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We’ve got the power

Carry her home: the A-team carries Bulletproof back to the pits after the gruelling event. From left are, Ally Martin, Sam Hanrahan, Clay Alexander and Amy Robertson.

LEONGATHA Primary School battled hard last weekend in Maryborough, when they took up the RACV Energy Breakthrough Human Powered Vehicle Challenge.
Bulletproof, Coyote and Road Runner all did well. But the kids had a big support network too, with teachers and parents pitching in to make sure the LPS competitors were fed, massaged, stretched and focused.
The gruelling team event was a test of body and mind.
LPS principal Rob Higgins, a HPV veteran, said it was the best team he had ever taken away.
“You’ve ridden 300km in 14 hours. That’s like going from Leongatha to Melbourne and back again. Well done!” Mr Higgins told the students at the end of the event.
“This is the biggest group of parents I’ve ever had. It’s been fantastic for us.”

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