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Beginning my first cross-country season last fall, as a junior in high school, was intimidating. The girls on my team had more experience, they were in better shape, and they knew the training routines inside and out.

I thought my sudden switch from 12 years of soccer to cross-country had come just through logical reasoning, but it turned out that a chance for spiritual growth had been pulling me in that direction as well. Though I'd played many sports in the past, I soon learned that cross-country required a different type of endurance. And, to me, the mental aspect of soccer is much more subtle than in cross-country.

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