• Cross Country - Coed

    2022 - 2023

    Situated in The Upper Valley, the Kimball Union cross country team has access to its own beautiful and extensive trail network as well as several beautiful trail systems in the surrounding area. The cross country team seeks to create a dynamic and inclusive team culture that promotes a love for running and competition. Coaches encourage student-athletes to develop and reflect on their goals while celebrating their progress throughout the season. 
    A typical training week for the cross country team involves trail runs, a few speed and strength-based running workouts, and two strength training circuits. A focus of the cross country team is to help our runners work on efficient and proper running form, so the team often begins practice with a series of dynamic stretches and running form drills. 
    The cross country team competes against other Lakes Region Schools, ending the regular season with the Lakes Region Championship early in November. Following the Lakes Region Championships, Kimball Union Academy competes in the NEPSTA Championships against a broader range of independent schools. 

    See the Course Map to see where we run.

Coaches

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Kimball Union Academy
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Lakes Region League
Location: Holderness School
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Kimball Union Academy
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Lakes Region League
Location: Proctor Academy
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Holderness School
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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NEE Invitational
Location: Proctor Academy
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Lakes Region League
Location: Vermont Academy
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Lakes Region League
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Lakes Region League Championship
Location: St. Paul's School
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NEPSTA Championships
Location: Canterbury School

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Team News

List of 5 news stories.

  • KUA Cross Country Competes at NEPSTA Championships

    The KUA Cross Country team traveled to New Milford, Connecticut, to compete in the Division III NEPSTA Championship. The Wildcats held their own in a highly competitive field, with over 300 runners attending this meet. 

    Eliza Connors led the way for the girls' team, placing 30th in a field of just under 150 runners. Eliza was 3rd for Lakes Region runners attending this meet. Not too far behind Eliza was Ella Cheong. Ella placed 67th in a highly competitive field. Sienna Belaire also had a solid race.

    Marek Girard led the way for the boys' team, placing in the top 100 in 76th place. Marek was 3rd for the Lakes Region Runners attending this meet. Not too far behind Marek was his teammate Spencer Hutchinson who finished his season strong with a season's best time in the 5k. 
     
  • KUA Competes at The Lakes Region Championship

    The Wildcats ran hard at the Lakes Region Championships this Wednesday. On the girls' side, Lizie led the way and placed 8th. Lizie's 8th place finish earned her All-Lakes Region Recognition. Ella Cheong was not too far behind Lizie and placed in the top 20. Ella was the 5th and 9th grader in the Lakes Region. Sienna Belaire was next to score for KUA. The girls went on to place 5th. On the Boys' side, 9th grader Marek Girard led the way placing in the top 25. Spencer Hutchinson and John Wallace were next to represent KUA.

    All KUA runners ran a personal best time at the Lakes Region championship. Most notable was Astrid Wei, who took almost 10 minutes off of her personal best time for the season. 

    The Wildcats will finish their season with the NEPSTA Championships on November 12th. KUA will travel to Canterbury School in Connecticut to compete against other similarly sized independent schools in New England. 
  • KUA Hosts Proctor Academy

    KUA hosted Proctor Academy on Wednesday, October 26th. After three days of steady rain, it was a muddy and slippery race, but both teams fought hard. KUA cross country celebrated their two seniors at this meet, Max Chisholm, a four-year senior, and Odin Lundstam. 

    Eliza Connors led the girls' team, placing 2nd, only seconds behind the top runner. Next to represent the KUA was 9th grader Ella Cheong in 4th place. Not too far behind Ella was Sienna Belaire in 6th place. 

    9th grader Marek Girard led the way for the boys' team, placing 6th. His teammates, John Wallace and Spencer Hutchinson were behind Marek in 7th and 8th place, respectively. 

    The Wildcats are looking forward to racing at the Lakes Region Championships at St. Pauls School next week. 
  • KUA Cross Country Competes at Proctor Academy

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  • Team Photo!

    KUA Cross Country Team Competes at Holderness School

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