AIMS Virtual Olympics Results




AIMS Virtual Olympics Results
Share
PE & Sport

After 5 weeks of competition, involving 1,639 participants from 41 AIMS schools the official AIMS Virtual Olympics Results are inโ€ฆ

We are pleased that 50 KLASS students took part in the competition with 10 of our students managing to make the leaderboard in the events! ๐Ÿ…

To see the final leaderboards for each individual event and a list of all participating schools please visit the Event Website.


Name

Age Category

Event

Result

Position

Donovan Z

Boys aged 8 & 9 years old

Speed Bounce

97

1st

Gerald H

Boys aged 8 & 9 years old

Burpees

40

2nd

Isaac P

Boys aged 8 & 9 years old

Burpees

36

3rd

Lauren R

Girls aged 8 & 9 years old

Burpees

34

1st

Giang (Sunny) N

Girls aged 8 & 9 years old

Speed Bounce

73

3rd

Jun H-K

Boys aged 10 & 11 years old

Speed Bounce

100

3rd

Heidi L 

Girls aged 10 & 11 years old

Burpees

37

2nd


Selma P

Girls aged 10 & 11 years old

Jump Rope

223

1st

Girls aged 10 & 11 years old

Burpees

35

3rd

Maya L

Girls aged 12 & 13 years old

Speed Bounce

96

1st

Georgina T

Girls aged 12 & 13 years old

Speed Bounce

72

3rd


All students that entered The Aims Virtual Olympics will receive an e-certificate to recognise their contributions to the competition. Well done to everyone that competed! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’ช

KL's Fittest

During the first half term we also had students taking part in KLโ€™s Fittest - students competed across 4 weeks in fitness based activities that put student resolve and resilience to the test. Congratulations to Azkia and Selma who came 2nd and 3rd respectively in the U13 girls category.

ISKL Virtual 5km Run

KLASS Lions students also entered the ISKL Virtual 5km Run and competed against 18 other schools across the globe, with our KS3 girls team making it onto the final leaderboard.

It has been wonderful to see students connecting and competing through Virtual Sport.

Thank you to all of our students for your enthusiastic participation and to our parents for your fantastic support."

Authors: Lewis Keens, Director of Sport, and Warren Newbery, Head of Sport (Secondary Campus)

Editor's note: Read more about how our PE and Sports Team tackled online learning in our blog and don't forget you can stay up to date with the PE & Sport team on Twitter and Instagram.







You may also be interested in...