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RSK holds final elimination day, celebrates kids day
November 10, 2014, 10:22 am

Republika ng Sports sa Kuwait (RSK), in its new and bigger gym at Kazma Sports Club in Adailiya held the final elimination rounds of its 4th Badminton Tournament - Arirang-Dynamic Techno Medicals Champions Cup with a full-house attendance of players and visitors.

Games started on the dot, with sporty bodies heating and firing up after few minutes of action, as participants battled it out in a race for top slots to qualify for next week's rounds. Amidst the smashing actions, which kicked off in the afternoon, it was the kids' turn to grab the limelight with a costume parade. They slipped into their favorite costumes with characters such as Skeleton boy, Cinderella, Power ranger, Kung-fu kid, and little mermaids in celebration of kids day, a brainchild of RSK Officials and rolled out by the Programs Committee headed by Vice President Diana Guasque.

A three-hour itinerary was prepared for the kids, ranging from costume parade, dance numbers, talent portions, parlor games, and raffle of prizes. The following creative kids won the event's best in costume award; 1st Place - Cinderella (Megan Rubin), 2nd Place - Tinkerbell (Gael Leira Corocoto) and 3rd Place - Kung-Fu Kid (Joshou Khalid Reyes).

In the raffle of prizes, an Ikon mobile tab was won by Ruth Cayomo, and a free reservation fee courtesy of Filinvest Internation Kuwait was won by Valerie Reyes. At day's end, aside from the shattered shuttlecocks scattered on the floor leaving evidence of the fierce racket battle, kids' and parents' happy faces are seen from all corners of the gym, describing the successful first ever kids day event for RSK.

Republika ng Sports sa Kuwait (RSK) 4th Tournament is supported by Arirang Restaurant, Swiss-Belhotel Plaza Kuwait, Dynamic Techno Medicals, and by Filinvest International Kuwait and The Morning Talk Show

Ricky Laxa
Staff Writer

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