Having completed all sports competitions the previous day, most of the British spent the day either relaxing by the pool or out in KL.
At 6pm, the Malaysian Tri-Campus Games closing ceremony began. After speeches by the Malaysian campus Vice-Chancellor Ian Ashbee and Games Organiser Nigel Mayglothling, all athletes were presented with their medals. The UK, who won the overall Tournament with a haul of 11 Golds also saw team member Andrew Mitchell (Ultimate Frisbee) collect the Men's Spirit of the Games award.
Second place was occupied by Malaysia, with China finishing third.
Overall, the games had been a privelage to be involved in, offering the opportunity to watch and participate in a wide variety of different sports and of course the chance to visit and experience an altogether different culture. Only one UK University boasts the experience that we have had here and that is the Univerity of Nottingham.
On behalf of all the athletes I'd like to thank organiser Nigel Mayglothling along with his assistants and Malaysian and Chinese counterparts for making this a fantastic experience that I would recommend to any University athlete.
So for the last time, from the Mayalsia 2010 Tri-Campus Games, I wish you well.
Badminton Ladies: United Kingdom, Ningbo China, Malaysia Campus