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Another FANTASTIC run from Fuse Academy TC as we are in part 2 of our cross country meet. This time we look more like a team with our new uniforms.
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This weather today shy away other runners from competing. We were FUSED UP! :-). And came out and did our best.

Here we have Christopher and Xavier at the start getting ready to start there 2k race.

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Christopher finishing up strong.  His hard work rewarded him a medal. Way to go CHRISTOPHER!!!

 

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Emmanuel’s turn to show what he’s made of. Looking focus…perhaps he’s trying to stay warm. LOL. Though, he did not medal he gave it his best!

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Another day for Bryana, who literally is wondering when Cross Country is going to be over. That’s the sprinter talking. Nevertheless, great job from her as well as a strong finish.

 

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Here are the great results:

  • Christopher Marshall, 8 and under BOYS, 14th –– 9:41.6 2k
  • Xavier Weir (ONLY 4years old),  8 and under BOYS, 34th –– 14:03.4 2k
  • Jucenia Lewis,  9-10 GIRLS,  45th –– 17:43.8 3k
  • Emmanuel Marshall, 9-10 BOYS, 21th –– 15:10.3 3k
  • Bryana Marshall, 13-14 GIRLS, 11th –– 19:22.5 3k
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