Winner gets training, spot in marathon

Tri-City Medical Center in Carlsbad is launching a contest offering 13 North County residents the chance to participate in the 13.1-mile Carlsbad Half Marathon on Jan. 24.

The winners will receive a free two-month membership to the recently opened state-of-the-art Tri-City Wellness Center, as well as group training with the center’s certified staff. They will also be enrolled in a race training program offered by In Motion, Inc. and will receive free entry to participate in the half marathon.

Tri-City is the title sponsor for the event. To be considered for the prize, complete an online registration form at www.tricitywellness.com/marathon by Nov. 22.

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