The COBIS Games are a superb opportunity for college kids from COBIS colleges internationally to compete with one another in a variety of sporting disciplines. NIAS is a not for revenue group based organisation that allows aspirant younger athletes (13-17 yrs) from our area (a very massive one at that in Northern Inland NSW) the chance to realize sporting experiences and holistic development both inside our region and well beyond it. NIAS has created the National Primary Games for U11/12s as an inclusive occasion that will help our aim to support these older Academy Athletes as they intention to pursue their goals beyond our area by way of sport.
The 2017 Primary Games are open to college students in Years 5 and 6 who were born between 1 September 2005 and 31 August 2007 and the 2017 Secondary Games are open to college students in Years 7 and 8 who had been born between 1 September 2003 and 31 August 2005.
On the third and ultimate day, the scholars arrived to face their final problem on the Live Primary Football event. This years major video games came about on the 9th June on the ON-x, Linwood with over 300 major pupils taking part. On the second day of the competition, major athletes arrived to face their next challenge on the Live Primary Athletics.
If, nevertheless, there was any disappointment in the British School Al Khubairat camp it was to be extremely short lived, as within a matter of minutes after amassing their silver medals for the Football competitors, they were announced and confirmed as the overall COBIS Games 2013 Champions, after accumulating the very best factors tally throughout the three days.
And it was right here, at first of the match, that the pleasant nature of the video games became obvious, as all groups cheered it doesn’t matter what place their workforce-mates had been in. On the primary day of the Primary Games, our budding student swimmers dived into their first event; the Live Primary Swimming.