This weekend featured SEASAC Individual athletes working together to achieve some great results for their TWolves teams.
Our SEASAC Cross Country team, competing in Singapore, ran their hearts out and pushed themselves to the limit. The first day proved challenging in hot and humid temperatures, but the team persevered and completed the 5k course with impressive times and personal bests. Charlie Stewart took second place overall with a blazing time of 16:57, a mere 7 seconds behind 1st place. Charlie was also awarded the SEASAC MVP for males (this after winning MVP at SEASAC Football earlier this month!). Harmony Pang placed 6th overall with a time of 21:30 and earned the award of SESAC XC MVP. The team got a real taste of true competition during the second day of relay racing and worked together to perform better than before. The girl’s team placed 5th in the relay and 4th place overall out of 12 teams. The boys finished in 6th place for the relay, holding down a strong 1st and 2nd place lead for the majority of the race. Our students are already looking forward to working harder and pushing themselves further in order to return next year and dominate the leaderboards. Thanks to Coach Susie and Coach Young for traveling with the team to SEASAC and for Coach Jablonowski for leading the Cross Country programme.
Clips from cross country this weekend:
Our SEASAC Golfers played 3 rounds at the beautiful Windmill Course in Bangkok. Our Twolves team was a true representation of the CDNIS’ through school, with Shine from Grade 4, teaming with Anika from Grade 12 in the Girls Competition. We also had Grade 8-12 represented on the Boys Team. SEASAC Captain Anika Lai lead the Girls scoring, finishing 13th overall with rounds of 87 and 85. Shine – the youngest competitor of the 150 competitors – put together two amazing rounds of 89/93 – including 2 birdies. The Girls combined to finish 5th overall in the Teams competition. Each of the 6 Boys representatives had a contributing score in the Boys 2 Day competition where the team finished 10th overall (out of 15 schools). The low scorer for the weekend was Eric (Grade 8) who finished in the top half of the field with rounds of 90 and 85. Thanks to Coach Wah and Lovegrove for leading the teams and for Coaches Adams, Tupling and Holtet who lead the Golf programme.
Golf clip here: