• Kenmore East Cross Country
     
     
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    Cross Country Schedule for the week of 9/9:
     
    Monday 9/916: 3:30-5:30pm @ KE
    Tuesday 9/17: NFL Scrimmage @ Beaver Island, bus leaves at 3:45pm
    Wednesday 9/18: 3:30-5:30pm @ KE
    Thursday 9/19: 3:30-5:30 @ KE
    Friday 9/20: 3:30-5:00pm @ KE
    Saturday 9/21: Practice @ Chestnut Ridge, bus leaves at 9:00am 
            
     
    Cross Country FAQ:
     
    Q - Who can run cross country?
    A - Anyone! There are no try-outs, no cuts, no roster limits. Some examples of cross country runners include:
    --Experienced runners and people who have never played a sport before
    --Athletes who want to get into better shape for winter / spring sports. Especially recommended for athletes in other endurance or running-related sports (swimming, wrestling, track & field), but improving your fitness level will benefit any athlete in any sport. You can't ever be too fit...
    --Anyone who enjoys the outdoors. Our practice field is the entire world. Parks, trails, woods - you name it, if it's outside, we run in it.
     
    Q - I'm a sprinter, won't cross country hurt my sprinting speed? Also, since I get tired at the end of a 400m, I don't think I would be able to race 3 miles.
    A1 - Lots of elite sprinters run cross country. We don't just go out and run high mileage every day - we train upper body, lower body, core strength, flexibility, and speed work. Think of cross country as an off-season training program.
    A2 - If you try to race a 5k (3.1 mile) the same way you race a 400m, you're gonna have a bad time. You can't sprint a 5k. But if you run with some patience, you may find that it's not as hard as you think.
     
     
    Q - I've never played a sport before, so I don't think I'd be any good.
    A - Remember these three words: Everybody starts somewhere. Every single athlete, in every sport, had a 'first day' - the first time they threw a football, kicked a soccer ball, etc. Odds are, they weren't very good at it - yet. We don't expect anyone to show up for their first practice and immediately be a star - that's not how it works. It's a process. Improvement happens one day at a time. You will surprise yourself!
     
    Q - How do I sign up?
    A - Just contact Coach Metivier or come to one of our practices. We'd love to have you on the team!
        
    Head Coach: Tim Metivier                           Assistant Coach: Erica Marconi
    tmetivier@ktufsd.org