The Harder The Battle, The Sweeter The Victory!

Authou:Date:2021-04-21Views:15

The 63rd SEU sports competition was held on Jiulonghu campus on April 16 and April 17. Associate Dean Xu attended the Opening Ceremony and cheered the athletes. On behalf of CIS, 20 international students participated in the competition, the total point of undergraduate athletes ranked the 3rd of the undergraduate male B group and the total point of graduate athletes ranked the 6th of the graduate male group. Congratulations to all the diligent athletes and thanks to all the hard-working staff!

List of Achievements

Name

Sport’s Events

Position

Michael Mahaso

Undergraduate shot put

1st

Ifeanyichukwu Philipaine Udeh  

Undergraduate 400 meter

1st

Frimpong Atta Junior Osei

Graduate 200 meter

2nd

Asikia Leonaitasi

Undergraduate soft ball

3rd

Kapembwa Sikasote

Undergraduate 100 meter

3rd

Jony, Walid, Sikasote, Mike, Marius, Asikia, Hashim, Philip, Vhisham, Dmitri


Undergraduate 10X400 meter relay


4th

Kapembwa Sikasote

Undergraduate long jump

4th

Ifeanyichukwu Philipaine Udeh  

Undergraduate 110m hurdle

4th

Nasr Hussain Ahmed Talag

Graduate 110m hurdle

4th

Singh Vhisham

Undergraduate soft ball

6th

Raza Khan

Graduate 110m hurdle

6th

Michael Mahaso

Undergraduate long jump

7th

Asikia Leonaitasi

Undergraduate high jump

7th

Tolud Salome

Undergraduate long jump

7th

Raza Khan

Graduate long jump

7th

Hussain, Frimpong, Fernand, Omar

Graduate 4X100meter relay

7th

Muhammetaly Atagarryyev

Undergraduate 200 meter

8th


Wonderful Moments During Sport’s Events




Philip from Nigeria: I want to thank Southeast university and CIS for taking the time to organize such a massive sports meeting, I’m a fan of this great institute. it’s indeed my first time to participate in this event. It was fun, intense and entertaining, I enjoyed every bit of it and I’m also glad to be among the winners!

Mahaso from Zimbabwe: I am very happy for not only I got gold medal but also represent my College of International Students. This is my first time of participating in this school activities and I was so happy to meet other students. Thanks to College of International Students for organizing this event for us. I can’t wait for the next school’s events, so I can participate again.


Asikia from Tonga: It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up. When you have the ability, that is the first part. Next, you have to develop your mental strength and intestinal fortitude. That’s what pushes you to reach the next level. When you have nothing left in the tank, your mind can reach down into the depths and pull out another round you didn’t even know. On behalf of CIS, it was a great pleasure for me to represent our school in this competition, I know for sure I did my best and I am so happy for participation in school events and activities. Wish we can have more school activities and catch up there, meet friends, have fun and also share some good thoughts. JIAYOU GUYSSSS!

 Although the Sports Competition has ended, team spirit and sportsmanship never end. The international students will continue to carry on sportsmanship and move forward with a positive attitude!


 供稿: Asikia Leonaitasi