The 51st National Inter-School Cross-Country Championships in pictures

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Picture Story by Tan Jon Han/Red Sports

Temasek Polytechnic, Wednesday, March 24, 2010 - The 51st National Inter-School Cross-Country Championship was held on a hot and sunny day filled with action, excitement, jubilation and disappointment. Here’s looking back to what you may have missed, away from the stands.

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What is a cross-country run without your water-filled potholes topped with lush greenery and nice scenery to distract you from the pain? (Photo 1 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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The run around Bedok Reservoir took place on a hot and sunny day. (Photo 2 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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Catholic High runners getting briefed by their teacher-in-charge before the race. (Photo 3 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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Runners from Canberra Secondary School stretching in each others’ company. (Photo 4 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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As the start of the races drew closer, runners made use of every space they could find to warm up. (Photo 5 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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“Better keep watch of the time,” B Division champion Zachary Devaraj checks his watch while warming up with his teammates. (Photo 6 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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Runners lining up at the start line before their race. (Photo 7 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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A supporter from St Nicholas Girls’ athletics team waving her flag proudly to show support for her teammates. (Photo 8 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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Who, what, where, when? Supporters from Victoria Junior College awaiting the start of the A Division Boys’ race. (Photo 9 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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And they’re off, sans those that lost their footing at the start from the excitement. (Photo 10 © Tan Jon Han/Red Sports)

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