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2017 Primary FOBISIA Games - Final Report

24 May 2017

Regents International School Pattaya hosted a hugely successful 2017 Primary FOBISIA Games over the weekend. The Games attracted Year 5 and 6 athletes from the International School Brunei, North London Collegiate Jeju, Harrow International School Beijing, the International School Penang Uplands Malaysia and St Andrews Bangkok.
See photos here and final report below.

 

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The Games kicked off at Regents on Friday with swimming and athletics. On Saturday, the venue for the Teeball competition switched to the Thai Polo Club as Regents grounds were being used for its IB Graduation. The action switched back to Regents on Sunday for the football competition.

All athletes had spent some months training for the Games, which are considered one of the highlights of the FOBISIA (Federation of British Schools in Asia) sporting calendar. The Games were superbly organised by the Regents PE Department.

Very special guests at the event were members of the Brunei Royal Family who had come along to support their eldest son who was competing as part of the International School Brunei squad. His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haji Al – Muhtadee Billah and his wife, Sarah, Crown Princess of Brunei, were welcomed to Regents by Acting Principal, Mr Grant Gillies.

Mr Gillies was thrilled with the Games; “It was terrific welcoming so many pupils, parents and staff to our FOBISIA Games this year. The atmosphere on campus was electric and all teams competed with enthusiasm, pride and sportsmanship. The facilities at Regents ideally lend themselves to catering for big numbers and this is the third Games we have hosted this year.”

The months of training paid off for Regents athletes who secured the following medals:
Swimming - 27 gold, 19 silver, 16 bronze
Athletics - 19 gold, 10 silver, 13 bronze
Teeball - gold in the U11B, silver in the U10B, bronze in the U11A, with the U10B coming in 4th place
Football – silver in the U10 Girls, U10 Boys and U11 Girls, and bronze in the U11 Boys.