Area Sports Briefs
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Have you ever thought, “One day, I’m going to take a self-defense class?” Well, here’s your chance.
In observation of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and to benefit the Advocate Safe House, self-defense expert and creator of Fight Like A Girl, Kym Rock, is hosting free women’s self-defense seminars at James Lee’s karate schools in Eagle and Glenwood Springs.
The next seminars is Monday, Nov. 9, at 6:30 p.m. at 2826 South Glen Ave. in Glenwood Springs.
As a seven-time world karate champion, Rock knows her way around self-defense, but what she discovered was that most moves and techniques are tailored to the height and upper body strength of men. As a former victim herself, Rock developed common-sense ways for women and girls to get away from a menace or out of dangerous situations using strengths that specifically favor women.
Call 947-9060 to register for the seminar or a free class and for more details.
The Glenwood Springs Youth Hockey Association will get the 2009-10 season started this weekend with games at home and throughout Colorado.
The Grizzly Hockey Pee Wee B team (11- and 12-year-olds) will host Aspen today at 1:45 p.m. at the Glenwood Springs Community Center ice rink.
The Grizzly Hockey Squirt B and C teams (9-10) travel to Pueblo for games this afternoon and Sunday morning.
The Grizzly Hockey Bantam B team (13-15) will travel to Denver for a Sunday morning game against Denver Country Club.
The Grizzly Hockey Midget Major A team (17-18) visits Regis this afternoon, followed by a game in Boulder on Sunday.
The Grizzly Hockey Midget Minor A team (15-16) begins its season Nov. 21.
The Grizzly Hockey Mites (7-8) and the introductory program skaters (brand new, young players) are now on the ice practicing.
All games are free and open to the public. Visit http://www.grizzlyhockey.org for more information.
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