Kids' day out at GVEI

Highland Kids Sports Meet

Srinagar, July 4: It was kids' day out at Green Valley Educational Institute (GVEI) as hundreds of them from different Institute of city exhibited their skills in the Highland Kids Sports Meet organised by J&K Sport’s Development Association (JKSDA) at GVEI campus, Elahi Bagh here.
The event organised by JKSDA and sponsored by Highland Journeys Trek and Tours with the aim of to infuse sports culture among the kids saw around 260 kids hailing from around nine different institute of Srinagar city exhibiting their skills for the medals.
In the event competitions for both boys and girls upto class 2nd were held in disciplines of 50-metre race, 50-metre one leg race, spoon race, sack race and tug of war were held.
It was first time that an Inter-School level all kids’ sports meet was held in the Kashmir province. The event is part of JKSDA plans to involve overall development of sports starting from grass root level.
The first of its kind event was inaugurated by GVEI Principal, Professor G N Aali along with Director Highland Journeys Trek and Tours, Rouf Ahmad Tramboo. On the inaugural day heats of track events were held while frog jump and tug of war events concluded. The finals of 50-metre race, one leg race, sack race and spoon race would be held on Friday. In tug of war, after battling out with other eight teams, hosts Green Valley emerged out as winner while as Model High School Jawahar Nagar were runner up. In frog jump race, Junaid of SMI Mission School bagged gold while as Jehangir of Scholars School and Arshid of Leo Tolstoy bagged silver and bronze medals respectively. In girls frog jump, Ronak of Model High School bagged gold while as Arooj of Sane Kids and Samiya of Scholars School bagged silver and bronze medals respectively.
In boys sack race, Asrar, Viqar, Usiad, Furqaan, Salis, Hanan, Talah, Mozin and Ishfaq qualified for the finals while as Minza, Aayat, Farhana, Maliha, Maheen, Soliha, Deena, Rabika and Hazika qualified for the final of girls sack race. In 50-metre race, Arsalan, Daniyal, Kamran, Asrar, Tahfeez, Furqaan, Viqar, Amaan and Mozin qualified for finals while as Hania, Zara, Anoosha, Sobya, Jannat, Hurain, Aneesa, Minza and Ronaq qualified for the final of girls, 50-metre race.
In boys one leg race, Arshid, Shahid, Daniyal, Rizwan, Usaid, Ifhaq, Ziya, Arsalan and Huzaif qualified for the final while as in girls section, Zaffara, Mehak, Sehreen, Mantasha, Farhana, Mohshina, Inshara, Huzaifa and Suzain qualified for final. In boys spoon race, Musadiq, Jehnagir, Rizwan, Masif, Amurag, Musadiq, Owais Shafi, Salis and Zaid qualified for the final while as Arooj Rafique, Mohsina, Sobiya, Zaffara, Aqsa, Mehreen, Zarika, Nimra and Ronak qualified for final of girls section in spoon race.

Lastupdate on : Thu, 4 Jul 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 4 Jul 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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