Doha College’s U13 team receives a hero’s welcome after winning the BSME Games 2024
Here are the results of our newly crowned heroes:
Athletics, Girls & Boys combined, 1st Overall - 32 points
|Girls 4x100 relay
|Amy Alberts, Nour Abdellal, Millie Hegarty, Ailbhe O’Sullivan
|Girls long jump
|2nd and 3rd
|Amy Alberts and Millie Hegarty
|Girls high jump
|Girls Triple jump
|Boys 4x100 relay
|Jafar Okin, Alfie Allen, Luqman Goolammamode, Harry Gorman
|Boys triple jump
|1st and 2nd
|Harry Gorman and Adam Sanno
The achievements of our BSME U13 team underscore the holistic approach that Doha College takes in promoting physical well-being and personal growth through the whole school sporting ethos. By fostering a culture of engagement in sports and co-curricular activities, Doha College empowers its students to thrive both athletically and academically, setting them on a path toward success and fulfilment in all aspects of their lives.
Doha College’s Physical Education Department is deeply engaged in a diverse array of sporting competitions including BSME, COBIS, QUESS, and QPSSA. Moreover, they provide a wide selection of sporting CCAs and the school collaborates with Evolution Sports to offer community-based sports clubs. These initiatives play a pivotal role in fostering the physical literacy of our students.
The journey to success has been a collective effort; Doha College’s PE Department extends their heartfelt gratitude to the parents, teachers, and all those who supported and encouraged our young athletes. The commitment to training, the spirit of camaraderie, and the resilience shown by the team truly exemplify the values we cherish at Doha College.
Martin Eldridge, Director of Sport
Congratulations to all participating students, and keep up the wonderful DC sporting spirit!