History in the Making at Bishop Cottons – Marathon Runners Scale High


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Bishop Cottons School Shimla

Shimla, April 06,2019, Ritanjali Hastir, Associate Editor

All discomfort is not equal. Learning to listen will help you distinguish among effort, fatigue and pain. To what degree, under what conditions and over what period of time your body experiences these sensations will determine how you respond.

Bishop Cottons School ShimlaIf you’ve nurtured your Spirit and trained your Mind as well as your Body, you’ll be prepared with everything you need to draft across the finish. Remember: all the training runs when you didn’t feel like running but ran anyway and felt so good physically but also about yourself. Envision the flash of friendly faces waiting to greet you. Celebrate that you have more energy now than you ever dreamed. Revel in the uptick in personal productivity and self-worth.

Going by the same spirit students of Bishop Cotton School, Shimla, once again tested their physical strength as nearly 430 students participated in the Marathon under different age and open category.  Like it is said that your body can stand almost anything, it’s your mind that you have to convince and similar was witnessed as students participated in the Marathon comprising of distances ranging right from 1.8 km to 8 km and proving that nothing can stop you if you are truly determined to achieve your goal.

Speaking on the occasion, Headmaster Robinson, appreciated the students and said, “It was a proud moment as many new records were made today on the field. I hope that the students take the sports to another level and in future when they come with their children, they can feel proud and recall the good times with great dignity.” (CLICK TO SEE ALL VIDEOS)

Many new records were made today beating the old ones. Students prepared the field for their successors as it is nice breaking records, but in the process one is just trying to gain confidence for the next year to be better than the best.

The results of the various age groups was as follows:

Marathon U – 10 (near CM’s residence) distance 1.8 km: Winners included Kalvin of House Ibbetson first, Krish of House Ibbetson Second, Raj of House Lefroy third.

U -12 (Oakover) distance 2 km: Kabir of House Rivaz first, Mitansh of House Ibbetson second and Ketan of House Rivaz third.

U – 14 (Hotel Flora, Lakkar Bazar) distance 3.70 km: Yajur of House Rivaz, Aadi of House Curzon second and Saarthak of House Ibbetson stood third.

U- 16 (Govt. College Sanjauli) distance 5 km: Naman of House Ibbetson first, Aakash of House Rivaz second and Aarav of House Curzon third.

Open (St. Bede’s) distance 8 Km: Francis, Bullokato and Jarnwit of House Curzon first, second and third respectively.

Over all first position was shared by House Curzon and Ibbetson and third was shared by Lefroy and Rivaz House.



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