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It’s time to get moving, Central Florida: Move60 Challenge starts this week

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Move60 Challenge starts this week-Central Florida residents can sign up to compete as individuals or teams. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons

Move60 Challenge starts this week-Central Florida residents can sign up to compete as individuals or teams.Photo: Flickr Creative Commons

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Florida Hospital’s Move60 challenge kicks off Thursday, offering residents who are physically active every day the chance to win prizes. The event kicks off with a morning and afternoon walk Thursday.

So far, 700 individuals and 61 teams have already registered for the Caribbean-themed competition. The event ends April 29.

Individuals and groups can still register on the Healthy Central Florida website. Move60 is part of Florida Hospital’s Healthy Central Florida initiative and is supported by a Florida Blue grant.

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Danielle Prieur grew up listening to her grandfather’s stories of swimming across the Detroit River from Canada and many other adventures. She’s been into storytelling ever since. She studied journalism at Northwestern University. She covers local and breaking news and is a backup host for "All Things ... Read Full Bio »