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NSW All Schools Triathlon Championships


The excitement of competition and the spirit of athleticism reached new heights as Kirrawee High School showcased its prowess at the recent NSW All Schools Triathlon Championships. The event, held at the Sydney International Regatta Centre in Penrith on Wednesday, 21st, and Thursday, 22nd, brought together talented students from schools across the state. Howeverm the journey to victory was not without its obstacles. Due to poor water quality, a crucial aspect of the triathlon—the swim leg—had to be replaced with an additional run leg to ensure the safety and well-being of all participants. Despite this unforeseen challenge, Kirrawee High School's athletes adapted with remarkable resilience and determination, showcasing their ability to overcome adversity and maintain a competitive edge.

In the Junior Boys Division, the Year 7 Boys Team of Phoenix Rostron, Kobi Mead, and Zander Crump emerged as exceptional athletes, securing the Silver CHS (Combined High Schools) Medal. Phoenix Rostron, also an individual competitor, not only finished 7th overall and earned the Bronze CHS Medal but also gained a well-deserved spot in the NSW All Schools Team, setting the stage for his participation in the upcoming Australian All Schools Triathlon Championships.

Lillian Davidson of Year 9, represented in the Intermediate Division and displayed her prowess by securing the 7th position in the NSW CHS, Kate Hummerston of Year 11, demonstrated resilience and skill in the Senior Division, finishing 12th in the CHS Competition. Their contributions added to the school's overall success, emphasising the diverse talent at Kirrawee High School.

Congratulations to all participants for their outstanding performances at the NSW All Schools Triathlon Championships. Kirrawee High School continues to uphold its legacy of excellence in triathlon, and these remarkable athletes are a testament to the school's dedication to sporting achievement.

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