(7 photos) Receiving instruction
At the start
Movement begins. This is quite an incline.
Continuing up the hill
Where there is an incline there has to be a decline. Putting on the skids. Antimovement
Repeating the course. My team now way out in front.
Receiving the medal. What movement what an effort.
This week we have been asked to show movement and their was certainly movement at the billy cart Grand Prix held in Cooroy Queensland Australia. I suggested going as entertainment for my young nephews when they came to visit from Switzerland. The children’s races were held first and although there were opportunities for them to join a team they declined. When the call came for adults to create teams so that the one adult team who had travelled across the country to compete would have someone to compete against. Naturally my brother and his wife were not as reticent as the children and stuck their hands up.
They put K in the cart as she would be the lightest to push and readied. They travelled a route which was uphill for the first quarter across a straight then down a terrifying for K decline with quite a sharp corner onto the finishing straight. They did this route twice. The other pusher was also an older man and it was quite some feat that two men, at 60, could beat the youngsters they were up against apart from one who gained the gold medal.
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