Highfields Cross Country

Students Hannah and Paige Campion have been working hard this term to raise the profile of Cross Country at Highfields and increase participation in the sport. The sisters both represented Staffordshire in the Inter-Counties Cross Country Championship held at Cofton Park, Birmingham on Saturday 8th March.

Hannah, a Year 12 student, has also played a major role in leading and coaching students every Monday after school in preparation for the Wolverhampton City Cross Country Championship at Aldersley Leisure Village on Tuesday 25th March. 

A tremendous team effort achieved two individual gold medals for Adam Saul-Braddock, Year 7 Boys, and Hannah Campion Senior Girls. 

Adam Saul-Braddock with his Gold Medal

Adam Saul-Braddock with his Gold Medal

Hannah Campion with her Gold Medal

Hannah Campion with her Gold Medal

The Cross Counties Team Hannah Campion, Emily Kilmister, Hannah Griffiths, Kacie-Leigh Evans, Shannon Ratcliffe, Emily Walker, Harpal Khela, TJ Mullings, Destiny Williams, Ameika Smith, Eloise Jones, Luke Payton, Georgie Harris, Karisma Bhattia and Adam Saul-Braddock.

The Cross Counties Team

Hannah Campion, Emily Kilmister, Hannah Griffiths, Kacie-Leigh Evans, Shannon Ratcliffe, Emily Walker, Harpal Khela, TJ Mullings, Destiny Williams, Ameika Smith, Eloise Jones, Luke Payton, Georgie Harris, Karisma Bhattia and Adam Saul-Braddock.

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You can find out more about Hannah and Paige's success in Cross Country and why they have been so successful by reading their profiles on PE’s 'Pursuit of Excellence' display wall.

Posted on April 23, 2014 and filed under Sport.