Summer Sports

25 June 2018

We held our Summer Sports Day under the beaming Swiss sunshine making it great fun for both participants and spectators...

Hospitality can be a competitive environment and we feel it's always healthy to give our students an outlet for these competitive instincts. 

That is one of the reasons we hold our regular Sports Day where participants can compete at a variety of games and activities against their fellow classmates.

Luck was with us for our June Sports Day as we woke to beautiful Summer conditions with the sun shining brightly but a refreshing breeze in the air. 

Coordinated by our Sports Day committee, students took part in activities including badminton, basketball, football, pool, table-tennis and handball. 

Cheered on by their colleagues, there was no lack of intensity despite the warm conditions and it was nice to see lots of mutual respect as well as friendly rivalry throughout the day.

At IMI, we believe sport and activity are important both for health and well-being, but also for the values of teamwork, cooperation and hard-work which they promote.

We would like to thank the student volunteers who helped make the event such a success and we are already looking forward to planning the next Sports Day!

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