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It's so pure. I'm sort of a nature geek. I embrace the weather changes. They are what makes me endure as an athlete. You lean into the wind; you get wet and dirty and cold, and experience the whole spectrum of sensations.-Lynn Jennings
The Internet’s Home for the History of Cross-Country Running.
Straight out of the 1950s, this “Run Cross-Country” retro art is ready in a variety of forms, from posters to wall clocks.
Paul Petch and the team at Good People Run have interviewed Andrew Boyd Hutchinson on his authorship of The Complete History of Cross-Country Running”.
For sale now, an extra-large reminder why cross-country is the greatest sport on the planet! Full color, 28″ x 40″ - perfect for your coaching office, dorm room, wall at home, or as a gift for that special someone.
Purchase yours here: https://society6.com/product/cross-country-running-101-poster_print#s6-7145729p4a1v3
Stay connected with The Real XC
This program of “The Real XC” is intent on reconnecting users with the history and achievement that cross-country running has brought to the athletics experience.
Our purpose: weave a smooth and seamless integration of the sport of cross-country running; from its earliest origins in England, to the widely popular and highly successful worldwide event that it is today.