renamed in honour of a Middlesbrough man who tragically died in a car crash.
RECORD numbers turned out for an annual relay race at a North East country park for the coveted prizes of fruit.