#GGS scholar and golf prodigy Arshvant Srivastava has made everyone proud by finishing as 1st Runner Up at the prestigious US Kids Golf European Championships 2018 held in Scotland. This is a remarkable improvement from the 13th position he secured last year! Congratulations, Arshvant!
Adhiraj Singh A rising star of Tennis, who is clinching Under -10 category title almost in every tournament. Jay Pee Open Tennis Tournament held at Jay pee sports complex on 28 April to 03rd may 2018
Nora Beniwal of Grade 5-D has won 1st position in her category in the Fox Golf Junior Tournament held on 14th April 2018 at the Noida Golf course.
Way to go, Nora!
Samayara Panwar did us proud once more by winning the Sub-Junior All India Badminton Tournament in Hyderabad.
This win has made Samayara rank at #2 All India in the under 13 Girls Singles Category.
Continuing their winning streak!
Junior Girls Soccer team secured the 2nd place in the U-11 Inter-School Football Tournament held at Pragyan School, Greater Noida.
Vedah Jindal secured the 1st position, Vanya Jindal and Aadhya Jindal secured the 2nd position in Keepie uppie, at the Keepyuppy 2 v 2 Girls Football Tournament. Vedah was also adjudged as the best player of the tournament held recently at Futsal Arena, Vasundhara, Ghaziabad.
Fact: Keepie uppie, keepie-ups or kick-ups is the skill of juggling with an association football ball using feet, lower legs, knees, chest, shoulders, and head, without allowing the ball to hit the ground
#F1SWF2018 Genesians bag the Champion’s trophy of F1 in Schools National Championship. Two GGS teams under the guidance of Dean Activities- Mr. Ganesh Tiwari took part in the National Championship of ‘F1 in schools’ organized by ‘Times of Sports’ in which more than 100 teams from all over India participated. GGS Team – “ Tech No Logic ” consisting of Asmit Wadhwa, Pratham Raj Kapoor, Divyansh Jain, Krsnam Bhatia, Vardan Bansal and Sambhav Gupta have qualified to represent India at World Finals at Singapore.
Not so long ago Sharon Shaju added 7 medals in Senior UP State swimming championship. Now, Sharon BREAKS THE NATIONAL RECORD in 100 Meter breaststroke, beating her arch rival Ali Singh! Way to go Sharon! We are very proud of you.