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Physi-Kult wins city's first national cross-country title
Posted: December 2nd, 2013 @ 7:00pm
A 13th-place performance by Clara Langley led the Physi-Kult team of Kingston to the junior women's team title Saturday at the Canadian cross-country championships in Vancouver.
It is the first title won at a national cross-country meet by a team from Kingston.
Langley, 19, completed the five-kilometre Jericho Beach course in 18 minutes, 42.44 seconds. She was followed by the Top 20 performances of teammates Branna McDougall, 15, who was 16th (18:46.78), Heather Jaros, 16, who was 19th (18:55.05).
Brianna Bradley, 18, was Physi-Kult's other scoring runner, finishing 65th in 20:13.46. Nicole Armstrong, 17, also competed, placing 74th in the 117-woman field in 20:27.52.
Physi-Kult finished atop the team standings with 38 points, 21 better than runners-up Mac Track of Alberta.
Heather Petrick of Niagara Olympic won the race in 17 minutes 47.63 seconds, with a 15-second margin of victory over Jillian Forsey of Stephenville, NL.
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