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School Sports Day. Did you relish it, or dread it? Were you always last to be picked, or first to the finish? In the run up to the Olympics, it seems there’s no place to hide… from sport, from sporty-types, from all the hype and expectation. Or is there?
Paige Sinkler is an award-winning writer and photographer currently completing her MA in Creative Writing at Kingston University. Her work has been published on and in magazines like Litro, Every Day Fiction, The View From Here, Obsessed with Pipework, alliterati, Cursive Script and others. She blogs on writing and also contributes to Litro Fuel. More at www.paigesinkler.com / @pfsinkler
Gee – thanks for posting. Floods of memories of sports days. The hierarchies, the jostling for position. Like most things for kids its the ones who are bigger that win and get all the prizes. A chance for bullies to lord it over the others. But long summer afternoons out of class, sittin’ on bleachers and cheering friends. And all before it was about making dates, almost the last moment of innocence.
Keep takin’ the pics!