cross country

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Noun1.Cross country - a long race run over open countrycross country - a long race run over open country  
race - a contest of speed; "the race is to the swift"
Iditarod, Iditarod Trail Dog Sled Race - an important dogsled race run annually on the Iditarod Trail
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Ngugi, 56, won five world cross country titles in 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1992.
Some big names missed out on the AK Series action including two-time world cross country champion Geoffrey Kamworor, who is eyeing a slot in the Kenyan team for the IAAF World Half Marathon come March.
The pictures include the Cleveland Schools Cross Country Team from that year, who were going to the National Championships, as well as school events held at Nunthorpe School and Stewart Park.
Volvo Car UK has announced pricing and specification levels of both the S60 Cross Country and the V60 Cross Country.
Volvo first used the Cross Country name in 1997 when it launched the V70 Cross Country - a couple of years before Audi copied the soft-road estate idea with its A6 Allroad.
The twelve member Namibian team was selected to represent Namibia at the CAA SR Cross Country Championships following their successful participation at the recently concluded Pupkewitz National Cross Country Championships held in February 20.
But Cross Country drivers won't cower m the face of Explorers and Suburbans.
The U13 girls set off in the NYSD League cross country meeting in January 2003
Mickelson became the first athlete in LMU history to qualify for the NCAA track and field championships last spring, while nobody from LMU has ever competed in the cross country championships.
Among those pictured are competitors in the Schools Cross Country Championships - including 2000 Redcar and Cleveland winners Laura Minter, and runners up Sarah Stroyd and Jessica Martin.