Triathlon, Coke 10K both set for Saturday

By NEMS Daily Journal

Saturday will be a fast-moving day in both Tupelo and Corinth.
King of the Hill Triathlon: The fifth annual event has been moved to the spring but will again be conducted at Tombigbee State Park. The race – combining a half-mile swim, 20-mile bike race and 3.6-mile run – begins at 8 a.m. Race packets can be picked up Friday at Trails and Treads in Tupelo.
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Coca-Cola Classic 10K: The 29th running in downtown Corinth will get under way at 8:30 a.m., with $3,950 in cash prizes at stake. This year’s race will serve as the Roadrunners Club of America state 10K championship.
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Look for more information about both races in the Daily Journal later this week.
The annual GumTree 10K, and its affiliated 2K fun run, is slated for Saturday, May 8 in Tupelo. You can get more information at

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