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Walk the Talk: The Health for All Challenge 2019

Mid Morning Mix // Community// Health// Sport // May 14, 2019

 

Paul Garwood from the World Health Organization talks to WRS about the second edition of the “Walk the Talk: The Health for All Challenge” event on Sunday 19 May 2019 in Geneva.

 

 

The event will be open to people of all ages and abilities and be held over different distances ranging from 3-8 kilometres. The aim is to raise awareness and the profile 

This is a free physical activity event for all, including for people walking, running and using wheelchairs. 
It offers 3 distances (short 3km, medium 5km and long 8km) around “international” and “local” Geneva and Lac Léman linking key health, international and touristic landmarks.
The event is inclusive and open to all ages and abilities, with accessible routes to enable participation of, as many people as possible.
People taking part should ensure they are physically healthy and prepared for the route or activity they are taking on. There will be many activities for participants to choose from to suit different levels of fitness and health, including zumba and crossfit activities between the Place des Nations & Lake Geneva. 

 

 

 

 

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