Run Jump Throw with Hiiye’yu Lelum House of Friendship

The Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council – Vancouver Island Region – is pleased to present Run Jump Throw Wheel, an athletics sport development camp for Indigenous youth (First Nations, Inuit, Métis) hosted in partnership with Hiiye’yu Lelum House of Friendship

This single session sport development camp is open to youth ages 6-12

Run Jump Throw Wheel (RJTW) is Athletics Canada’s grassroots development program and teaches fundamental movement skills and develops physical literacy using track and field inspired activities and games lead by instructors specifically trained to teach the fundamentals of running, jumping, throwing and wheeling (for children in wheelchairs).

The goal of Run Jump Throw Wheel is to provide a physical activity program that serves as a strong foundation for all sports and assist children in learning to move efficiently so that they grow into adults who will stay active!

Register Online:

Poster: RJTW HOF Aug2019


Open to all Indigenous youth (First Nations, Inuit, Métis) ages 6-12


Wednesday August 14th

10am to 12pm


The camp will take place on the traditional territory of Quw’utsun People and will be held at the following venue:

McAdam Park
820 Wharncliffe Road
Duncan BC


Participants are suggested to wear comfortable (athletic) clothing and footwear.

Please bring a waterbottle


For more information, please contact:

Devon Laing
Youth Coordinator


Lise Gillies
Sport & Physical Activity Coordinator, Vancouver Island Region