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Training Program Kickoff to Prepare Runners for Urban Bourbon Half Marathon - Archived


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Training Program Kickoff to Prepare Runners for Urban Bourbon Half Marathon
Speak with Sports Medicine Team and participate in two-mile run

Louisville, Ky. (July 18, 2016) – Lace up your running shoes! KentuckyOne Health Sports Medicine and the Louisville Sports Commission have partnered to provide a training program for the Urban Bourbon Half Marathon. The program will kick off on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 from 5-7 p.m. at Medical Center Jewish Northeast, part of KentuckyOne Health. The event will include an open house and an optional two-mile run, led by Louisville Sports Commission Race Director Michael Clemons, that will start and end at Medical Center Jewish Northeast.

During this open house, participants can learn more about the KentuckyOne Sports Medicine Program, which offers a comprehensive range of services including education, prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and wellness from specially trained and certified staff. Topics to be discussed include injury prevention and treatment, sports nutrition for optimal performance, and the new KentuckyOne Health Runner’s Edge program. The Runner’s Edge program is designed to evaluate and improve the efficiency of your body, allowing you to improve your performance and decrease the risk of injury.

Training Program Kickoff

Wednesday, July 27
5-7 p.m.
5-6 p.m.: Open House
6:30 p.m.: Two-mile run

Medical Center Jewish Northeast
2401 Terra Crossing Boulevard
Louisville, KY 40245

Neil Patil, MD, Shea Orthopedic Group, part of KentuckyOne Health
Greg Kress, athletic trainer, KentuckyOne Health Sports Medicine
Kayla Matrunick, director of performance, U of L Athletics
Denise Wooldridge, director, KentuckyOne Health Sports Medicine
Jon Holland, physical therapist, KentuckyOne Health Sports Medicine
Kelli Bisig, physical therapist, Medical Center Jewish Northeast
Jason Bracco, physical therapist, KentuckyOne Health Sports Medicine
Michael Clemons, race director, Louisville Sports Commission

Interview opportunities with KentuckyOne Health Sports Medicine experts
Interview opportunity with Louisville Sports Commission race manager
Video/photo opportunity of open house
Video/photo opportunity of two-mile run


Publish date: 

Monday, July 18, 2016