IEP's Got Runners for JS Cross-Country Run

This Friday morning, some IEP Junior students have eagerly participated the JS Cross-Country Run with great success and passion.

Doing stretches with A. Sam before the running in IEP

Barely did they have chances to be trained, yet all IEP runners have shown impressive performance and marvellous participation. The youngest winner for the G4 group was an IEP student from Japan, who was also a good baseball player as well. The rest of the boys and girls joined G4’s and G5’s running teams also ran remarkably with good efforts. Every IEP runner was very serious about their run and enjoyed the first wonderful sports event of Term 3.

Not an easy task for the first-time runners, but everyone has smiles on their faces when they passing by the cheering crowds. Time to shine in freestyles!

All other elder IEP students cheered for their younger classmates with good spirits, some ran side by side to cheer up their younger peers as well. It was a really nice scene of teamwork. Run like a wind, IEP!

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