Boys Teams prepare to battle at the Twizza Super School Series Regional Qualifier #2!

An impressive contingent of Boys Teams have signed up for the action-packed Twizza Super School Series Regional Qualifier #2 that will take place at the Greenpoint Athletics Stadium (Cape Town) this coming Saturday 23 October 2021.

The list of schools includes, but is not limited to, Bellville High School, Boland Agricultural High School (Paarl), HTS Drostdy (Worcester), Paarl Boys High School and Parel Vallei High School (Somerset West).

Launched in 2019, the Twizza Super School Series has very quickly become a highlight on the schools’ athletics calendar and has one clear goal in mind – to crown SA’s best athletics school!  There can be only ONE WINNER!

The winning school will take home bragging rights for one year!

“The Twizza Super School Series is a great event that gives athletes the chance to show off the fruits of their hard work, dedication and determination,” says Nico Geldenhuys (17) from Bellville High School.  “We, as athletes, see the event as an opportunity to better ourselves.  I want to be the best in shotput, for that to happen I must compete against the best.  My school and team are positive, enthusiastic and determined.  We don’t give up and we always give our all.  I want to become an Olympian and I will strive towards that goal no matter how difficult it gets.”

According to JC Nothnagel (17) from Boland Agricultural High School, he is very excited to take part in the Twizza Super School Series.  “The series is an excellent platform for us to showcase our talents,” says Nothnagel.  “I am looking forward to competing against the best athletes in Cape Town at the Regional Qualifier #2.  My goal is to improve my PB of 66,4m in the javelin throw.  My school and team are amazing because we are a band of brothers who bring out the best in each other.”

“The Twizza Super School Series is a great initiative,” says Argano Daniëls (17) from HTS Drostdy.  “Our school is focused on the development of its learners not only academically, but also through sports.  Integrity, solidarity, loyalty, discipline and respect are values that are very important to us.  Our goal will be to target personal best times while being crowned the best school in the country.”  Daniëls will be seen in action in the 100m and 200m sprints. 

“The Twizza Super School Series gives us the opportunity to compete against schools from all around the country,” says Matthew Levens (17) from Paarl Boys High School.  “We don’t get this opportunity a lot, so this gives us the chance to compare ourselves to the best athletes in South Africa.  I look forward to seeing top performances on well-known tracks.  I would like to do my best and score as many points as possible for my team and ultimately my school.  We are a hardworking team with a great team spirit.”  Levens is a 100m and 200m athlete.

“I really enjoy taking part in the Twizza Super School Series because it helps me to improve on my athletics,” says Jayden Daniels (17) from Parel Vallei High School.  “I am really looking forward to running and seeing my friends again.  My goal is to come first while getting PBs in my events.  My long-term goal is just to be the best athlete that I can be.”  Daniels focusses on the 100m and 200m sprints and 400m hurdles. 

 

EVENT INFORMATION:  2021 / 2022 Twizza Super School Series

Regional Qualifiers & Qualifying Provinces:

Regional Qualifier: Date: Area: Venue: Qualifying Provinces:
1.       Regional Qualifier #2 Saturday 23 October 2021 Western Province Greenpoint Athletics Stadium (Cape Town) Eastern Cape, Free State, KwaZulu- Natal, Northern Cape & Western Cape

Once completed the Regional Qualifier #1 and Regional Qualifier #2 results will be tallied, with the overall Top 40 Boys Teams and Top 40 Girls Teams advancing to the Twizza Super School Series National Final that will take place on Saturday 19 February 2022.

National Final:

Date: Area: Venue: Qualifying Provinces:
2.       Saturday 19 February 2022 Gauteng Province TBC Eastern Cape, Western Cape,

Free State, Gauteng, Kwazulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Northern

Cape and North West

 

Additional Information:

Entry Fee / Students Participating:  Entry for competing schools is FREE of charge.  Team Managers download the entry form from the event website www.superschoolseries.com.  Send the completed entry for to info@superschoolseries.com    
Students Supporting: NOT PERMITTED due to COVID protocols.
Spectators and Supporters: NOT PERMITTED due to COVID protocols.
 
Entry Requirements: Each school will be required to enter a team of 15 athletes.
Categories will include: Boys, Girls and Combined Winners’ competition.
Age Group: In 2021:  U15, U17 and U19

In 2022: U15, U17 and U19 (U20 ASA)

 
Events that can be entered will include: 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 3000m (Boys & Girls), Open Medley Relay (100m, 200m, 300m & 400m Boys & Girls), short hurdles, long hurdles, long jump, triple jump, high jump, shot-put, discus and javelin for age groups U/17 and U/19.
 
What’s NEW in 2021 The Twizza Super School Series will boast an action-packed Open Medley Relay Category for 100m, 200m, 300m and 400m Boys and Girls.  This category is guaranteed to add an interesting spin on team selection.

 

PLEASE NOTE:  The event organisers will at all times adhere to Government Regulations regarding COVID-19.

 

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About TwizzaA proudly South African carbonated soft drink, Twizza was created in 2003.  We pride ourselves on providing the consumer with an authentic taste experience that rivals the global brands. 

 

For more information on the Twizza Super School Series please email info@superschoolseries.com or visit www.superschoolseries.com

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