MiC: Graeme Christey Coaches: Graeme Christey (distance) Bev Peterson (sprints, hurdles) Tom Turner (high jump, pole vault) Yo-Ahn Lin (shot, hammer, discus) Richard Dryden (javelin) Matt Thatcher (long and triple jump) Please note, some boys have outside coaches as well. The above coaches work here for the boys on College training nights. I wish to thank any coach who has helped our boys
College Champions 2019 U14 – Lachlan McVicar (Harper) Junior – Sam Idiens (Condell’s) Intermediate – John Wells (Condell’s) Senior – Jordy Annand (Somes) House Field Events Cup School House Non-Championship Cup Flower's House Relay Cup Somes Overall House Championship Cup Harper The following records were broken in 2019: Junior 3000m Sam Idiens – 9.38.60 Junior 1500m Sam Idiens – 4.26.50 Junior hammer Jack Smith – 31.07m INTERCLUB AND SECONDARY SCHOOL COMPETITIONS This season marked the return to competition at an all-weather venue after the earthquakes destroyed the QEII facility in February 2011. The new venue is at the Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub. Although it will be windy in the next few years until the shelter grows, this facility is at an Olympic standard in terms of quality and is sure to produce many top performances in years to come. South Island U18 and U20 Teams Championships Christchurch, 19–20 January 2019 Alfie Baker, Oliver Beresford, Matt Durant, Alex Hemens, Edward Hsing and Matthew Todd were selected for
Canterbury representative teams and competed in the South Island U20 interprovincial team competition. Athletics Canterbury 3000m Championships 2 February 2019 Kyle Houston 3rd U18 3000m Athletics New Zealand Combined Events Championships 16–17 February 2019 Edward Hsing 5th U20 decathlon Athletics Canterbury Club Championships 23–24 February 2019 The athletes competed in tough conditions, with strong cold winds on both days and rain for some events. Congratulations to these boys. Jordy Annand 3rd U20 long jump Alfie Baker
privately over the year. Manager: Dr Briar Wait Captains: Oliver Beresford, Alex Hemens, Matthew Todd
ATHLETICS CAPTAINS This year’s captains were Oliver Beresford, Alex Hemens and Matthew Todd. They organised the team of athletes who helped set up the track for Athletics Day and they were there helping run the heats for the championships during the lead up to the event, including judging some events. They also had the added responsibility of helping me manage the College team at the Canterbury and South Island secondary school championships. I want to thank them for their contribution to athletics over the past years. ATHLETICS DAY There was good weather for these championships. I would like to thank all the staff and boys who helped make the event a success. It is a huge logistical exercise, with a lot of work behind the scenes before and during the event. Many staff generously gave their time to help with the heats and processing the results, and I really appreciate their assistance. On behalf of the boys, thank you. The event could not be the success it is without your hard work and contribution.
1st U18 triple jump 1st U18 high jump 2nd U18 javelin Oliver Beresford 1st U18 hammer Charlie Cameron 2nd U18 pole vault Alex Hemens 3rd U20 hammer Edward Hsing 2nd U20 pole vault 5th U20 hammer Matthew Todd 2nd U20 hammer
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