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Sports

Outstanding results at Auckland athletics champs

Congratulations to all our athletes who competed at the College Sport Auckland Athletics Championships.

Many of our students placed in the top eight out of the whole of Auckland, and Daniel Tilsley and George Kozlov received medals. Full results table below.

Name Age Group Event Measurememt/Time Placing
Daniel Tilsley Senior High Jump 1.95m 1st
George Kozlov Senior 200m Sprint 22.43sec 3rd
Briar Engelbrecht Senior Triple Jump 8.93m 5th
Neo Kuy Junior High Jump 1.55m 5th
Kara, Annalie, Siobhan, Niamh Open 4x400 Relay 4m34.43sec 5th
Niamh Baxter Junior Triple Jump 8.89m 6th
Jessie Tan Junior Javelin 16.59m 6th
Siobhan Balle Intermediate 1500m 5m.04.62sec 8th
Logan Thomas-Flipp Intermediate Javelin 38.43m 8th
Elizabeth Murphy Intermediate High Jump 1.50m 8th
Siobhan Balle Intermediate 400m Sprint 1m05.13sec 11th
Maverick Hayes Senior 800m 2m.08.65sec 13th
Matthew Swales Intermediate 400m Sprint 56sec 13th
George Kozlov Senior 100m Sprint 13.13sec 15th
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