Running Workshop with Andy Vernon and other Olympic athletes, 16th May
--- Part of Dementia Awareness Week ---
Get first hands tips from one of Britain's finest runners while learning what it's like to be an Olympic athlete!
This event is suitable for runners of all abilities.
Andy Vernon ran in the 10,000 meters final in the Rio Olympics and is silver and bronze medalist over 5,000 and 10,000 meters in the European Championships.
Together with Ross Murray and other professional runners, Andy will take you through your warm up, drills and sessions, before giving you an insight on how to stay cool when it comes to that all important race in an Q&A session.
Tickets are £20 for adults (14+) and £10 for juniors, of which all proceeds go towards creating free biographical films for people living with dementia.
Light refreshments and fruit will be provided for after the training session.
This event will take place on 16 May at the Mo Farah running track at St Mary's University in Twickenham, from 19:00 until 21:00.
If you become injured or cannot take part in the training session for any reason you are still more than welcome to come along and pick the professional athletes' brains.
Changing rooms will be availabe but please make sure you are changed before the start of the event.