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The clammy mist settles into the gray but brightening atmosphere filled with low and heavy breathing. Pounding feet trample the fresh, green grass as a stampede of runners mixed in with cheering parents, coaches and supporters sprint down the field. An intent observer here and there slips in a slimy, brown puddle of mud while struggling to take a...
"A champion is not made when he succeeds; a champion is made when you look back at the seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, and months he has spent preparing." Eliud Kipchoge is a Kenyan long-distance runner who won the 5000-meter final at the 2003 World Championships and also won the 2014 Chicago Marathon. He was the bronze medalist in the...
The conclusion of the meet meant yet another strong performance for the Jesuit Cross Country team. The team finished the season strong and performed well enough to compete in the District Championships. On October 8th, the Jesuit cross country team ran in the Birdville Flyin’ Hawk Invitational, and the team finished in second place in the UIL 9-6A District Championships...
It's an early start for the cross country team this morning as they head to their meet in McKinney, making their way to the bus at 6:15 am. The sun has not risen yet and it is still dark, most of the city asleep at such an early time on a Saturday morning. The team, still dazed and groggy,...
The lime green and black-striped shoe pounds against the earth, causing specs of dirt and bundles of grass to come flying up into the pale white face of the runner. Mud-brown locks of hair flow into the bright blue, wide-open eyes that are constantly focusing on a single uniform and then moving to the next one,...
A smear of brown mud slashes across red, puffy cheeks and pale, muscular legs as brightly-colored shoes splash directly into the shallow puddle of damp grass and dirt. The atmosphere reeks of stale rain and sweat for all of the wide-eyed faces of onlookers. The heavy panting coming from the runners sprinting past the crowd is drowned out by...
Several meters ahead of the nearest competitor, the student gives the rest of his team the strength to finish the relay ahead of Denton Guyer. As he approaches the finish line, he pushes himself one final stretch. His foursome finished the relay 30:50, a strong time for the first meet of the season. The Luke’s Locker Relays, which fell on Saturday, August 27, is an annual event...
The sound of a gun goes off as runners spring from their starting spots as they compete against one another. On March 18th, the Jesuit Dallas Track team had the pleasure of hosting schools from around the city in the Sheaner Relays. With home field advantage, the Rangers running squad felt confident going into this meet. Junior Lucas Kincade thought,...

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