Cranbourne West Wolves fly in recent Casey Fields Meet
The Cranbourne West Wolves had their first official Human Powered Vehicle meet for the RACV Energy Breakthrough at Casey Fields on October 15. After months of practice and hard work, the team had the chance to unveil their new human powered trike, coming in 14th out of 32 teams in the junior category.
On the day, it was great to see a real sense of community present, with parents, friends and of course teachers coming along to support their team.
Last year in their old trike, the team’s average lap time was 9 minutes 5 seconds, compared to this year’s drastic improvement of 5 minutes 8 seconds.
Congratulations Cranbourne West Wolves. This is an amazing achievement!
The Cranbourne West Wolves are now preparing for the final meet of year located in Maryborough, Vic from Nov 17 – 20.
To find out how you can support the Cranbourne West Wolves or to find out more about the RACV Energy Breakthrough, see here.
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