Kilchuimen Primary School Olympics (Day Three and closing ceremony)

On Friday we came to the final day of competition. Each pupil was taking part in five different events covering six different sports. It turned out to be another glorious day which provided a great back drop for some excellent competition.

The hockey silver and bronze medals were contested in another tightly fought shoot out and there were mere centimetres separating some of the distances in the throwing events. Throughout the competition the pupils have been fantastic, they have tried their best and achieved some fantastic results.

There were also some outstanding individual performances which made a huge impression on the final medal table.

The results are below.

Shot Putt
P1/2
1st Jacob Sutton Hungary
2nd Scott Cameron Canada
3rd Murreann Frost USA
 
P3/4
1st Ruby Robson Brazil
2nd Abby Miller Spain
3rd Erin MacLean USA
 
P5/6/7
1st Kai Frost Germany
2nd Toni Demirev Hungary
3rd Colla MacDonald Canada

Hockey
P3/4
1st Morgan Byron France
2nd Jim Chalmers USA
3rd Sophie Gordon Hungary
 
P5/6/7
1st Jamie Gray France
2nd Grace Bremner Italy
3rd Caitlyn Milne France

 

Discus
P1/2
1st Jacob Sutton Hungary
2nd Murreann Frost USA
3rd Scott Cameron Canada
 
P3/4
1st Lucy Burnett Japan
2nd Jim Chalmers USA
3rd Connor Smith China
 
P5/6/7
1st Kai Frost Germany
2nd Caitlyn Milne France
3rd Loulou Nisbet The Netherlands

 

Bean Bag Throw
P1/2
1st Jacob Sutton Hungary
2nd Murrean Frost USA
3rd Eden Harradine Japan
 
P3/4
1st Lucy Burnett Japan
2nd Innes MacDonald Canada
3rd Connor Smith China
 
P5/6/7
1st Kai Frost Germany
2nd Colla MacDonald Canada
3rd Toni Demirev Hungary

 

Hoop-la
P1/2
1st Jacob Sutton Hungary
2nd Leon Jackson Germany
3rd Robynne Smith Hungary
 
P5/6/7
1st Kai Frost Germany
2nd Samir Chowdhury Spain
3rd Laura Fraser Australia

 

Standing Jump
P1/2
1st Jacob Sutton Hungary
2nd Robynne Smith Hungary
3rd Isla Chalmers Italy
 
P3/4
1st Lewis Murray China
2nd Innes MacDonald Canada
3rd Kieran Smith The Netherlands
 
P5/6/7
1st Colla MacDonald Canada
2nd Loulou Nisbet The Netherlands
3rd Kai Frost Germany

After so much competition the only thing left to do was to share the final standings in the medal table. Well done to Hungary for their excellent performance and to all the pupils taking part. The final medal table is below.

Medal Standings (Day Three)

And then the Prime Minister of Kilchuimen Primary School (as her final act in that temporary position created specially for the games), Mrs Walker and the President of the Kilchuimen Olympic Committee, Miss Starr, declared the games officially over. We look forward to the next Kilchuimen Olympics in four years time.

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