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Cross Country Team's Persevering Performance

08 May 2014

26 Courageous Cross Country team members faced wind and rain, a very competitive field and difficult conditions underfoot to participate in the ADISR competition hosted by Champittet.

The competition held annually at Chalet à Gobet attracts a high number of entrants with over 90 children participating in some categories. Despite the difficult conditions, all the team persevered for between two and four kilometres and special mention to Finn who competed despite feeling unwell and Joshua who finished the race with one shoe!

Expectations were high before the event and our students competed well. Ewan was the highest placed LCIS student coming in eight in his category, having been in third place for much of the race. Freya also had an excellent result, finishing eleventh in her category.

All returned home tired, wet and muddy and looking forward to competing in next yea's competition, hopefully under sunny skies.