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    big race. It was cold, wet, and gloomy outside and sleeting out really hard. Getting closer to the race, I decided that it was time for me to begin warming up. I began to take my sweats off , and realized how cold it really was. I started running while doing my exercises and they blew the whistle that signalized it was time to start the race. I set up in my position and waited for instructions. The official told us that when he sho...

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    getting a bit better everyday. I tried to run more faster while keeping the same distance and felt like it was a lot more difficult. I became much more competitive and was always trying to beat my running rival, Chris. Chris and I ran together a lot and we both were always talking about how hard running was but we always tried our best. My new conflict was keeping up with my teammates like Chris but try to come closer towards the best of our team. I tried much more during practice and thought a little

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    Cross Country Running

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    Cross country running can both be a competitive sport and a great leisure-time activity. Running long-distance is an aerobic exercise, a great heart and all-body workout, and it is convenient to do. However, there are some barriers and risks of running that should be noted before running too intensely. Here is a simple guide for new runners on the history, benefits, and risks of long-distance cross-country running. Cross country running largely originated from a sport called “paper-chasing” in England

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    Five Miles

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    paper ... ... condenses on the lawns and there is a new grass smell in the air, or those winter afternoons when it just finishes snowing and the ground is unmarked. I wait for those days to put on my no longer shiny, squeaky, new running shoes, put on a pair of running shorts and take off down the street with no direction in mind to wherever my legs take me. And now, I slow down from time to time just to see how the sun reflects off the bay, or the distant biker that is just coming around the bend

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    Many people argue that cross country is one of the hardest, most physically challenging sports there is out there. A lot of people shudder at the idea of running two or more miles on hilly, steep, muddy and rocky trails. The funny thing about that is that is not even the worst part. In order to run two to four miles in races, one must prepare. “How do you prepare your body to run this long?” one might ask. That is where my argument comes in. Being a cross country runner of four years, I have seen

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    major similarities that make them a sport. If we were to make a list of qualities that describe the most common things that both swimming and cross country have then it would have to begin with the team work and faith. Many people think that both running and swimming is an individual sport, but in fact that is not true. The hard work and the time that we are willing to put into the sport is an individual work, but when it is time to race the team will come together and come up with a winning plan

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    the official season. Eventually this lack of constant training took a toll on my conditioning and with the cold weather rolling in, I finally stopped running altogether. As a result, my health worsened; my cholesterol level rose and I suddenly found myself struggling to maintain control of my ADHD again. The spring came, and I found myself running again, hoping to finally make varsity in the fall. I tried to train as hard as I could, but I simply couldn’t make any progress in that short amount of

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    Walking races (also called racewalking) are an athletic competition similar to running races but not completely the same. In walking races, individuals walk at fast speeds, follow specific rules, and travel long distances. A popular Olympic sport, walking races are challenging because they require the participant to keep one foot on the ground at all times and the athletes back toe can't be lifted until the front heel hits the ground. Participants are also required to keep their back leg straight

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    Raah Rah Rah Race

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    I planned to run a marathon through the forest and end at the nearest smoothie shop on elm street.I had been training all day and it was getting closer and closer to the race day.I had then stopped at the smoothie shop then headed back home after running some errands.Later That day I had came onto otter grove,because my normal way home was blocked by a tree falling over that afternoon.That evening I saw a pair of glowing red eyes staring

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    A Running Experience It was another long day of track practice with even more pain in my right leg. I was not your typical fourteen year old girl this past spring. I have a passion for running and I would do anything to make myself a better runner. That includes running or working through pain when everyone told me to stop. I went to track practice with the high school team before middle school practice had even started. I ran everyday trying to get my body in shape for a great season. As I was

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