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IEGS Winter Sports Day and Skiing

By Lydia Barsawme

Before the Winter Sports Break our students participated in winter sports day in various different activities from skiing, to rock climbing, too outdoor walks. It was a great day with the sun shining and a day well spent for both students and staff!

Also before the break third year PE students had a skiing coaching session with Ella from ES3F for their practical development in the course. Ms Hamnström and Mr Mahadeo agreed that it was a well run and organised day for the students who had a lot of fun. Here are some photos from both trips!

 

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IHC Basketball

By Lydia Barsawme

We kicked off 2022 with some basketball games and boy did they not disappoint! Our IHCs are always full of energy, some healthy competition and lots of excitement. During the finals Russell House girls won and Curie House boys: Russell 14: 4 Pavlov. Radhika NV2E MVP. Boys result Curie 35: 13 King Tuna IB3B MVP.

Today our winning student teams get to play a round of basketball with our teachers for some added fun! 

IEGS basketball Team

By Lydia Barsawme

The IEGS basketball team played their first match of the 2021-2022 season against Stockholm International School known as SIS. The match was conducted on the 25th of November on Thursday around 16.00 pm. Since IEGS did not have a referee, SIS brought their own referee which allowed this game to be more controlled. The game consisted of 4 quarters of 10 minutes. IEGS had a team that consisted of 14 players while SIS had a team of 15 players. IEGS controlled the game at the start but SIS never stopped their fight to get the win. Through the first three quarters, IEGS was leading the game by an

ESSL Soccer Tournamnet

By Lydia Barsawme

A few weekends ago, the girls football team played in the European Schools Sport League tournament, which was held in Stockholm this year. There were teams from Geneva, Basel and Eindhoven and then there was ISSR and us from Stockholm. Without any practice to prepare we went and played five games over two days, against teams that practice together every week. With those odds, we played incredibly well. Our first game, against CDL (from Geneva), we lost by 2-1. If this game had been the last game, we would have won probably. This was the first time we played as a team and we did really well

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