Sports briefs: April 20 |

Sports briefs: April 20

Walk with Ease
Basin Recreation’s April session of Walk with Ease, a four-week program that focuses on walking to help or prevent arthritis, is taught by instructors certified through the Arthritis Foundation. The program could help those trying to rehabilitate after an injury or those seeking to increase mobility while making new walking buddies. Classes run through April 25 and meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10–11 a.m. at The Fieldhouse. Cost is $20 or free with a Silver Sneakers or Renew Active card. Learn more or register at

Free Fitness Class of the month – Peak Yoga
Basin Recreation’s free fitness class for the month of April is Peak Yoga. The class is a fusion of strength-based flow and plyometric intervals, which aims to sculpt the arms, legs, and glutes, while building superior balance and flexibility. Classes are Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. at The Fieldhouse. Learn more and register at

Youth Tennis Clinics
Basin Recreation is hosting tennis clinics for youth players ages 6 to 12 who are looking to learn new skills and improve their technique. Clinics run April 26 to May 31 on Fridays from 4-5:30 p.m. at the Trailside Park Tennis Courts. Registration is $75. Learn more and register at

Indoor Soccer Clinics
Basin Recreation is offering supplemental coed soccer clinics. Each week, players ages 6 to 11 will focus on new skills and end the session with a 20-minute scrimmage. Clinics run on Tuesdays from April 30 to May 28 and meet for an hour at The Fieldhouse. Times vary by age. Cost is $55. Learn more and register at

Mountain Trails registration
Registration for the Mountain Trails Foundation’s summer events — the Tour Des Suds mountain bike race and the Triple Trail Challenge footraces — is open now at All event proceeds support Mountain Trails Foundation, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to building, maintaining and protecting trails for non-motorized recreation in the Park City area.

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