BHIS Malad students shine at International Speedcubing Tournament
Mumbai: Vivaan Jain & Reyansh Botadra of Billabong High International School (BHIS), Malad won multiple laurels at Winter International Online Speedcubing (WIOS) Tournament 2020. They participated in different categories of the same tournament where they outperformed their counterparts and won accolades. The Tournament was held on 13th December which continued till Dec 20th 2020.
11-Year-old Grade 6 student Vivaan who participated in Cube Pluss Winter Open in one category of WIOS tournaments won the Gold medal in a 3×3 level of speedcubing. He also emerged as the 2nd runner up in solving Pyraminx puzzle and secured 1st position in solving 4×4 & 5×5 High IQ Megaminx cube in a given time. Vivaan’s junior, 7-Year-old grade 3 student Reyansh Botadra bagged 3 trophies and Gold awards in Online Rubik’s Competition of the same tournament. He achieved 1st position in solving Pyraminx Cube and emerged as the 2nd runner up in solving Skewb cube.
Dr Madhu Singh, Principal Billabong Malad, congratulated the students, teachers & parents and said, “We are very proud of our students for winning laurels in this international tournament. We have won a total of 6 medal at the speedcubing. Such competitions further strengthen our resolve in sharpening our students’ problem solving skills, which will serve to effectively help them in making important decisions in the future. I would like to take a moment to congratulate Vivaan & Reyansh and their parents for always encouraging and supporting them. They have made a remarkable achievement at such a young age. Team BHIS Malad wishes them all the support and luck for their all future endeavours”, she added
Cube Pluss Winter Open 2020 is a company which trains the kids for the different types of Rubik’s cube and it also provides speed cubing. It also trains kids for the various achiever’s records also. It is owned by Leena Savla and Ketan Vira. They conduct online and offline competitions. In this pandemic, they conducted 3 online competitions where kids globally participated.