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Histon and Impington

Park Primary School

Year 5 Cross Country Success

Miss Moule and I were enough to accompany our Year 5 children to their first ever County Cross Country relay competition yesterday. Schools from all over the County participated with fifty teams comprising of 2 girls and 2 boys taking place in the Year 5 race and a similar number in the Year 6 race (which we will be able to enter next year!).  Each child ran approximately 1200m handing over a baton to their teammate at the end of each leg.

Harry led the team off and after a very fast start from all the children running the first leg settled down in the leading group. Two thirds of the way round he took the lead which he never relinquished bringing us home 30 metres clear of his nearest rival. Imelda and Zoey then both showed amazing determination to run fantastic legs to leave Felix in 5th place when he took over for the last leg. With three hundred metres to go he was still in 5th but he showed amazing resilience and a ‘Usain Bolt like finish’ to overtake two children in the home straight as well as just managing to hold off the fast finishing team from the Brook School. A fantastic effort from all four of the children to finish a brilliant third. They received their bronze medals from none other than British gymnastic legend, world champion and Olympic bronze medallist Beth Tweddle. Both Miss Moule and I were so proud of their efforts. A huge thank you to those parents who came along and supported the team. We then cheered on our friends from HIBPS in their Year 6 race.