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By: Kilimanjaro  09-12-2011

Media/Events « Kilimanjaro: A Purposeful Journey

-        women’s health, pregnancy in sport

-        weight issues and how to be healthy, how to lose weight,

-        Triathlons

-        Sports Bra fitting

-        Mountain Biking

-        Road Biking

-        Bike maintenance

-        Injury recovery, injury prevention

-        Trail running and clothing

-        Nutrition

-        Nordic Walking

-        Bike fitting

-        Women’s paddle (boat, pfds)

-        Women’s camping/hiking, (packs, sleeping bags)

-        Gait analysis

You’ll also be treated to a fashion showcasing much of the new Spring clothing for women.  Mostly athletic clothing, but also some adventure clothing new to the store.

And three dynamic guest speakers  including; Lynne Jenkins, an active cyclist and volunteer for Coast to Coast for Cancer (an organization to raise funds for kids with cancer); Kaireen Patton, an active runner and mom; and Gisele Mansfield.

And of course we’ll have some signed  books for sale. It makes a great Mother’s Day present.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Media/Events « Kilimanjaro: A Purposeful Journey

Since then we have been on another journey, putting to paper a collection of our favourite photos accompanied with innermost fears, joys and thoughts about the climb, our inspiration – the cause that we are working so hard for, and for some of us a spectacular side trip through the Serengeti. 2 of each book sale will go directly to the Snowy Owl AIDS Foundation of Ottawa to help them build Camp Wendake of Eastern Ontario.


About the authors « Kilimanjaro: A Purposeful Journey

In one of those odd convergences, in June 2006 I saw an interesting story in our local newspaper, about a courageous woman who intended climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Going to Kenya for the first time to work with the elderly, destitute and often ill people, I knew that all my previous experiences would help me in what I was to encounter there.