Cross Country – is a fall sport in which teams of runners race on open-air courses over natural terrain. The course may include surfaces of grass, and earth; pass through woodlands and open country, and include hills and flat ground. It is both an individual and a team sport as runners are judged on an individual basis and a points scoring method for teams. At Westbrook, we have girls and boys compete at cross country meets (Harriers and C.A.H.P.E.R.).
Running Club – Running Club at Westbrook “runs” throughout the indoor season. During the colder winter months, students will train indoors at school and compete at the Butterdome located on the U of A campus and the Harrier races at the Kinsmen Centre. All levels of abilities are encouraged to join. Our goal is to help each runner achieve their personal best, developing their athletic abilities to realize their full potential. At the end of the year, we celebrate their commitment with our annual Westbrook Fun Run in the ravine!