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Merit Care Values 3

Run Bike Run

This Wednesday we had the Run Bike Run, which was a very fun and exciting event this year. Alongside some things I had to do for my role, I had a lot of fun. Most of the event we were just sitting down talking or playing the games ran by the House Captains, which was a game of French Cricket. But the special part was during the races, when you either ran, biked or both. My group was called "Run, Bike, Lose" and in it we had Emily doing the first run, Milan doing the biking and Me doing the last run which was considerably shorter than the first run. I think our team did great in trying our best as when Emily finished her run, she looked very puffed and when Milan finished biking, she too looked tired, and when I had to run, even though it was shorter, felt drained. Our efforts were not ignored though as we came second overall in the teams races for the year 7's and 8's. Beaten by Tr'e, Soulin and Brayden. I think the Care Value I showed at this even was Community, as I didn't leave any rubbish behind and it was all in my bag.


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