Friday, 26 August 2016

Cross Country

On Friday after lunch We had Cross Country.We walked to the courts and sat down. We had to wait  until it was our turn.The year 8 had to go all the way to the beach and came back to school but the year 4 had to go halfway of the beach.It was on the feld and there was some people and they told us to go auround a cone.

For Cross Country I was in red I did not give up when  I was tired.I ran really fast for my mum and dad and my little brother I wanted to make them proud.I felt like a champion when I was running I was also really puffed out when I was running.I paced myself I went slow first and then fast and I kept doing that the whole race.

In the middle of the photo it has a tiny photo of me.On the sides are about the Cross Country.There is the sausage sizzle stand Mr Burt talking the house flags and some kids sitting in a line.

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Derek Redmond

Derek Redmond is a fast runner for Olympics 1992.He is from Britain he felt worried because  he thought that he would not win.When he started the race he was sweady.

Derek Redmond ran half way and then suddenly he hurt his hamstring.It was very very saw so then he stopped.He was  upset but he did not give up so he kept running………….

Then Derek dad came and help his son.People came and dad softly push them and said go away go away.They walked all the way to the finish line.This story teached me to never ever give up and if someone is hurt help them.

Thursday, 11 August 2016

Katinka Husszu is a Champion

My name is Katinka Hosszu and I am from Hungary.I beat the world record for the fastest female swimmer.I am tan and I were togs,goggles and a cap for swimming.

Before the race I felt nervous because I thought all my hard work did not paid off.
During the race I was proud of myself and my couch because he helped me swim fast and then when I looked back I saw that I was in the lead.

I felt like a champion winning the women’s 400 metre individual medley.My country felt impressed of me.My world record time was 4.26.