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Energy required by kids

Maegan Kuruvita, the star of the Cowichan Valley Wrestling Club program, gets a grip on Emma Vanderlee of Alberni in competition. - Andrew Leong/file
Maegan Kuruvita, the star of the Cowichan Valley Wrestling Club program, gets a grip on Emma Vanderlee of Alberni in competition.
— image credit: Andrew Leong/file

Aspiring wrestlers can wear off all that holiday food and get energetic Jan. 2 and 3.

That’s when the Cowichan Valley Wrestling Club’s annual wrestling camp takes place under the direction of Nick Zuback at Queen of Angels School.

“I’ve got a few guest clinicians coming in,’’ said Zuback. “It should be a good camp.’’

Sessions start at 9 a.m. each day. “Kids will be exhausted by the end, for sure,’’ said Zuback.

Cost is $65 per person for the two days, with lunch provided. Kids registering before Dec. 23 will also get a camp shirt.

“It’s all mixed from beginners to kids who have wrestled for years,’’ said Zuback.

For more information, contact Zuback at 250-746-4056.

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