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Invitational Gymnastics Competition 2017

29 March 2017

On Wednesday 22 March over 80 Gymnasts competed to be crowned aesthetic king and queens of Saigon, at the British International School, HCMC, Invitational Gymnastics Competition 2017.

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In what proved to be a highly skilful and exciting afternoon, students from BIS HCMC and ISHCMC competed in both the floor and vault routines of levels 1-4. This included leaps, walk-overs, round offs and splits, tucks, straddles, flat backs and handsprings.

Students from Year 1 - Year 13 competed with ISHCMC winning the secondary competition convincingly. However, it was a much closer competition in primary. An Phu Primary Campus took 1st place with some of their students performing excellently at the highest level.

Phil Husband, Director of Sport / Head of Secondary PE