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Athlete

Champions keep playing until they get it right. - Billie Jean King, International Hall of Fame tennis star (1959-1983)

Swimming

Nikhil B.S (Grade 7)

Participated at interschool competition held at C. Abdul Hakeem College of Arts and Science, Visharam by the second week of July 2016.

He feels it as a great exposure to Master of when he ventured into the pools for the interschool swimming competition held at G.K. Edify International School by the third week of October 2016.

Thirisha P (Grade 8)

Swam to success by winning the III prize for interschool TTE tournament at Sunbeam Sr. Secondary School (CBSE), Vellore on September 2016

Chess

Nikhil B.S (Grade 7)

Tried his skills at the Interschool competition held at Sri Ramakrishna Sr. Secondary School, Arcot on 12th May 2016.

Thenimalai. C (Grade 7)

Won the certification at Interschool competition held at Sri Ramakrishna Sr. Secondary School, Arcot on 12th May 2016.

Kiran R (Grade 8)

Was in cloud nine when he won the II prize at district level at Junior level Chess competition on May 2016.

He took the pride of winning the laurels for the school - I prize at State level at Junior level Chess competition on 21st May 2016

Jagadish Kumar J (Grade 10)

Hard word paid off! He took pride in winning the District level championship by July 2016

Porko N (Grade 7)

Grabbed the victory in Chess at Rathnagiri Bageerathan School. Rathnagiri.

Shri Sanjay Kumar (Grade 6)

Nothing stops the man who desires to achieve in sports! He tasted the success by grabbingDistrict and State Level championship in Chess Competition - Medal,Cup And Certificate

Hockey

Students of Grade 7 exhibited their athleticism when they won the Cup at Bright Minds Vidhyodya, Walaja. The proud partakers of the success are :

  • Mugilan C
  • Prakash M S
  • Kameshwaran V
  • Tharan Vijay V
  • Vijay A

Skating

Umesh. S (Grade 8)

Continued his winning streak as usual and it was one of the proudest moments in the annals of Balsam’s sporting history when Master of Skating won Gold medal once, Silver medal twice and Bronze medal once for Inline tournament at G.K. Edify International School by the third week of October 2016.

Thirisha. P (Grade 8)

Added one more feather on her crown of success by winning Silver medal for the fourth time in interschool tournament at G.K. Edify International School by October 2016.

Dare to dream and dear to win take her long on the journey of success when she grabbed again Gold medal thrice and Silver medal once for interschool tournament at Sunbeam Sr. Secondary School (CBSE), Vellore on September 2016.

Badminton

Md. Yaser (Grade 9)

The athleticism and vigor won him the District level championship by May 2016.

Gold medals aren’t really made of gold. They’re made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts. – Dan Gable

Running

Vijay Saravanan (Grade 7)

Won laurels for the school by winning the I prize at Interschool competition held at Little Flower Convent, Ranipet.

Vijay A (Grade 7)

Exhibited his athleticism when he won the I prize at Interschool competition held at Little Stars, Ranipet on 16th July 2016.

Shakthi S (Grade 9)

  • His fearless effort and courage to win any challenge that comes his win gives him a proud moment of winning I prize at 100 mtrs running race in the sports meet at Bright Minds Vidyodaya, Walajapet on 27thSepetember 2016.
  • again stood up to the expectations and raised to the occasion by winning the II prize at 75mtrs running race in the sports meet at Bright Minds Vidyodaya,Walajapet on 27th Sepetember 2016.

Harini Priya.L (Grade 6)

Her hard waork and dedication are paid off when she won in Long Jump ,4x200 Relay in the sports meet at Brights Minds Vidhodaya

Althaf Basha.V (Grade 6)

Took the pride of winning in Long Jump at Interschool competition held at Salem.

Sports is a process that teaches you when to stop and let others to go, when to run forward and when to support others. Congratulations to you because you acquired these qualities today. May the path of tomorrow be easier for you