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Although this year is different, we did not want our students to miss out on their fun Sports Day.
Therefore, we have designed a virtual Sports Day.
Studetns can take part in whichever activities they like - or all of them!
This will run from Monday 6 July to Friday 10 July
All recorded results should be uploaded by completing the Results Survey on FROG
There will be a 1st, 2nd & 3rd place for each individual event, plus a 1st, 2nd & 3rd place overall.
 
Challenge 1 Ultra 60-Minutes 
Equipment required
Fitness Tracker app (Free to download on your mobile phone).

Procedure 
How far can you travel in 60 minutes on foot - running, walking, jogging or skipping?
Using a fitness tracker, like the example above (STRAVA, GARMIN, or measure your own distance), record your 60 minutes so you can see how far you have travelled. The further the distance the better! 
The 60 minutes must be completed in one attempt not split between days.
Record your distance and include a screenshot of your distance 
 
Challenge 2 Speed Bounce 
The speed bounce is a test of your speed, agility and coordination
Equipment required 
A towel, stopwatch and non-slip area.
 
Procedure 
Lie the towel out in a long, thin position on the floor. 
Start on the left of the towel and jump from side to side as many times as you can in 30 seconds.
Record how many jumps you can complete in 30 seconds and Include some pictures or video with your results.
 
Challenge 3 ‘Keepy-up’ Toilet Roll 
How many keepy up’s can you do using a toilet roll?
Equipment required
Toilet roll
Mobile phone and someone to help you count and record or take pictures of you taking part (optional)
 
Procedure
Hold the toilet roll in two hands.
Drop the toilet roll and hit it with any part of your body except your hands or arms to keep it off the floor.
Count how many touches you can do before the toilet roll hits the floor. If the toilet roll hits the floor start again.
You can have as many attempts as you want. Record your best score and include some pictures.

Challenge 4 Standing Broad Jump 
The Board Jump is a standing long jump, and test of explosive leg power.
Equipment required
Tape measure to measure the distance jumped.
A non-slip soft landing area.
 
Procedure
Stand behind a line marked on the ground with feet slightly apart. A 2 foot take-off and landing is used, swinging the arms and bending the knees to provide forward drive. Attempt to jump as far as possible, landing on both feet without falling backwards. Three attempts are allowed.
The measurement is taken from take-off line to the nearest point of contact on the landing (back of the heels). 
Record the longest distance jumped, the best of three attempts.
 
Challenge 5 100 High Knees 
How long will it take you to do 100 high knees on the spot?
Equipment required
Stopwatch and a clear area to work.
 
Procedure
Set your stopwatch and complete 100 high knees on the spot. Don’t forget to count!
You will need to do this as fast as you can - the faster the better. Record your time and video the performance 
 
Challenge 6 Sit Ups
How many sit up’s can you do in one minute?
Equipment
Stopwatch. Assistant if possible.
 
Procedure
Lie on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor, you can use  an object to help keep your feet flat.
Put your hands to the side of your head with your fingers on your temples (your hands must stay in this position).
Sit up until your elbows touch your knees and return to the starting position.
Every time your elbows touch your knees completes one sit up. Do as many as you can in one minute.
Record your result.
 
Challenge 7 Wall Sit 
The Wall Sit is a simple test of lower body muscular strength and endurance. 
Equipment required
Flat non-slip floor, smooth vertical wall and stopwatch.
 
Procedure
Stand comfortably with feet shoulder width apart and about two feet from the wall, with your back against the wall. 
Slowly slide your back down the wall to a position where both your knees and hips are at a 90° angle. 
Ensure your feet are flat on the ground, and your knees and hips are at right angles. 
The knees should be directly above your ankles not over your toes, with thighs parallel to the ground. 
Time starts when in correct position and stops when the position can no longer be held.
Record time the position was held in seconds.
 
Challenge 8 Alternate Hand Wall Throws 
The Alternate-Hand Toss is a test of hand-eye coordination
Equipment require
A ball, a wall and a stopwatch.
 
Procedure
Take one big step away from a wall, mark a line on the floor. Stand behind that line, facing the wall. 
The ball is thrown from the right hand in an underarm action against the wall, and caught in both hands. 
Next time throw with the left hand and catch in both hands. Keep switching hands and go as fast as you can.
See how many times you can catch the ball in 1 minute and record your results.
 
Challenge 9  Stork Stand 
A good test of balance
Equipment required
Flat ground to stand on.
Someone to record your time on a stopwatch.
 
Procedure
Start by standing with two feet flat on the floor.  Put your hands on your hips. Balance on one foot and place the sole of your other foot next to the knee of the leg you are standing on. Attempt to keep this position throughout the test. 
Raise the heel of your standing foot and balance on the ball of your foot.
Once your heel is off the floor start the stopwatch.
If your hands come away from your hips, your heel touches the floor or the sole of your foot moves away from your knee, stop the stopwatch.  Have as many goes as you want and record your best time.
 
Challenge 10  The Plank
How long can you plank? Test muscular endurance.
Equipment
Non-slip floor space and timer.
 
Procedure

Place forearms on the floor with elbows aligned below shoulders, and arms parallel to your body at shoulder width.
If flat palms bother your wrists, clasp your hands together.
Record how long you can hold a continuous plank position without lowering your body or raising your hips.
 
*Please note - Always warm up before any exercise. Stop at any time if you experience any discomfort or pain. 
 
Good luck everyone - we look forward to the results!

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