XCountry Meets 2021

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    Logan had a total of three meets in this season. The kids were placed in Group A (the fastest), Group B (for 6th and 7th graders only) and the Open Race.  Placements were determined based on the time trials during the second week and continued to be adjusted based on the time from each meet.  Logan did well this year and were placed in Group A for all three meets.  So I had to pick him up earlier from school and go to the Montgomery Hills as Group A boys were the first to run.  Logan was worried to come last among the group, but he had done well all three times, coming in in the midst of the Group A.  The day for the 2nd meet was super hot, 95 degrees, thus the meet was cancelled.  Fortunately our coach along with a few other school’s’ coaches found another location to run the next day when the weather cooled down.  This location was a place where we go hiking on our own sometimes, thus Logan is familiar with it, but it said the meet was much harder as he almost ran the entire 2 miles without really warming up,  Thus he felt winded the rest of the night.  For the third meet, they were back to the usual spot and the weather was finally cooler.  Logan tried to warm up and cool down better for this last meet, but he still felt a bit queasy afterward.  I did learn that Logan always tried his best to put up a good face for his classmates and me to take a few pictures; he did not complain too much until we left the meets.  We definitely are very proud of Logan running these 2-mile of hills each time with determination and rarely any complaints, and he did well too.  The short season then ended.  We shall see if Logan would continue to run in the future.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vp3_m8bw-Vc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEDO00FdnIY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13Dm8CJsa6I

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One Response to “XCountry Meets 2021”

  1. Granma Brown Says:

    Well done Logan!xxx

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