Mohali,DECEMBER 6, 2018: Yadavindrians today celebrated their 40h Annual Sports Meet with a great show of sportsmanship and enthusiasm. Apart from races in the 100m, 200m, 400m 800m, and 1500 m races, there were relay races held in the 4X100m and 4X400m category for all boys and girls from class 1 to 12. In the field events, the students competed for the best place in the Javelin Throw, Shot put and Discus throw events. Athletes vied with each other for the top honours in the Long Jump, High Jump and Triple Jump categories too.

In the U-19 Boys and Girls, Kabir Singh and Seerat Kaur won the Best Athlete Trophies respectively. For the U-17 category, it was awarded to Ebrahim H. Sofi and Sehaj Tiwana respectively while Jasnoor and Japleen Kaur Dhaliwal (siblings) bagged it in the U-14 category. Harshveer and Prisha were presented with the trophy in the U 12 boys and girls category respectively.

The Best Athlete trophy for the Junior School class V went to Yuvraj Singh and Tamanna Walia respectively. From class IV the winners were Arjun Dhiman and Sarah Raizada. Aparajit karanveer Singh and sukhsimran of class III; Gurjap and Mehreen from class II and Manvijay Sidhu and Hasita Bansal of class I won the trophy in the boys and girls category respectively.

The Trophy for the Best March Past was won by the Nalagarh House contingent. Aitchison House stood first overall followed by Nalagarh House and Tagore House in the second and third place.

Yadavindra Public School is celebrating its 40th year as the Year of Excellence. Speaking on the occasion, the Director, Maj General T.P.S. Waraich, congratulated the winners on their achievements and encouraged the participants to learn the value of discipline and to apply it to all aspects of life. He took the salute for the march past presented by the senior wing student contingents of all houses.

The Army Band of the 2 Sikh Regiment, led by Hawaldar Baljinder Singh and the 7 Dogra Battalion, led by Hawldar Narata Ram presented a scintillating performance on bagpipes and drums in the opening and closing ceremonies respectively.