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         Cross Country Running:     more books (100)
  1. Cross-Country Running & Racing by Jeff Galloway, 2010-10-01
  2. Distance and cross country running by George [from old catalog] Orton, 2010-06-24
  3. Handbook for coaching cross-country and running events by George R Colfer, 1977
  4. Cross Country Running by Marc Bloom, 1978-03
  5. Better Cross-Country Running for Boys and Girls by George Sullivan, 1983-08
  6. Marathon, Cross Country and Road Running by Cliff Temple, 1990-10-01
  7. MUD, SWEAT & GEARS.(Outdoors)(Sport of cyclocross combines bicycling with elements of cross-country running): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) by Gale Reference Team, 2007-11-06
  8. Cross-country running by Don CANHAM, 1954
  9. Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference: College Athletic Conference, South Dakota, North Dakota, Cross Country Running, Bemidji State University
  10. Running and cross-country running by Alfred A Shrubb, 1908-01-01
  11. Cross Country Running: Modern Pentathlon, English Cross Country Association, Cambridge University Hare and Hounds
  12. Providence Friars: Providence College, Hockey East, Big East Conference, Dominican Order, Track and Field, Cross Country Running
  13. Cross Country Running in the United States: Ncaa Men's Cross Country Championship, Ncaa Women's Cross Country Championship
  14. Wodajo Bulti: Ethiopia, 5000 Metres, 10000 Metres, Cross-Country Running, Athletics (Track and Field)

1. The Official Site Of Coon Rapids Cross Country Running
Information on runners, race results, pictures, running links.Category Sports Running Cross Country Youth and High School......

2. Lyke Wake Race. Fell Running. Cross Country Running. North Yorkshire Moors. Osmo
The Lyke Wake Race. Saturday 9th July 2003. **APPLICATION FORMS AVAILABLE1st January 2003**. Although the Lyke Wake Club is opposed
The Lyke Wake Race
Saturday 9th July 2003
Although the Lyke Wake Club is opposed to making the Lyke Wake Walk into a race in general, they have for the past 36 years held an annual race over the route; this is the only day of the year when the club is willing to accept record breaking attempts. The annual Lyke Wake Race, open to runners and walkers alike, is run on a handicap basis and starts from the Sheepwash car park (just north of the village of Osmotherley) from about 0330hrs until about 1030hrs. The presentation of the trophies taking place at the Raven Hall Hotel, Ravenscar at about 1700hrs. Although the normal Lyke Wake Walk rule applies regarding the maximum the maximum of twenty-four hours for the 42 mile crossing it is assumed that no racers will take over twelve hours and as such the handicap marshall can only allow a maximum of twelve hours. Apart from the start and finish there are a further seven checkpoints along the route. All these except the start supply drinks to competitors, and one checkpoint at approximately half way also supplies food. Transport is available to take competitors bags, clothes etc. from the start to the finish and also to transport any retired competitors to the finish.

3. North Pole High School Cross Country
This is the homepage for north pole high school cross country Welcome to North Pole High School cross country running Home of the Running Patriots!!
North Pole High School Cross Country
North Pole High School 601 North Pole Blvd North Pole, Alaska 99705 907-488-3761 ext. 116 Coaches: Mr. Jeff Hebard -email : Mrs. Candy Bartos-email:
Welcome to North Pole High School Cross Country Running: Home of the Running Patriots!!
    The North Pole High School Cross Country Team goals for each runner are:
    • to recognize individual strengths and weaknesses of each runner work with each individual at their level of running have each runner set individual goals and team goals each runner should recognize strengths and weaknesses of other teammates and offer encouragement during team activities to build team unity and cohesiveness
1997 North Pole Cross Country Roster
  • Victor Barranco Todd Krieg Butch LeFever Heidi Scharfenberg Sarah Steinnard
  • Sophomore:
  • Kirk Sandra Bumo Reginia Cambilargiu Tyler Heather Walsh
  • Junior:
  • Tim Dolan Jeb Scolman
  • Senior:
  • Kellie Baker Michael Jordan Kristen Morris Alex Olesen Billy Ryan Andrea Angie Weber
    1997 Cross Country Running Schedule Date Time Event Location Aug 4 Mon Practice Begins NPHS Agu 15 Fri 1PM West Valley Relays West Ridge Aug 22 Fri 1PM Delta/west Valley/Eielson Salcha Aug 23 Sat noon North Pole/Monroe/Lathrop Two Rivers Aug 28 Thur 4PM All Schools Meet Birch Sept 5 Fri 4PM Delta/WV/Monroe Eielson/Lathrop/NPHS West Ridge Salcha Sept 13 Sat Palmer Invitational Palmer Sept 19 Fri 4PM MAC Championships Birch Hill Sept 27 Sat 2PM 4A Championships Birch Hill Oct 4 Sat State Championships

4. - Bookstore - Cross Country Running
This document lists books on cross country running that are available in theBookstore section of, the largest collection of sports

5. ZINGTECH - Cross Country Running Game
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It's time to run a cross-country meet! However, you haven't eaten breakfast, so you are extremely tired and queasy. You are having problems walking, let along running (5000 meters). You devise an ingenious plan to "quench your thirst" for energy. You and your teammates strategically place one-hundred-forty-four 12oz cans of soda along the course. Your plan is to drink as much soda as possible while running to power you, while avoiding Mr. S. and Mr. T who are in the bushes, yelling at you to "go faster" and "pity da foo." If you are seen drinking soda, you must remember to "pour on the coal" and finish the race as soon as possible-late entries in the race want to "beat" you, costing you ego and score. In addition to soda, other items may help you along the course. Souvenir flags used to "remember the meet" will add to your ego, if you don't get caught. Go around the course and gather as many flags as possible, without letting Mrs. S. see you. According to legend, it's "just not right" to "borrow souvenirs" from a cross-country meet. Some people get "nee-nee-nee" over such things-go figure. None the less, flags are worth 40 points. Your only other strategies for winning are "strategically aimed spitting," the unintentional "elbow-jab-in-da-stomach" trick, and the favorite "plastic-pole-in-da-face" method. Guest appearances by Gary Denor and others!

One stop resource for all the information on cross country running, with linksto clubs, teams, training, women, universities, colleges and more.
Cross Country Running Clubs and Teams Directory Magazines and E-Zines Statistics - Results ... Youth
116 Albert Street, Suite 400
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5G3
Tel: 613-231-SIRC Fax: 613-231-3739

7. Collingwood Collegiate Institute
Jr. Girls Basketball. cross country running. Sr. Football. Jr. cross country running.Coaches Mr. Coukell, Mr. Hammond, Mr. Shepherd. Location of Meet. Date.
Spring Sports Badminton Jr. Boys Rugby Sr. Boys Rugby Jr. Girls Soccer ... Jr. Girls Tennis Winter Sports Sr. Boys Basketball Jr. Boys Basketball Curling Sr. Girls Volleyball ... Swimming Fall Sports Sr. Girls Basketball Jr. Girls Basketball Cross Country Running Sr. Football ... Home Collingwood Collegiate Institute
6 Cameron Street, Collingwood, Ontario CANADA - (705) 445-3161 Cross Country Running Coaches: Mr. Coukell, Mr. Hammond, Mr. Shepherd Location of Meet Date Sunnidale Park Sept. 20 Horseshoe Valley/Copeland Forest Sept. 27 Awenda Prov. Park/Maple Valley Oct. 11 Blueberry Plains Oct. 18 GBSSA-Hardwood Hills Oct. 24 OFSSA-Ottawa/Gloucester Nov 3

8. Welcome To Wingfoot Cross Country Running Camp - Home Page
Enjoy running in a beautiful setting, with outstanding camp facilities In addiitionto our outstanding cross country camp, we also offer a unique program for
Join us for our 12th season at Camp Pontiac in Copake, New York about 100 miles north of NYC. Enjoy running in a beautiful setting, with outstanding camp facilities I n addiition to our outstanding cross country camp, we also offer a unique program for all jumpers - high jump pole vault , long and triple jumps for boys and girls of all skill levels , with a renown staff of high profile coaches/teachers SUMMER 2003 August 16– August 22 Cross Country I High Jump HomePole Vaulting Contact Us Photo Gallery Registration Form  Lake or pool provide opportunities for recreation as well as aquatic work-outs. Cross Country I High Jump I Home   I  Pole Vaulting I Contact Us   I  Photo Gallery I Registration Form The starting line to a successful season

9. Winged Foot Cross Country Running Camp - Cross Country
Camp Director, Bill Wagner. Winged Foot Cross Country Camp provides the base uponwhich you can build a great season! August 16– August 22. Cross Country.
Outstanding facilities: Complete air-conditioned indoor gym Outdoor lighted basketball and tennis courts Beach volleyball (lighted for night use) 2 lighted, heated swimming pools Complete weight room/fitness center Roller rink Game room (free) Canteen with DJ and cable TV High and low ropes course Boating Camp Director, Bill Wagn er Winged Foot Cross Country Camp provides the base upon which you can build a great season! O ur uniquely individualized program assures the best possible preparation in a non-competitive, highly motivational atmosphere. In addition, there are many miles of unpaved roads and trails.   The success of past campers at Foot Locker, Millrose, and the 5th Avenue Mile speak for itself. SUMMER 2003 August 16– August 22 Cross Country    Cross Country I High Jump HomePole Vaulting Contact UsPhoto Gallery Registration Form Cross Country I High Jump I Home   I  Pole Vaulting I Contact Us   I  Photo Gallery I Registration Form

10. Vancouver Island Running Camp
cross country running camp for highschool students entering grades 9 through 12. Located at Camp Barnard, on beautiful Vancouver Island.

11. Community Connection: Sci / Tech Cross Country Running Team
Sci / Tech cross country running Team Spfld.Sci / Tech Springfield.Sci / Tech Run Wild The 1999 cross country season was the best
Sci / Tech Cross Country Running Team
Spfld.Sci / Tech
Sci / Tech Run Wild
The 1999 cross country season was the best in our three years of varsity participation.
Our men's team began to live up to our hopes and expectations, and went on to win seven meets this year. Sci / Tech men defeated; Agawam, Ludlow, Chicopee, Sabis, Central, Holyoke, and Commerce. We fell to Amherst, Northampton, East Longmeadow, Longmeadow, Cathedral, Westfield, West Springfield, Chicopee Comp, and Minnechaug.
Our women's team met with several problems, which diminished our numbers. Our women struggled honorably, but were unable to earn any victories.
One of the nice aspects of XC is that regardless of what is happening to the team, individuals can acheive personal success. All our runners saw progress through the course of the season, and set personal best records at our home course.
Robert Frazar
Sci / Tech 1250 State St.
Springfield, MA 01109 Phone: 750 2000 ext 5123

12. Vancouver Island Running Camp
cross country running camp for highschool students entering grades 9 through 12. Located at Camp Barnard, on Vancouver Island. Includes program, photos, and registration form.

13. Community Connection: Sci / Tech Cross Country Running Team
Sci / Tech cross country running Team Spfld.Sci / Tech Springfield. The Sci/ Techcross country running team welcomes Commerce High School to the league.

14. MRC - Cougar Athletics - Varsity Teams - Combined Team Cross Country Running
cross country running Team 20022003. Back 2000. Cougar Cross CountryRunning Team Review 2002-2003 Coach Arcton Lancaster (yr 2).
MRC Cougar Athletics Varsity Teams Combined Team Cross Country Running Search Contact About
Men's Teams




Women's Teams



Combined Teams Badminton Cross Country Running Golf Swimming
Cross Country Running Team 2002-2003
Back Row (L - R): Stewart Aune, Brian Scott, Arcton Lancaster(Coach), Sean Moran, John Cadman Front Row (L - R): Lyndsey Morice, Suzanne Burgman, Christine Taylor, Susie Lantz, Jana Saunderson Missing from photo: Chris Drozda(Assistant), Meghan Stewart, Colin Bell, Jonathan Van de Vliert, Claudio Perez(Therapist) Cougars Cross Country Running coach Arcton Lancaster was excited to build on last year’s success. The Cougars looked to last season’s talented rookie runners to lead the attack on an ACAC championship. For the first time, ACAC runners had the opportunity to compete in a CCAA Championship event in 2002. This season, Colin Bell and Stuart Aune (last year’s ACAC bronze medal winner) kept the competition on the run. Bell and Aune lead the way to a strong team performance. On the women’s side, the team expected big things from first year runner Megan Stewart. At this year’s ACAC championship races, the women Cougars finished with three top-fifteen runners. Meghan Stewart was the top finisher at sixth place. On the men’s side, Stewart Aune and rookie runner Sean Morin finished fifth and sixth. The men had four top-ten finishes. The Cougar men finished as ACAC team champions and the women took home silver.

15. Lotus Sports Club - Outrigger And Dragonboat Paddling
Paddling and fitness club located in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Includes information about club activities in outrigger, dragonboating, and cross country running and skiing.

16. MRC - Cougar Athletics - Varsity Teams - Cross Country Running Schedule
Mount Royal College Homepage MRC Cougar Athletics • Varsity Teams CrossCountry Running Schedule, cross country running Schedule. Exhibition Play.

17. 2002 GPRC Wolves Cross Country Running Series
2002 Wolves XC Series Information. The Wolves XCountry running seriesis a group of informal, low key cross-country running races.
2002 Wolves X-C Series
(last updated on October 20, 2002)
Sponsored by:
GPRC Wolves X-Country Team Wapiti Striders Running Club Wapiti Nordic Ski Club 2002 Overall Results
Saturday, September 7, 2002 Saturday, September 14, 2002 Saturday, September 21, 2002 Grimshaw Gallop Steve Burgess Memorial Grail Quest Queen Elizabeth Park Grimshaw AB Wapiti Nordic Ski Trails
Old Chalet Grande Prairie AB Northern Lights College
Ft. St. John BC 11 a.m.. 2 p.m. 10 a.m. Cal White (780) 332-1102 or
Gord Konowal (
Rick Scott
Grant Spelsberg

2002 Results
2000 Results

Saturday, September 28, 2002 Saturday, October 5, 2002 Saturday, October 19, 2002 Dawson Creek Sneak Tumber Ridge Ramble Wolves Series Final Central Middle School
Dawson Creek BC click here for detailed race information Tumbler Ridge Golf Course Tumbler Ridge BC Race Distances: 1.75 km - Elementary School 3.5 km - Junior High 5.6 km - High School, Open, Masters Wapiti Nordic Ski Trails Old Chalet Grande Prarie AB 11 a..m. 11 a.m.. 2 p.m. Gord Zubyck Dr. Charles Helm Bill Corcoran 2002 Results ... 2000 Overall Wolves Series Winners All Time Performance Lists for the Wapiti Nordic X-C Running Courses (last updated August 2001) All Time Performance List 7.5 km Course

18. Run Quick - Cross Country Running? Why Not!
cross country running? Why not! Do you want to escape the constant pavement of urbanrunning? If so, then cross country running might be the answer for you.
Training Programs and Online Coaching for the Recreationally Competitive Runner Cross Country Running? Why not! Are you looking for a little variety in your training or racing? Are you considering trying a trail run or mountain race? Do you want to escape the constant pavement of urban running? If so, then cross country running might be the answer for you. For those of you who are considering taking the plunge into this exciting sport, here is a 5 Ws (sorry no H) primer: What/Where – Cross country races are run over almost any non paved course. Cross country ski trails, urban parks, forests, and even golf courses are typical venues. Typical race distances range from 4 km to 12 km although children’s races can be as short a 1 km. Generally speaking, women and men run separate races and the women’s distances are shorter than the men’s. These differences, however, are changing, particularly at the master’s level where men and women both run 8 km at the Canadian National Championships. A good cross-country course will contain a variety of terrain. Typically, the course will contain 1/3 uphill running, 1/3 downhill running and 1/3 flat running. Rough ground, mud, and even creek crossings are often incorporated into courses. Because of the variation in terrain, comparing times between courses is irrelevant. A given runner’s time may vary 3 or more minutes between different 8 km cross country courses.

19. Laurentian Voyageurs - Women's Cross Country Running
Women’s cross country running. Women's cross country running beginstheir third year under the direction of head coach, Dick Moss
2002/2003 Season Outlook


Media Releases
XC Camp Photos
Coaching Staff
Dick Moss, Head Coach

Darren Jermyn, Assistant Coach

Lisa Ouellet, Assistant Coach

Rickey Goudreau, Massage Therapist
Women's cross country running begins their third year under the direction of head coach, Dick Moss and assistant, Darren Jermyn. Dick has a stellar record, having developed a number of OFSAA medalists, national finalists and international-level athletes over the past 20 years. Darren, an accomplished runner, physiotherapist and coach, assists the team on many fronts. Completing the staff is Lisa Labrecque (Ouellet), who will train with the team while acting as assistant coach. One of the top-ranked runners in Canada, Lisa returns to Sudbury after a tremendous All-American career at the University of Michigan. With outstanding coaching, miles of beautiful trails, exceptional medical support, and a fun, achievement-oriented atmosphere, Laurentian is a team on the move!

20. Laurentian Voyageurs - Women's Cross Country Running - Season Outlook
Women's cross country running 20022003. The Women's Cross-CountryRunning Team begins its season having lost four of last year's
Women's Cross Country Running 2002-2003 The Women's Cross-Country Running Team begins its season having lost four of last year's seven starters in Cristina Puscariu, Karen Trimble, Kerry Salmoni and Adrienne Chestnut.
However, a solid core of runners remain, led by team captain Natalie Lefort. She is joined by Kristie Bale, Laurentian's second finisher at last year's OUA's; and rapidly-improving veterans Melanie Muise, Stephanie Ratz, Karin Duval and Lisa Falvo.
An exciting addition to the team is rookie Alicia Kaye of Pickering. A member of the National Junior Triathlon team, Kaye was top-12 at last year's OFSAA XC Championships. She will compete with the team while preparing for the World Junior Triathlon Championships in November.

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