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SA Mountain Bike Championships

The Adelaide Hills served as the backdrop for an exhilarating and fiercely competitive event as St. Michael’s College took part in the highly anticipated SA Mountain Bike Championships. Held on May 12, the championships brought together seven teams from across the region, all vying for glory on the challenging mountain bike trails.

The race format involved a grueling two-hour endurance challenge, where each team aimed to complete as many laps as possible within the time frame. From the start, it was evident that St. Michael’s had come well-prepared, with their athletes showcasing impressive technique and unwavering determination. The St. Michael’s teams pushed themselves to the limits, navigating treacherous terrain, overcoming steep inclines, and maneuvering through winding trails with skill and precision.

Tyson Muttin, Ben Xenikoudis, Blake Taylor, and Sam Fusco demonstrated their skill, determination, and passion for mountain biking during the fiercely competitive event.

Despite the intense competition, all seven St. Michael’s teams crossed the finish line, proudly completing the demanding event. It was a remarkable achievement for the college, highlighting the hard work and dedication of the riders and their unwavering commitment to representing their school.

Throughout the day, the St. Michael’s teams displayed excellent sportsmanship and camaraderie, supporting and encouraging each other every step of the way. The event not only showcased their physical prowess but also demonstrated the strong bond and sense of community within the St. Michael’s cycling program.

The SA Mountain Bike Championships proved to be a memorable and successful day for St. Michael’s College. The dedication and perseverance of the riders paid off, resulting in a commendable representation of their school. The event was a testament to the commitment of both the riders and the school, instilling values of teamwork, resilience, and a passion for cycling.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the St. Michael’s riders who participated in the SA Mountain Bike Championships. Your outstanding performance, unwavering spirit, and representation of our college make us incredibly proud. We commend your dedication, sportsmanship, and commitment to excellence. Well done, St. Michael’s!

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Mr Greg Cloy