Brilliance All Round News Story

Mahrukh Sodhi | Staff Correspondent | Palm Tree Campus

May 02, 2012

Gujranwala: The long-awaited results of the World Education Games held in March are finally here and two very talented students from Palm Tree Campus, Osama Shahid (VII-S) and Rizwan Shahid (X-C Silver) have won gold medals in Mathletics. In the age group 14-18, Osama Shahid was second in the world and first in Pakistan. Shereyar Naeem (VIII-B) stood first in Pakistan in Spellodrome (ages 14-18).

Seven more students have achieved silver medals in the Mathletics and Spellodrome Competitions. In the age group 8-10, Muhammad Talha was first in Pakistan and Absar Iftekhar was second in Mathletics while Rizwan Shahid was second in the age group 14-18. Rehan Siddique won the second prize in Spellodrome for ages 11-13.

Achieving this feat was not an easy task as 39 cities, 321 schools and 23,911 students participated in this competition.

(L to R) Shehyar Naeem - winner of Spellodrome in Pakistan, Absar Iftikhar - silver medallist in Mathletics
(L to R) Osama Shahid achieved gold and silver medals in Mathletics, Rehan Siddique, second position-holder in Pakistan in Spellodrome

Rizwan Shahid stood 10th in the world in Mathletics

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