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Funny Quotes About Cross Country

Cross Country might as well be considered an extreme sport. I know that I could have never been able to do it, even when I was younger and "in shape." Honestly, you guys who do run it have to be insane. You just have to! No sane person would put their body through that much torture. Running might be fun, but not that far! What do you even think about for that long? Breathing?

Even though I think you guys are insane, I have tremendous respect for what you do. With that being said, here are some funny quotes about cross country running.

When you put yourself on the line in a race and expose yourself to the unknown, you learn things about yourself that are very exciting.
Doris Brown Heritage
Champions are made when no one is watching.
For me, running is a lifestyle and an art. I'm far more interested in the magic of it than the mechanics.
Lorraine Moller
While running, it is rude to count the people you pass out loud.
Anyone can run 100 meters.... It's the next 2900, 3900 or 4900 that count!
The long run puts the tiger in the cat.
Bill Squires
I love running cross country....On a track, I feel like a hamster.
Robin Williams
You know you are a cross country runner when your shoes have more mileage than your car.
Wilbert Gilbry
Cross Country runners have balls, all other sports play with them!
Who runs in circles never gets far.
Thornton W. Burgess, Bowser the Hound
I prefer running without shoes. My toes didn't get cold. Besides, if I'm in front from the start, no one can step on them.
Michelle Dekkers
Cross Country is like poker. You have to be holding five good cards all the time.
Rollie Geiger
The footing was really atrocious. I loved it. I really like Cross Country; you're one with the mud.
Lynn Jennings
School cross country runs started because the rugby pitches were flooded. There was an alternative: extra studying. This meant there were plenty of runners on sports afternoons.
Gordon Pirie
Cross country is a mental sport and we're all insane.
Anonymous cross country athlete
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