MOSMAN Park youths have raced between sites to show just how many activities are available in their town during the firth annual Stomp! competition last Sunday.
“The intrepid teams completed the 15 checkpoints across a route that covered 10 kilometres around Mosman Park, meandering through some of the town’s most scenic locations, at the end of which the team The Sassy Stompers took line honours in a time of one hour and 53 minutes,” a council spokeswoman said.
It was the first time an all-girl team – comprising Tess Davis-Rohr, Lauren Jones, Caris Jones, Georgia Flavel and Emma Lamond – had won since the event started in 2014.
The Mosman Park Youth Advisory Council-hosted race is run by youth aged 10 to 18 years between checkpoints where they do challenges set by community and sport groups.
Additional checkpoints included the Grove Library and St Luke’s Church, in addition to the Swan Canoe Club, and the town’s rotary, tennis and netball clubs, the Friends of Mosman Park Bushland, the Men’s Shed, Sea Scouts and Western Knights Soccer Club.