Couch to 5k participants see training pay off after Catch the Leprechaun race

  • Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Participants of the Couch to 5k program started training in early January and celebrated its completion by running the Catch the Leprechaun race held this past Thursday. PHOTO PROVIDED

They did it.

The Couch to 5k program organized by Noah Moore, a USATF and RRCA certified running coach, celebrated the completion of participants’ ultimate goal: finishing the Catch the Leprechaun 5k.

This past Thursday, more than 25 runners from the program marked off running a 5k race from their list of New Year’s resolutions. Moore started the program Jan. 6 and held an eight-week training course in the Old Village of Mount Pleasant.

Moore said some people from the group have begun training to complete a 10k. He has another group with similar goals starting May 5. “My plan of making everyone in the Lowcountry a runner is well on its way,” Moore said.

“These are people who made a New Year’s resolution and actually kept it.”

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