2020 RESULTS ARE NOW FINALISED!

“Congratulations to all students who competed in the World’s Biggest Paper Plane Competition for schools”

 

We received well over 300 entries from 76 schools around Australia and one international school from Iran in our online 2020 STANSW YOUNG SCIENTIST PAPER PLANE CHALLENGE. Please go to our Leaderboards to see the final results and open the links to see some amazing throws in all age levels. Gold, silver and bronze medals will be sent to the top three distance throws and airtime throws in each of age categories. We will contact winners shortly to organise the delivery of these medals.

 

Click on the image to see the distance throw from Mowood Poursafar from Aerospace Explorers Academy, Iran.

 

“The 2020 STANSW Young Scientist Paper Plane Challenge had winners from Iran, Queensland, Victoria, ACT, WA and NSW.

Over 25% of all schools who entered were regional schools and 40% were public schools

 

Click on the image to see one of Durga Sapkota’s massive airtime throws in the Year 12 Airtime Event. Durga is from James Fallon High School, Albury, NSW.

 

“Although results are finalised, schools who have not yet uploaded videos and details of student throws, have time to still do this and have their student names recorded on our Leaderboards for a minor place.

 

Certificates will also be emailed to the top three distance throws and airtime throws in each of age categories. Students or schools who participated and wish to receive certificates may request them by emailing to the contact address below.

 

 

If Social Distancing Restrictions are eased for 2021, we will once again be running the 2021 STANSW Young Scientist Paper Plane State Championships at the University of Sydney as well as continuing this revised online format for any student around the world.