Adult Pentathlon

Become a Greek athlete this Summer

What was it like to be an Olympic Athlete...

The pentathlon is the culmination of a years worth of work for the waldorf 5th grader in preparation for the day. There are archetypal movement gestures weaved into the many movements they've learned. We look to those gestures and celebrate where the 5th grader is in his/her development.

Put on your winged shoes and be ready for a day of Greek pentathlon training as you step back in time to learn what it was like to be an Olympic Champion.

First Annual Bay Area Pentathlon for Adults

Saturday, July 13th 2013 at 8:15am-2:30pm

1400 Valley House Drive

Rohnert Park, CA

Who: Waldorf teachers, parents, and friends

Cost: $50/person

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Schedule of the Day

8:15 Arrive and meet other Olympians

8:30 Opening Ceremony

8:45 The Games Begin

12 Lunch

2:15 Closing Ceremony

We are Alex Boshell (Live Oak Charter), Justin Ganz (San Francisco Waldorf School), and Dale Thurber (Sunridge Charter School).

We have over 20 years of pentathlon training experience combined. We'll guide you through the day of an olympic training that will teach you the skills to become a champion. Throw the javelin and discus, wrestle, long jump, sprint, relay and chariot race with others from all over the Bay Area.

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(You will be required to sign an insurance waiver to participate) **This event will not prepare you for the Olympics or Olympic pentathlon** Participation of each entrant is under the assumption that person(s) is not injured at time of event