Easingwold Cross Country Running Festival

 

Last Wednesday, 67 children from Key Stage 2 took part in the Easingwold cluster cross country running festival at Easingwold Secondary School.

This is the biggest squad we have ever taken to an event, and that this many children chose to come and compete reflects the love of sport that our pupils have!

The year 3s and 4s faced a 1200m lap of the back field, whereas the year 5s and 6s had 1500m to run to reach the finish line. Each race had more than 40 competitors, so there was a real buzz to the starting lines as they children waited for the signal to set off.

In order to qualify for for the second round of the competition, children had to place in the top 6 of their race. 8 runners from our school qualified for the Hambleton finals:

Maisey – Year 3 Girls – 5th

Alf – Year 3 Boys – 2nd

Nancy – Year 4 Girls – 6th

Lottie – Year 5 Girls – 5th

Benjamin – Year 5 Boys – 1st

Zara, Holly and Sophie – Year 6 Girls – 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively

 

These children have qualified for the Hambleton final round, which will see them compete against the best runners from all 7 clusters in our area.

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