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Hamilton Win Athletics

February 27, 2013 at 9:39 AM

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Hamilton Win Athletics

Over two glorious days, the students were out in force representing their houses at this year’s College Athletics Championships. With valuable house points on offer on the preliminary day, many students made the most of competing in as many events as possible, all with a measure of fun and friendly rivalry. This year proved to be a very close competition between the houses. Whilst Hamilton won the preliminary round with the most house points for participation, Wishart dominated the finals and top 10 positions to easily win the finals day with Hamilton 2nd, Cargill 3rd and Chalmers in 4th place. However, once the points were all tallied, Hamilton’s 1st and 2nd placing combined were more than enough to win the overall championship.

The logistics for this event is huge with well over 5000 participants across all events over the course of both days. The perfect weather conditions allowed for some great racing with many of the 100m finals in particular proving to very close and exciting. There were a number of records broken during the athletics but special mention to Tori Kolose who broke both the 100m and 200m junior girls’ records.

A large number of students will go on to compete in the Eastern Zone Athletics at Mount Smart Stadium.

AGE GROUP

1st

2nd

3rd

YEAR 7 GIRLS

Sam Watson (Ca)

Amber Carmichael-Lowe (H)

Hannah Storer (H)

YEAR 7 BOYS

Ben Lowe (H)

Josh Harford (Ca)

Daniel Thibaud (Ch)

YEAR 8 GIRLS

Natasha Leishman (Ca)

Hannah Williams (W)

Milly Heimsath (W)

YEAR 8 BOYS

Joshua Oxenham (H)

Harry Salvesen (H)

Darcy Maddren (Ch)

JUNIOR GIRLS

Yasmin Shakes (W)

Hannah Ward (W)

Victoria Kolose (W)

JUNIOR BOYS

Ethan Blight (Ca)

Michael Wood (Ca)

Tom Lott (W)

INTERMEDIATE GIRLS

Grace Wood (Ca)

Aimee Hollis (Ca)

Paige Hourigan (H)

INTERMEDIATE BOYS

Patrick Herbert (H)

Braydon Ennor (H)

Wesley Tameifuna (H)

SENIOR GIRLS

Stephanie Campbell (W)

Nikita Lieshout (Ch)

Maddie Evans (Ca)

SENIOR BOYS

Matt Noland (Ca)

Andrew Jackson (Ca)
George Ladoga (W)

 

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