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Sports News 5

03 October 2014

Hand Bike Marathon / Cheer Competition

The British School, Warsaw took part in the ‘Cheer’ competition for the Hand Bike race at the National Stadium last Saturday.  Our cheer team included students from both Primary and Secondary, as well as great support from parents too.  It was fantastic to see so many disabled athletes compete in such a physically demanding endurance event.  It was clear the enormous commitment the athletes must have put into training and preparing for this challenge.  Our cheer team came 2nd in the competition and have won a tour of the National Stadium.

Both Secondary and IB students took part in wheelchair basketball matches at the Stadium and experienced the challenges and differences in playing with a disability.

50 students took part in the ‘Small Heroes’ running event in the National Stadium.  It was a great atmosphere with hundreds of children competing.  All of our students performed admirably.  In particular, two students did really well:  Francesca Hirst in Year 3 won the 200m race and Antek Jankowski in Year 4 came 2nd in the 400m race. This was a great achievement for them both.

TBS sporting events

The TBS U9s football team played on Wednesday against Delta with sound performances from all the players. They won 5 – 1.

The TBS U12s played 2 football games in the Deichmann League. Both games were successfull. We won them. The first game we played was against Poland.We won 1-0 after Jerzy scored a goal.I think we should have won much more because we missed several chances.

The second game we played against Spain.This was a very successful game because we won 6-0 after Jerzy's 2 goals, 2 from me and 2 from Chris. We won all of the 5 games.

                                                                               Written by Bartek, Class 7B


A group of 19 IGCSE PE staff and parents are taking part in the Nike 10K Run this Sunday.  All participants to meet Miss Martin at 10:00am at Belwederska 52 (in front of the palace complex).

TBS U16s girls and boys football teams are playing away against ASW this Saturday. Players to meet Miss Martin at 9:00am ready for 9:30am KO.

TBS U12s are playing two matches at Hawajska 7 on Sunday 5 October. Students are to meet Miss Martin at 10:30 ready for a 10:55 pm K.O plus 12:10 K.O.