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The First HCACP Virtual Sports Week - 6th-10th July
Please support your faculty in the first ever HCACP Virtual sports week. There are 11 events for you to participate in. All entries go towards your overall faculty points score.
To submit your score, please log on and click on the links below. The final results will be announced at 4pm on the 10th July. Good Luck!
How long can you juggle with any pieces of equipment that you can find in your house. You can use any amount from 2 upwards.
- Space – Small amount of space that you can stand in.
- Scoring – Three attempts at juggling for the longest timed period. Bonus point for larger or more tricky objects used. Also bonus points for each additional object used, starting above 2. Video evidence to be submitted.
- Equipment – Tennis balls/juggling balls/rolled up socks.
How many kick-ups can you do in 30 seconds. You can use as many different body parts as possible except for your arms and hands.
- Space – Enough space so you can safely control the ball.
- Scoring – You have 30 seconds to do as many kick ups as possible. Each kick up will be a point for your faculty!
- Equipment – A ball (tennis, football or even a balloon!)
Basketball Crossover Dribble
How many crossover dribbles can you do in 30 seconds? A crossover dribble is where you bounce the ball from one hand to the other.
- Space – Enough space so you can dribble.
- Scoring – You have 3 attempts. Record and submit your best score.
- Equipment – A ball (tennis, football or basketball).
Standing Long Jump
Set up a tape measure. You have 3 attempts to perform a standing long jump. Begin behind the start line and jump 2 feet to 2 feet. Measure from the heel to the start line.
- Space – Enough space so you can jump.
- Scoring – You have 3 attempts. Record and submit your best distance.
- Equipment – Tape measure and 2 small objects to mark start and landing points.
Description – Grab a skipping rope or a piece of equipment similar. Jump over the rope as many times as you can without stopping. Adding in a jump combination increases points.
- Space – Enough space so you can jump.
- Scoring – You have 1 recorded attempt to skip as many times as possible in 1 minute. Adding a combination (high knees/crossovers) gains a bonus point.
- Equipment – Skipping Rope/Rope/long string/No rope skipping (No bonus point).
Spin the “ball”!
Spin an object on your finger for as long as possible.
- Points - You will get points for the length of time the object spins for AND bonus points for creativity with WHAT object you can spin!
- Space - Whatever works.
Stand in front of your stairs/chair/bed. Step up using one foot at a time and then step back down onto the ground. Once both feet are back onto the floor you gain a point. You have 3 attempts to get as many points as you can in 1 minute.
- Space –Enough space so that you can step up and down comfortably.
- Scoring – You.
- Equipment – Stairs.
Using the Nike run app or Strava app, record yourself walking for 1 kilometre. Press start on your app when you are ready, then walk as fast as you can until you reach the 1K mark and press stop. Take a screen shot of your time.
- Space – Any open space close to you.
- Scoring – You have 1 attempt. Record and submit your time.
- Equipment – Mobile phone – Nike run app or Strava to record your time and distance.
Two-footed jump in which you must take off and land on both feet. You need to see how many time you can jump over the pillow in 30 seconds.
- Space – Enough space so you can jump from left to right or vice versa.
- Scoring – record the number of correct bounces / one correct jump = 1 point.
- Equipment – one pillow.
Start with a push up position. Place your forearms on the floor with elbows aligned below shoulder . Ground toes into the floor, flat back and lift up your tummy.
- Modification: rest your knees on the ground.
- Space – Enough space to lie down on your tummy.
- Scoring – You need to see how long you can hold the position for. Submit your score in seconds.
- Equipment – none.
See how quickly you can run 1km.
- Space – Anywhere! You can do laps or a straight run around the park or streets.
- Scoring – Record your time and screenshot the evidence (see Mr Kenlock’s below).
- Equipment – Try using apps such as STRAVA, Map My Run or just take a picture of your watch.