Athletes: Charlotte bows out as champ; School Sport.Byline: Tim Johnson
CHARLOTTE O'CONNELL stormed to victory in the un-der-18 Merseyside School Cross Country League in her last season by winning all three fixtures and the prestigious championship race finale For the music notation program, see .
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The 18-year-old Meols runner also picked up the Dennis Fulton Memorial Shield for her performances - and the remarkable achievement of having participated in every race from Year 8-13.
"When I started in Year 81 wasn't winning," the Upton School sixth former said.
"I just enjoyed running and I knew I could do well. I won my first race when I was 16 and have consistently done well since then.
"My advice to any young runner is aim high and train hard. Anything is possible."
The Wirral AC athlete appears to be following her own advice in pursuit of new athletic goals. "I am studying A levels in biology, chemistry and maths, and hope to go to Birmingham University Birmingham University, at Birmingham, England; founded 1900. It has faculties of arts, science, engineering, medicine and dentistry, commerce and social science, law, and education and continuing studies. to do dentistry," the Wirral AC champion stated. "I want to eventually take part in the London and New York New York, state, United States
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"I train seven times a week at BebingtonOval, sometimes twice a day, although I make sure I have one day off."
O'Connell's cross country achievements this season include selection for the North of England team for the international in Holland; fifth in the North of England under-20 championship; sixth in the English Schools; Merseyside Schools League under-19; second in the under-20 UK challenge.
ERIN STEWART finished runner in the un-der-11 Sale Young Athletes cross country race.
She led her Liverpool Harriers team of Laura McCourt and Hannah Burgon to team silver.
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Katie arrived in Charnham in October 2004, at her father Conrad's house insisting that he foot the bill for her for a good run in the un-der-9 race.
JUST CHAMPION: Charlotte O'Connell, aged 18, who has won every race this season in the Merseyside schools' cross country league-and has not missed a race from year 8 to 1b3 Code:jr130407 charlotte-1.jpg