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Primary and Year 7
National Cross Country Finals
Saturday 21st March 2020
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Due to latest developments, we have had to CANCEL this event.
A full statement will be published tomorrow, Saturday 14th March
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Image downloads from 2018 and 2019 events are still available
The galleries for the championships are now in one dedicated collection
” Thank you for all your hard work and support for the event on Saturday. Evelia entered the Year 5 girls race and had a great time getting her personal best for that distance. It was a great atmosphere, really well organised and a delight to attend. If it happens again next year, we will try to encourage her athletics club or school to get a team together as I’m sure they would all enjoy it.”
We have just returned to Kent after spending a fantastic weekend with family who live in Seagrave, so that the kids could run in the national cross country. We thoroughly enjoyed the day and can’t thank the organisers enough for ensuring it went ahead. Two happy children will be returning to school tomorrow to proudly show off their medals.
Keep doing what you do
Just wanted to thank yourself and your team for such a fantastic day on Saturday, such a massive undertaking, especially with having to set up a new course in such a short time.
This was my first year at the event and will certainly will not be the last whether bringing a team again or supporting the county.
Every member of the small team I brought cannot stop talking about it and all said they hope to be there next year with several probably making the county team next year. Especially loved it being screened.
Many thanks for Saturday. We very much appreciate all the time and hard work you and your colleagues put in to its staging, especially with all the extra work needed because of the late alterations.
A lot of our parents and runners have commented very positively.
We will return next year.
Zoe came 30th and took 25 secs off her PB. … It’s the first time she has competed in a competition of this size so I think she has a lot to be proud.
Thank you for your help. You could probably do with a good rest now.
Looking forward to next year.
I just wanted to thank you for giving our junior athletes the opportunity to take part yesterday. Tracey one of our coaching assistants was there and said how lovely and welcoming you were. I’ve seen the programme – thanks so much for that too. If we get the chance we’d love to do it next year and bring a bigger team. Thanks for all your hard work.
I just wanted to congratulate you and your team on a fantastic event today especially with the last minute changes forced upon you. Our four runners all had a great time and the standard of the running was very high. They really appreciated the opportunity to race against boys they normally would never encounter.
I was speaking to the East Wales Endurance Team manager yesterday about the event and will follow up with him about what a great race this is and whether a more organised response could come out of Wales, rather than our late decision of fielding a fifth of a XC squad from one small prep school which sits right on the border.
Please pass on our appreciation and thanks to all those involved.
I hope you get a chance to recover once everything has been packed away.
I would just like to say a massive thank you from myself and our Heanor juniors who competed on Saturday. I thought the day was really well organised and the standard of racing was excellent.
All the athletes parents have asked me to forward our appreciation.
Thank you for all your hard work and support for the event on Saturday. Evelia entered the Year 5 girls race and had a great time getting her personal best for that distance. It was a great atmosphere, really well organised and a delight to attend. If it happens again next year, we will try to encourage her athletics club or school to get a team together as I’m sure they would all enjoy it.
We just wanted to say a huge thank you for today’s event – it was absolutely brilliant and we really appreciate all the hard work that goes into the event.
Also a big well done too for the amount of progress made by the Leicestershire runners; they were a credit to you and the efforts put in with the training camps.
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