On Saturday 19 May Tenison Woods College will be the starting venue for the 82nd 100 Mile Classic, organised by the Mount Gambier Cycle club and supported by the Mount Gambier City Council.
Race groups of seniors, women and juniors will be leaving the school from the White Ave entrance from 10.00am Saturday morning.
Tenison Woods College will be represented by Amy Wight, Tess Wight and Prue Riddoch, all members of the High Performance Sports Program at the College. The race distance for the girls will be approximately 35km. Good luck to the girls in their races!
Pictured Above: Tenison Woods College riders all geared up for the ASW Lawyers Junior Handicapped Race with City of Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee, students Amy Wight, Prue Riddoch and Tess Wight, Tenison Woods College representative Michelle Coote, Mount Gambier Cycling Club President Dean Zeven and Mount Gambier Cycling Club Secretary Michelle Bennett.