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The island is putting its walking shoes on today for the annual XL Catlin End to End, and the America’s Cup is getting involved in the action.

As a silver sponsor of Bermuda’s biggest fun-raising event, America’s Cup is supporting the Family Fun Walk, a three-mile trek from Somerset to Dockyard.

The fun will start at 2pm behind the Somerset Police Station on Beacon Hill Road where the railway trail meets the road, with things getting started with some exercises at 1.50pm.

There will be plenty going on at the stop, with Team BDA giveaways, and America’s Cup Bermuda car flags up for grabs. There will even be a chance to win a family pass for the America’s Cup Village; to enter all you have to do is snap a selfie, and post it to instagram with #OurAc in the comments.

For walkers starting in Somerset there will be a free bus back from Dockyard starting at 4pm and provided by Project Action.

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Published May 6, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated May 8, 2017 at 10:09 am)

Get your walking boots on

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