The Lucky Winners of Smartwatches in the SWIM Project Challenge Have Been Drawn

Purple Orange Gradient Giveaway Winner Instagram PostOn May 23, at the meeting of the Board of Directors of Sports Educational Institutions of Latvia, the winners of the "Walk&Hike&Run in #SWIMproject" raffle of the Erasmus+ project "Sports with Meaning" were determined. Garmin Instinct 2 Solar smart watches were won by Kristine Bumbiere from Jelgava Children and Youth Sports School and Kristofs Zalupe from Limbazi Regional Sports School. The lucky prize winners were drawn by the head of the Sports Subcommittee of Parliament Davis Martins Daugavietis. The draw could be watched online on the LSIIDP Facebook profile.

In the challenge, in which students of Latvian sports schools and clubs participated, the main task was to accumulate as many kilometers as possible by running or walking through the STRAVA application. Arturs Zeps from Valmiera Sports School won the 1st place and smart watch in a fierce and persistent fight with 354.5 km accumulated during the week, while Enriks Kalns from Sports Games School of Liepaja also fought for the victory with the same purpose, having accumulated 345.2 km. Appreciating his fighting spirit and performance, Enriks also receives a prize - a 100 euro gift card in the "MySport" store. "After 345 kilometers of running and walking, new sports shoes would be useful," added Sandija Zalupe, head of the LSIIDP project, with humor. All participants of the challenge who covered at least 15 km during the week took part in the draw.

Thanks again to all the challengers, you guys are awesome!

The purpose of the project "Sports with Meaning" is the use of digital technologies in the teaching and training process, in vocational and vocational oriented sports education.

Projekta partneri/project partners: Latvijas Sporta izglītības iestāžu Direktoru padome (Latvia), Türkiye Okul Sporları Federasyonu (Turkey), Colegio San Gabriel Zuera (Spain), Futbolo mokyklaklubas Lituanica (Lithuania).

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