Cross Country

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Cross Country is a sport that involves multiple participants in a long-distance race.

The distance, depending on the circumstances-- middle school, high school, college, or professional race-- is anywhere between 3 kilometers and 12 kilometers. The courses may consist of varying terrain, from flat and on pavement and grass, to extremely hilly and on trails.


Famous Cross Country Runners

Steve Prefontaine

Alberto Salazaar

Galen Rupp

Dathen Ritzenhein

Ryan Hall

Alan Webb

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