Hull Schools Biathlon - Ennerdale Centre
Students from Sirius Academy took part in the Hull Schools Biathlon Competition combining the art of swimming over 50m with that of running over 8oom at Ennerdale Sports Centre.
An alternative sports event which requires participants to be competitive in the water and on terra firma. The athlete has to be adaptable and physically strong
In showing a ‘dogged spirit’ to succeed.
The academy was represented by both girls and boys in Years 7 to 10 who competed as individuals and as a team.
The course of the morning saw some great results with some exceptional performances from our students.
Stars of the show for us were Phoebe Tomlinson(Year 7) who finished second; Alex Eversen(Year 8) first equal and Hull Biathlon Champion; and Harry Knight(Year 10) first( Hull Biathlon Champion) overall as individuals within their year competitions. Followed by a highly respectable third by Reece Gooch at Year 9 and a fourth place for Amy Purdon at Year 8 and a second place for Josh Atkinson in Year 10.
Added to the individual successes Sirius Academy were also team winners and Hull Biathlon Champions for Year 9 Boys and also Year 10 Boys. This was accompanied by being second for Year 7 Girls; Year 8 Girls; Year 8 Boys-
no mean achievement!
Overall results and outstanding and respectable performances from all of our students are highlighted below as individuals and as teams:-
Year 7 Girls - Phoebe Tomlinson 2nd
Kirsten Young 9th
Hollie Young 10th
Olivia Langley 18th
Team = 2nd
Year 8 Girls - Amy Purdon 4th
Danielle Waters 6th
Year 8 Boys - Alex Eversen 1 = Hull Schools Biathlon Champion
Tom Borman 9th
Bayer Baper 12th
Team = 2nd
Year 9 Boys- Reece Gooch 3rd
Kieran Bartlett 4th
Ronan Mcmahon 5th
Team = First Hull Biathlon Champions
Year 10 Boys –Harry Knight 1 Hull Schools Biathlon Champion
Josh Atkinson 2nd
Ryan Addinall 3rd
Team = First Hull Biathlon Champions.
A most productive and successful set of results which now means that many of our students as individuals and teams will represent the academy and the city at the regional finals to be staged later in the year.
Please congratulate all the students who took part and praise them for their efforts.
A special thanks to Miss Emma Bore and Alex Sherwood for their support.