Spring Daleans reap a harvest of gold

Proving their mettle once again in sports, the gymnasts of Spring Dale Senior School reaped a harvest of medals in the CBSE National Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship held at Sonepat, bagging a total of 19 medals, nine gold medals, four silver medals and six bronze medals. Muskaan Vij (under-19), a Spring Dalean, who won five gold medals in the tournament, was declared All Round First Best Gymnast.

She participated in ribbon, hoop, clubs, and ball categories to bag the title. Manmeet Kaur (under 12), another Spring Dalean, who won two gold medals in Ribbon and All Round Event in the championship, too bagged the title of All Round First Best Gymnast, while Kanishka Salhotra (under 12) and Tisha Mahajan (under-15), both from Spring Dales were declared the All Round Third Best Gymnast in the championship.  


While Tisha Mahajan won one gold medal in the ball event and two bronze medals in the ribbon event, Kanishka won two silver medals in ball and club events in the championship. Sarpreet Kaur Sidhu (under 15), a student of Spring Dales, won one gold medal in hoop event, one silver medal in clubs event and one bronze medal in ball event in the championship, while Anikta Sachdeva (under19), also a student of Spring Dales, won a bronze medal in the hoop event.

In the Boys’ category (Artistic Gymnastics), Krishna Arjun Bhatia (under 12), a Spring Dalean, won one silver medal in floor exercise and one bronze medal in Table Vault event in the championship. The school team competed with around 250 gymnasts from nearly 25 CBSE schools in this championship.

“The school is proud of their achievement,” said Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School. He attributed the success of these gymnasts to the hard work put in by their teachers and students and the exceptional sports coaching imparted by the school to its prodigies.  

Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Educational Society, and Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, Director and Managing Trustee, Spring Dale Educational Society, congratulated the winners. They added that the school provided its students with the best of sports infrastructure which was evident from their exploits in various tournaments. “Spring Dale Educational Society is committed to constantly upgrading the school’s academic and sports infrastructure to meet the academic and co-curricular needs of the students,” they said.

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