After their recent 50 medal success at the FOBISIA Games and a fourth consecutive win at the annual ESAC Cross Country Championships, the students at Regents International School Pattaya celebrated a great first term of sport with their very own Secondary Sports Day.
On Thursday 12th December students gathered on the school’s Oval on a gloriously sunny day for an afternoon of fun-filled sport and cheering of their fellow classmates.
Principal Mike Walton awards hard working student’s with their medals.
In a sea of red, blue, yellow and green sports kit, Regents’ students and their teachers embraced their in-house competition and raced for team points in many track and field events including the classic egg and spoon race and the all-important Teachers’ Relay race.
There were dives for the finish line, roars from the crowd and even extreme levels of competiveness in the teachers’ race, all of which contributed to a great day of sport, challenge and teamwork.
Head of PE, Paul Madden watches on as Red House safely stride to the finish line in the classic Egg and Spoon Race.
Head of Physical Education, Paul Madden commented, “Events like Secondary Sports Day highlight the additional benefits sports can bring. The camaraderie between the students and their teams was fantastic and the atmosphere electric. Students of all skill and ability took part and every participant was applauded across the finish line no matter what place they came. Needless to say there were some very impressive times recorded – well done to all participants!”
Blue House show off their medal collection.
Red House run victoriously through the finish line.
Head of Music Robert Duff is hot on the heels of Head of Maths Andrew Perrins in the Teachers’ Relay Race.
Jumping for joy in the always-fun sack race.
Green House sprint for the finish line supported by Deputy Head of Sixth Form, Glen Bolland and Geography Teacher, Alyric Merriott.
A fantastic start to the race.
It’s thumbs up for the yellow team.
Green team leads the way in the 3-legged race.