Cham­pion spoils spread

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PRI­MARY and high school stu­dents from all over Perth con­verged on Cham­pion Lakes to vie for the Cham­pion Schools Triathlon ti­tle.

The two-day event kicked off with the high school stu­dents, with Dun­craig Senior High School tak­ing out the Cham­pion School ti­tle over St Marks Angli­can Com­mu­nity School and Shen­ton Col­lege in the teams com­pe­ti­tion, while Perth Mod­ern re­placed Shen­ton in third for the in­di­vid­ual com­pe­ti­tion.

John Curtin Col­lege of the Arts stu­dent and current ju­nior world cham­pion Alec Dav­i­son took out the senior boys com­pe­ti­tion in a tick over an hour, while St Marks ACS’ Jas­mine Greaves took out the cor­re­spond­ing ti­tle for the girls in an hour and nine min­utes.

Kennedy Bap­tist Col­lege’s Daniel Kemp­son and St Hilda’s Angli­can School for Girls’ Charlotte Thomp­son won the in­ter­me­di­ate age group, while Perth Mod­ern’s Tom­maso Puc­cini and St Marks ACS’ Rhi­anna Hep­burn took out the ju­nior com­pe­ti­tions.

Dun­craig SHS’s Bran­don Ford and St Mary’s Angli­can Girl’s School’s Kate Boult­bee won the novice cat­e­gories.

The pri­mary school stu­dents fol­lowed the next day, with Hale School named cham­pi­ons over St Marks ACS and Guild­ford Gram­mar Prepara­tory School.

The pri­mary school event also in­cluded boys and girls Aquathlon, won by Trin­ity Col­lege’s Kaden Bar­nett and Ned­lands Pri­mary School’s Ava Peel re­spec­tively.

Pic­ture: Jon Hew­son­mu­ni­ d475898

The D-Grade triathlon field.

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