As the 2011/12 academic year has commenced at The British School of Kuwait (BSK), there is a palpable sense of excitement, opportunity, and competitive spirit in the air as the BSK sporting teams begin their quest to exert maximum effort to be the best they can be. The previous academic year saw BSK win several boys and girls ISACK titles. This year the teaching and coaching staff at BSK is once again committed to creating well rounded, motivated individuals who will be empowered to sustain regular, lifelong physical activity. The coaching staff believes this philosophy will lead to immediate and future successes for BSK student/athletes. The Director of PE, James Cochran, launched the ISACK/ KFSAC programme of events with the second BSK Olympic Torch Relay at the campus. This academic year BSK boys and girls sporting teams defend several titles in the International Schools Athletic Conference (ISACK). This includes: boys under 15 volleyball, boys’ basketball under 13 and under 19, girls’ volleyball under 15, girls’ basketball under 13 and under 15, and girls under 15 table tennis. Katerini Konstantinidou, an extremely motivated Year 7 student at BSK has dominated swimming competitions in Kuwait and across the Middle East over the past few years. We plan on pushing Katerini to continue and excel in her excellent talents as a swimmer! The BSK teaching and coaching staff strives to push toward its winning traditions in sporting endeavors and understand that success does not come easy. They value and recognise that success is a by-product of sacrifice, hard work, and teamwork.
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