Cross Country

  • (noun): A long race run over open country.

Some articles on cross country, cross:

Lineth Chepkurui - Achievements
... Year Competition Venue Position Notes 2008 World Cross Country Championships Edinburgh, Scotland 12th Long race 2009 World Cross Country Championships Amman, Jordan 4th Long race 1st Team 2010 World Cross Country ...
Sikeston High School - Athletics - Cross Country
... were inducted into the Sikeston R-6 Hall of Fame for their cross country achievements ... become all-state, was a two-time all-state athlete in cross-country he ran the 1600 meters in 435 in the 9th grade ... Bannister, a 1987 graduate, was an all-state cross country and track athlete he ran the 1600 meters in 427 and the 3200 meters in 931 in the 11th grade ...
Sebeka High School - Extracurricular Activities - Sports
... offers eleven sports, seven for boys (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, track and field, and wrestling) and seven for girls (basket ... In many of these sports (cross country, football, wrestling, track and field, golf, and cheerleading), Sebeka is in a cooperative with Menahga High School known as United North Central (UNC) ...
St Edmunds College, Ipswich - Co-Curriculum - Sport - AIC Sports
... March Swimming, Cricket, Volleyball Season 2 April - June Cross Country, Rugby Union, Soccer Season 3 July - October Cross Country, Track and Field, Basketball, Tennis AIC Sports Australian Rules ...
Liberty Flames - Cross Country
... McDougal is a 12-time cross country and track All-American and in November 2007 outkicked Oregon's Galen Rupp to win the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championship ... He has also helped lead the Flames' cross country and track teams to numerous Big South Championships ...

Famous quotes containing the words country and/or cross:

    The world, as a rule, does not live on beaches and in country clubs.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    Never expect any recognition here—the system prohibits it. The cross is not affixed to the genius, no, the genius is affixed to the cross.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)