During the preseason of cross country and was able to reduce my old-time last year from 20:55 to 19:48 and was fortunate enough to be picked for cross country seasac as the reserved runner. I will keep on training with the selected few that got picked to fly to KL but will not go to KL my self unless someone injures themselves in this process. I will also need to start morning training on Saturday and also start working on my fitness to help improve my overall time. One of the challenges I was able to overcome was reducing my overall time, I found it extremely hard to do this, and keep my self motivated even though there were fasters runners than me. But in the end, it paid off, as I was able to reduce my time by almost a minute, and as writing this, I was further able to improve my time to 18:45, and I will aim for a seat in the top 5 of the SEASAC team.
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