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Four intrepid TBS newbies competing in the annual Run Warsaw race

Four intrepid The British School newbies followed the school's "Be Ambitious" tagline and took to their feet to brave Warsaw's autumnal weather and compete in the annual Run Warsaw race.  

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As it turned out, it was a beautiful sunny day and the course took them through some of the city's most spectacular streets, which had been closed especially for the event. 

For Mrs Shepley Clarke, Mr Fearn and Mr Shepley it was the first time they had experienced this race however for Mr Kienhaus, it was his tenth anniversary participating in the run. He celebrated with an excellent time (for an old guy), followed by one or two beers afterwards to balance out the exertion (but to be fair, we all helped with this bit!).  

We're looking forward to taking part again next year, hopefully with a few more The British School staff? Who knows...


Robert Shepley
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