Cranbourne West Wolves put in 100% at RACV Energy Breakthrough

After months of practice, the Cranbourne West Wolves flew to the finish line in this year's RACV Energy Breakthrough event, coming in 49th out of 92 teams from all over Victora. 

Throughout the three-day event, the Wolves' behaviour was exemplary and the effort they showed was nothing less than 100%. Teachers and parents alike joined the team up in Maryborough (central Victoria) to offer their support, creating a great sense of community spirit.

This was the first year that the Wolfdene Community were involved with Cranbourne West's Human Powered Vehicle Program and it is one that we are very proud to support. 

To find out more about Human Powered Vehicles of the RACV Energy Breakthrough please click here.



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