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Weekly Sport Results

  • ISAC 11+ Aquabears @ISB 13-14 NOV 2015

FRIDAY/SATURDAY 6th & 7th November

U11’s BIS Phuket Soccer 7’s @British International School Phuket, Thailand

Our Soccer 7’s players arrived home a little tied from travelling all night, a little browner from the lovely Phuket weather and full of tournament stories ready to share with their families, like the amazing saves they made in defence and goal, the superb goals scored and the excellent midfield play. The players all improved their own abilities as well as team play and reading the game. Our weekend had some match lows with the boys battling through their games but they were disheartened with some big losses; their tournament high was their phenomenal play. The girls were pleased to get a 0-0 draw and didn’t concede more than 3 goals in their games, and then in their last game they finished with a 3-2 win. Both teams’ last games were for sure the most exciting game of the tournament as the heavens opened and we all got soaked. Unfortunately due the rain the tournament got rained off at the early stages of day 2, so it was a big disappointed to have the tournament cancelled. The children loved their pool and beach time on their rest periods over the weekend; they made new friends within their own team and other schools. All in all an enjoyable experience for all involved.

Ms. North, Mr. Phillipson, & Ms. Waterland

MONDAY 9th November

U19 D2 Boys Basketball vs. HISB @BSB

BSB 30 vs. HISB 35 (L)

FRIDAY/SATURDAY 13th & 14th November

ISAC 11+ Swim Meet @ISB

l teams continued with the winning streak on Wednesday (21st Oct). The girls A-team placed 2nd and boys A-team placed 1st.
The U9 started their tournament in the rain on Thursday (22nd Oct). The girls team placed 3rd after losing a nail biting game in the semi-finals, which went to extra time and then to penalties. The boys A-team were knocked out in the morning round robin games, whereas the B-team made it through to the afternoon playoffs and achieved 5th place out 10 teams overall.
The U8 football teams played today (Friday 23rd Oct) which concluded our BSB 3rd Invitational tournament week. Our players were all split between 5 BSB teams, playing against 3 Sanlitun teams. We had 2 boys’ teams (team A and B) in the boy’s league and 3 mixed boys’ and girls’ team (team A, B and C) in the mixed league. In the boys league our A team came 2nd, and our B came 4th. In the mixed league, our C team came 1st, our A team were 2nd place and our B team were 3rd.
All players did a super job this week.

This weekend BSB Aquabears competed in the ISAC 11 & O swim meet held at ISB Beijing. The team consisted of 33 students, the biggest team BSB has ever entered for a secondary school swim meet. This was another outstanding individual and team performance against some tuff competition. BSB finished 4th overall out 8 schools attending.

1st ISB Beijing

2nd WAB Beijing

3rd Dulwich College Beijing

4th BSB Beijing

5th German School

6th Canadian International Beijing

7th BCIS

8th BIBA

95% of BSB students gaining personal best times!!!

  • We had 5 heat winners
  • One overall winner Lachie Niven 800m freestyle

My swimmer of the day has to go to Jackie Chen he truly showed off his swimming ability during this swim meet, specifically in the boys 11 & O Medley relay, where he swam a fantastic 50m Butterfly to put BSB in 1st place position for Jack Waterland to bring home the victory. Great job boys: Fabian Quink, Joe Turner, Jackie Chen, Jack Waterland.

Jackie also gained personal best times in 5 out of the 6 of the events he competed in.

Great Job Team!!

Mr. Armstrong

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