Primary Panathlon set to grow further
The 2015/16 academic year saw record participation in Primary Panathlon events – and 2016/17 promises further growth. With the number of competing schools soaring to around 400, 4,659 children aged five to 11 took part in Primary Panathlon events, up from 2,445 in 2014/15. Altogether, 21 counties competed in 2015/16, of which seven made their debuts,
2016 London Final film at the Copper Box Arena
After 16 qualifying competitions, over 200 competitors from eight London Boroughs met at the Copper Box Arena, within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to compete for the London Champions and Plate titles. This film will hopefully gives you a...
Albert Pye are North Suffolk champions
Riley Barber was the star of the show as his school, Albert Pye from Beccles, won the North Suffolk Primary Panathlon in Lowestoft on Thursday. Riley, nine, received an Emma Holloway Foundation Outstanding Achievement Award at East Point Academy...
Panathlon hosted the Kent Finals today at Polo Farm Canterbury with the 4 teams who qualified from earlier rounds competing. They were the locals Canterbury, who joined Ashford, Dartford and Sheppey & Sittingbourne teams to play for the 2016...
Bury school take South swimming honours
Priory School pictured here, from Bury St Edmunds, were crowned South of England Panathlon swimming champions in the Aquatics Centre at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London today. The event was split into two heats for London schools and...
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