Students take it to the limit
17:30 10 July 2014
Sidmouth college sports day. Photo by Terry Ife. Ref shs 2011-27-14TI To order your copy of this photograph go to www.sidmouthherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24
Sporty students at Sidmouth College pushed their muscles to the limit as they ran, jumped and threw their way through another summer sports day.
The year eight and nine youngsters took to the fields first, getting off to a flying start, before the year 10 racers had their contest this week.
Events on the cards included the long jump, discus and hurdles.
In year eight, 8JW came out on top, with 8JF in second, 8CXH third and 8AJT very close behind in fourth.
Tutor group 9JY took first place in year nine, followed by 9AB second, with 9RJ close behind in third, 9LXM in fourth and 9MW finishing fifth.
In Year 10, 10MNS were the overall winners, then CAS followed, KH took third, CL fourth and RAC fifth.
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