GALLERY | Port Douglas students hit the beach for cross country


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Students from Port Douglas State School hit the Beach for the 2021 cross country. Image: Adrian Soffe.
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Students from Port Douglas State School hit Four Mile Beach last week for the school’s annual cross-country event.

Across a variety of distances from 500 metres to three kilometres, students aged between five and 12-years-old battled it out across sand and grass with the Kirrbaji team coming in first.

Student placings

Prep (500 metres):
Lukah F, Emma H, Annika, Imogen
Bay, JJ, Luca M, Luka C

Six years (1 km):
Ava, Ebony, Pearl, Mila
Adam, Marcus, Daniel, Kooper

Seven years (1 km):
Ruby H, Peggy, Quynh Chi, Emma B
Koby, Ohad, Maika, Dempsey

Eight years (1 km):
Coco, Sophia, Georgia S, Zoe P
Jack B, Jett P, Tyson, Carter

Nine years (2 km):
Alana, Sascha, Zali
Josh, Talon, Blake Sahib

10 years (2 km):
Kea, Sharayah, Hannah, Layla, Luana, Skye
Zac, Keiran, Jed, Aden

11 years (3 km):
Summer B, Chelsea, Ema, Maddison
Harry, Chase, Quade, Lennox

12 years (3 km):
Abigail, Amelia, Millie, Indriel
Dante, Anton, Joey, Diesel

GALLERY | Check out all the racing action below: All images: Adrian Soffe. 

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