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Holding of the 46th University of Tsukuba Spring Sports Day

The 46th Spring Sports Day was held on May 14 (Sat.) and 15 (Sun.) at the Tsukuba Campus.


Since the first Sports Day was held in 1977, soon after the University of Tsukuba was established, it has been held twice a year for two days each in spring and fall, and more than 10,000 students, faculty members and staff enjoy playing sports together. As the Sports Day Student Committee, many students, including new first-year students, planned, prepared, and managed the event while paying maximum attention to infection control measures.


Unfortunately, it was raining on the morning of the event, but the weather gradually improved, and the event featured kickball, futsal, tennis, and orienteering outdoors, and basketball, soft volleyball, dodgeball, and e-sports indoors. The student committee organized boccia, strike out, speedball, survival games, kick target, kehaigiri, free throws, and bubble football, while the student clubs organized classrooms and open practices for extracurricular activity groups. The participants enjoyed sports with their friends with smiles.


Although the event had to be held under various restrictions to prevent COVID-19, it was successfully completed thanks to the cooperation of all participants and the smooth operation of the Sports Day Student Committee.



Group photo
Group photo

Opening Ceremony: Announcement of the Opening of the Sports Day by Vice President for Student Affairs OTA Opening Ceremony: Announcement of the Opening of the Sports Day by Vice President for Student Affairs OTA
Opening Ceremony: Greetings by Ms. INOUE Moeko, Chairperson of the Sports Day Student CommitteeOpening Ceremony: Greetings by Ms. INOUE Moeko, Chairperson of the Sports Day Student Committee
Basketball gameBasketball game
Futsal gameFutsal game
e-Sports gamee-Sports game
Bubble football planned by the Student CommitteeBubble football planned by the Student Committee
Survival Game planned by the Student CommitteeSurvival Game planned by the Student Committee
Student Circle Project: Kashima-Shinryu Martial Sciences Club / Gymnastics ClubStudent Circle Project: Kashima-Shinryu Martial Sciences Club / Gymnastics Club
Celebrating the 151st{50th Anniversary of the University of Tsukuba
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