Over the past month RTÉ Learn teamed up with Ms Walsh's 4th Class from Scoil Bhríde Presentation Primary School, Midleton in Cork to track their virtual journey to the Olympic Games as part of Team Ireland's Olympic Schools Challenge.
They were just one of thousands of classes who took part in the fun. More than 45,000 school children all around the country got involved and covered thousands of kilometres virtually.
There are around 400 pupils in the school and all the classes form 1st to 6th signed up and they have made it to Tokyo!
Here Ms Walsh looks back on her class' Road To Tokyo.
What a washout this week has been again but it hasn't dampened our spirits. Even though we have reached Tokyo we are still trucking on and logging our miles to see who can rack up the most.
The month has been a busy one and flown past. We loved all the challenges along the way too from sending postcards to the athletes to designing posters.
Everyone in class is still hard at work designing their mascot ready for the big reveal next week to pick our own Olympic mascot.
Within the school the rivalry was high between classes to get to Tokyo first. Sixth class were the first ones over the line and they took the title in the end and the Japanese jellies as the prize!
We are going to have an official medal giving ceremony at the end of the month once there is no stewards enquiry!
We have had great fun following the different athletes qualify for Tokyo 2020 and can’t wait to cheer them all on once school is out this July.
Go Team Ireland ☘️
Well done to Ms Walsh's class who have made it all the way but it's not too late to start your journey!
Schools can tag Team Ireland and use #RoadToTokyo.
Classes who sign up can check their progress on the map like Ms Walsh's here.
If your class has made it to the final stop
Have a look at the Tokyo fun here!
The main thing is to have fun and remember to work as a team!
It's not too late to sign up and take part in the challenge, it just means that you might have to go extra fast!