Also, high school and middle school athletes will be able to use the club’s entire training floor 24 hours a day during that week. The club is closed during the overnight of July 4-5 but open the rest of the week.
Students who are under 18 years old must bring a parent or guardian for the first visit.
For more information contact Chad Coy at 765-860-2524.
Kittel wins opener at Tour de France
PORTO VECCHIO, Corsica (AP) — German rider Marcel Kittel won the first stage of the 100th Tour de France in a sprint finish with Alexander Kristoff on Saturday.
Former champion Alberto Contador was involved in a crash near to the end of the flat, 132-mile stage. Sprinter Peter Sagan was also among those hitting the ground. They were able to continue, with Contador’s shoulder cut and bruised.
British sprinter Mark Cavendish did not crash but was stuck behind those that fell and was not among the stage challengers at the end.
Cavendish was aiming for his 24th stage win and hoping to wear the prestigious yellow jersey for the first time in his career, while Sagan was expected to be his main rival.
Neither got close.
Cavendish and Sagan were nowhere to be seen as the main bunch turned the corner for home, and Kittel held off Kristoff as they dipped for the line.
“I’m speechless, so, so happy. This is by far the greatest day in my whole life,” Kittel said. “It’s by far [my] biggest victory. I hope I can sleep, I’m going to be pretty excited about [today].”