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Level 2 Go Ride- 28th September 2016

On 28th September 2016 we held our Level 2 Go-Ride event at Hele’s School. There were 5 teams who entered this year to ride it out individually and in their seed category, competing for the Gold medal.

Each student raced individually, completing one lap of the track as fast as they could. Once all 8 cyclists had raced, their time was put into categories ready to race against the other students in their seed. The seed race commenced with all 5 cyclists from that category racing at the same time, however this time twice round the track. There was a massive amount of support from all spectators, cheering on the young athletes for those very close finishes.

At the end of each seed race, points were awarded based on their finishing positions.

1st position = 12 points, 2nd = 10 points, 3rd = 8 points, 4th = 6 points and 5th = 4 points.

There were 8 seed races overall with every cyclist working so hard to gain the all deciding points for their school.

The results were in…

1st Place- Compton C of E 86 points

2nd Place- Bickleigh Down 74 points

3rd Place- Wembury 60 points

4th Place- Montpelier 52 points

5th Place- Oreston 46 points

A huge thank you to the Hele’s sports leaders for timekeeping and supporting the students with their bikes, and also to all the members of staff who helped make the event run smoothly.

Finally a big well done to all cyclists who took part and congratulations to our medal winners!

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