Q&A with Team Michigan cross country runner

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Q&A with Team Michigan cross country runner

Reanna Raymond '17 (on far left) running for Team Michigan. Photo by JD Standish '18.

Reanna Raymond '17 (on far left) running for Team Michigan. Photo by JD Standish '18.

Reanna Raymond '17 (on far left) running for Team Michigan. Photo by JD Standish '18.

Reanna Raymond '17 (on far left) running for Team Michigan. Photo by JD Standish '18.

Donald McGlone '19, Staff writer

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Q: What does being on Team Michigan mean?

A: “Being on Team Michigan means you have to place in the top 12 of senior.”

 

Q: How do you establish the top 12?

A: “The best 50 seniors are invited to race, and you have to get top 12 once you race.”

 

Q: How does it feel to be a part of Team Michigan?

A: “Being part of Team Michigan is real exciting, I didn’t really think I had a chance, I didn’t think I was going to make it, but I was definitely going to try and make the attempt.”

 

Q: Where did you place?

A: “I got 11th.”

 

Q: Out of the 50, how many came to the race?

A: “I think 45 showed up.”

 

Q: “Did you know anyone else who won?”

A: “No, it was kind of different because normally you see the girls over and over.”

 

Q: How is cross country split across the state?

A: “It’s split into nine regions.”

 

Q: Who do you race now?

A: “We’re going to race in Ohio against the top 12 seniors from Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana.”

 

Q: A power Midwest battle would you say?

A: “Yeah, a Midwest battle.”

 

Q: Was it a good race?

A: “Yeah, it was fun.”