Students Enjoy WSG Dubai Opening Festivities
Recently schools across the globe were filled with joy as they experience many exciting opportunities at the WSG Dubai opening festivities.
Now as the final minutes ticked down to the start of The World School Games 2023 this week in Dubai, a pre-event media event was in store for participating schools.
Over half-dozen international schools spanning three countries would be attending in the highly talked about media session.
To tip off the experience, pupils, parents, and coaches gathered to watch highlights from last year’s successful World School Games.
Now as the excitement grew, it was time for youngsters to take a speech in a press conference-style interview.
Leading to big questions to be answered in the interview. Furthermore, questions asked included their feelings about going against fellow international schools, and who has inspired them to play on the global stage.
Flashes began as teams gathered for a selfie around the golden trophy they will be looking to take home.
Next, students had the opportunity to show their celebration moves on the green screen while getting their picture taken.
Next, teams gathered for a selfie around the prized tall golden World School Games 2023 trophy they will be looking to take home this weekend.
If gold wasn’t already the student’s favourite colour after touching the prestigious World School Games trophy, it would be now, as the 1992 Barcelona Olympics Men’s 100m Gold medallist joined them for a chat.
Yes Britain’s fastest man Linford Christie paid a visit with the young athletes to tell his Olympic story in the hopes inspiring them in this week’s sporting event, with Christie being interviewed by popular Dubai sports radio presenter Chris McHardy.
After a strong opening World School Games ceremony, we look forward to seeing all schools competing in athletics, swimming, and football the next two day!
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Don’t miss the big moment’s in this week’s action, you can see the lasted results by downloading The World School Games app.