Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Sophie Pascoe wins gold

Swimmer Sophie Pascoe has won gold with a world record time in the women’s 200 metre Individual Medley SM 10 event at Rio. She swam a time of 2.24.90 minutes, defending her Olympic title from London four years ago. It’s Pascoe’s third medal of the Rio Paralympics and she still has another two events to compete in. She will go into those races as the defending Olympic champion. Earlier in the day, the track cycling tandem pairing of Emma Fay and her pilot Laura Thompson won a silver medal in the women’s B 3000 metres Individual Pursuit New Zealand are currently 10th on the medal table with four gold, three silver and two bronze.

Trip To Tamaki Primary

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Last Wednesday we went to Tamaki Primary school because our school had to have the roof clean and we went by bus to the Tamaki Primary school and as we were coming down the bus the Tamaki Primary school welcomed us with a Haka then we went to our class our one was in a art class and we did a lot of art when we were there. We also did some a little of cross country to have a warm up because we did not have that meany fitness wile we where there. But at the end of everyday we end up going back to school in the bus. We had lots of fun when we were there but we still liked it in Ruapotaka School. Thank you Tamaki Primary for letting us ues half of your school so that we can still do work and keep on learning new thing.