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Gavin Czarnecki and Cade Ferron

Beaver Dam freshman Gavin Czarnecki (front) and junior Cade Ferron (back) are pictured at Beaver Dam High School on Monday afternoon. 

Personal best time: 16:35.

Favorite cross country course? Nightfall Classic course at Spring Brook Golf Course in Wisconsin Dells, because I liked how cold it was and running at night.

What runner, or runners, do you look up to, and why? Derek Johnsrud because he helped me a lot with running.

What’s your routine for the hour or so before a race? I usually do a warm-up, then stretch about 15-20 minutes before the race starts.

What do you usually eat the night before a race? And in the morning before a race? At night, anything that isn’t bad before a race. Before, a granola bar (not much of anything because it usually hurts my stomach).

What’s been the most memorable moment of your high school cross country career thus far? The things we do after each race (either going somewhere or out to eat).

In a few words, describe your personality during a race: I mostly don’t pay attention to anything but the course when I race.

Favorite candy? Gummy worms or Kit-Kats.

Favorite flavor of ice cream? Strawberry cheesecake.

Favorite food? Pizza.

Favorite restaurant? Buffalo Wild Wings.

Favorite T.V. show? “Impractical Jokers.”

Favorite movie? “Step Brothers” or “Old School.”

Favorite pro or college sports team? Wisconsin Badgers and Green Bay Packers.

Favorite pro or college athlete? Aaron Rodgers.

Dream vacation? Somewhere I’ve never been to before.

Dream car? Reasonable – BMW. Expensive – Lamborghini.

Favorite actor? Will Ferrell.

Most played song on your iPod right now? “Beast Mode” by Ludacris.

Oreos or Chips Ahoy? Oreos.

Early bird or night owl? Night owl.

Cats or dogs? Dogs.

Would you rather be able to run 100 mph or fly 10 mph? Run 100 mph because it would help me with racing.

Would you rather speak any language fluently or speak to animals? Speak to animals because then you can find out a lot more about them.

If you were president for a day, what would you do? I would probably leave things the way they are for fear of messing anything up.

If you won the lottery tonight, what would you spend it on tomorrow? A nice house and car, and then other things the next day.

If you could meet anyone in the world, past or present, who would it be? My aunt, who passed away when I was one.

You can’t live without? My phone.

Words to live by? None.