Skipped the rope the most in Oslo!

Skipping ropes Skipping skipped the ropeThe pupils at 6A at Vahl School, jumped the started the skipping rope competition in Spikersuppa Tuesday 24th April! Photo: Anne Elisabeth Næss

Godlia skipped the rope the most in Oslo!

Class 5A at Godlia School was among the classes that skipped the rope the most in Oslo this year’s rope skipping competition. The 25 pupils skipped the rope an average of 60 minutes per day and were therefore named as county winners.

 

Place: Godlia School, Thursday, May 31st, at 9:30 am.

The prize is awarded by County Leader in the National Association for Public Health, Kristin Borg.

This year, more than 5,000 primary school classes participated in “Jump for the Heart”, which is the National Association for Public Health’s annual rope skipping competition. The goal for the pupils is to skip the rope up to 60 minutes every day. They get points per minute of activity. The aim of the National Association for Public Health is to show that physical activity is fun and to facilitate an active school day.

There were several classes that achieved the maximum time during the competition, and the winners were drawn among them.

Skipped the rope the most in Vest-Agder!

The 7th grade at Lyngdal Christian Primary School was among the classes that skipped the rope the most in West Agder during this year’s Rope Skipping competition. The 11 pupils skipped the rope an average of 60 minutes per day and were therefore named as county winners.

Place: Lyngdal Christian Primary School, Thursday, May 31st at 10:30 am.

The prize is awarded by Deputy Leader of the county, Thorhild Iveland.

Here there were several classes that skipped the rope the maximum time during the competition as well, and the winners were likewise drawn among them.

The complete list of county winners can be found at here

 

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