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Amazing youth race a big success

On their marks: Participants catching exercise at Macquarie Fields Skate Park as part of the Amazing Race challenge. Picture: Ben ChenowethWhile NetworkTen is busy bringing back Survivor, Campbelltown Council has brought back The Amazing Race.
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On Friday, four teams of young locals looked for clues and completed a series of challenges in the inaugural Campbelltown Amazing Race event.

The teams started the day at Simmo’s Beach in Macquarie Fields and worked their way through locations featured in the council’s 30 Things for Young People to do in Macarthur Under $15 list.

Teams worked to be the first to arrive at Campbelltown Arts Centre.

Campbelltown mayor Paul Hawker said the event was designed to connect the council with the youth community.

Taking a stand: Participants take a selfie with the #FistsDown anti-violence message in one leg of the challenge. Picture: Ben Chenoweth

“Showcasing the variety of leisure opportunities available to local young people through a fun and challenging event like this was a great way to engage our community,” Cr Hawker said.

“The initiative provided an opportunity for local young people to explore their city and gain a broader understanding of how their local council is part of their community, as well as the range of services and facilities available to them.”

The team from Eagle Vale High School was victorious on the day.

Getting involved: In the first challenge of the Amazing Race at Simmo’s Beach participants dug in the sand. Picture: Ben Chenoweth

The challenges including digging for clues at Simmo’s Beach, exercise activities at Macquarie Fields Skate Park and taking selfies with an anti-violence banner (#FistsDown).

The Amazing Race also visited the Greg Percival Library, Macarthur Square, Bradbury basketball courts and Dumaresq Street Cinema.

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