Kundapur: National Sports Day celebrated at Don Bosco School

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Kundapur, Aug 29: Don Bosco School Trasi celebrated the National Sports Day on August 29. National Sports Day is observed on August 29 every year to honour hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand.

The day marks the birth anniversary Major Dhyan Chand Singh who won gold medals in Olympics for India in the years 1928, 1932 and 1936. Major Dhyan Chand scored 570 goals in his career.

A meaningful celebration was organized in the School Auditorium under the leadership of the Physical Education Teacher Lohith. The program was ushered in with the lighting of the lamp by the school principal, Fr Maxim D’Souza and Fr Ronald Vaz, the vice-principal.

The stage was attractively decked up with various sports articles neatly displayed to highlight the importance of various sporting events. The importance of various sports was also showcased through a choreographed dance by the students and the HPE.

On this occasion, an international achiever of the school, Master Noah Mendonca of Class 7 was felicitated by the school principal. He had participated in the International Karate Competition held at Shivamogga recently and had bagged a gold medal in Kata and a bronze medal in Kumite events. Along with him, the students who participated in Twin District level Under-14 Chess Competition in Udupi recently.





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