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Thank you to the USTA for giving the Wyoming Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports the “10 and Under Organizer of the Year” award! Ken Yamada, council member, accepted the award on behalf of the council at the USTA Wyoming District annual meeting this month. Lynn Fox, council member, and the Cheyenne Health and Fitness Day Event coordinator, and Ken are pictured here at the council’s November 2015 meeting

On October 21st, 2015, Powell Middle School 7th and 8th grade students competed in an Aquathon for the Governor’s Council Health and Fitness Day Event at the Powell Aquatic Center and Homesteader Park. Every student, 280 total, participated. They could solo it, have a team of two, or of three. It was a great success. Around the Powell/Cody area there are many color runs, triathlons, and such.  This event drew attention to the fact that everyone can compete in these types of events and have fun. Each student received a Governor’s Council back pack. Thank you Dale Ann Meeker and Timothy Fagnant for bringing this opportunity to Powell middle school kids!

Excellence in Health Award 2017
JJ Huntley – Pinedale Aquatic Center
Governor’s Council on
Physical Fitness and Sports

Ranae Pape, with the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports Presented the 2017 Excellence in Health award in Pinedale May 3rd at the Pinedale Aquatic Center to JJ Huntley of the Pinedale Aquatic Center.

The Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports promotes, educates, encourages, and provide opportunities for all citizens of Wyoming to help them achieve overall well-being through physical activities and health awareness. We work as a council to sponsor and promote physical activity and sports throughout the State of Wyoming. Click here for entire bio

If you know of someone who is deserving of the Wyoming Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports Excellence in Health Award, click here for more information.

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#1 - The cost for the Ciclismo MTB Race Camp is $575.  The announcement updated:

The Ciclismo MTB Race Camp from June 17th-21st (Noon Saturday to 4 PM Wednesday).  This camp is designed for High School Varsity and Junior Varsity MTB cyclist who wish to grow as riders and take their racing to the next level.  Cost for this camp is $575, which includes 4½ days of meals, lodging, race-related testing, and race-related skills-instruction-coaching.  
The Ciclismo Race Camp Registration site/link will open at 6 PM on Friday, March 3, 2017.


Please note that due to the physical requirements of the Ciclismo MTB Race Camp, students cannot participate in both the Stone Temple and Ciclismo Race Camps.  Please contact Rich with questions.

#2 - Questions about Stone Temple MTB Camp registration

Apologies to all as the brochure did say registration would open on February 17th.  Please remember to have your students registered on the Stone Temple MTB Camp wait list by February 28th. Do not worry about your placement on the wait list, it has no bearing on the selection process.  However, if you're not on the wait list we have no way of knowing that you are interested in attending this year's camp.


#3 - Camp information will be periodically updated and is currently located at:


Again, please direct your registration and scholarship related questions to Rich Vincent at Enduro.rv@gmail.com.


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