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Treverton Swim Champs
Treverton Prep congratulates their swimming stars Clara and David Steyn and Sienna Marx who took part in the Umgungundlovu Swimming Trials this past weekend. All three swam very well in their individual events and we are very proud of them. Clara came 3rd in her 50m Butterfly but was unfortunately disqualified on a technicality. David and Sienna both won their 50m Breastroke events and were awarded Gold Medals.They will be eligible to swim at the KZN Trials on the 5th March in Durban. Well done to all three swimmers who flew Treverton’s flag high.
Treverton Toastmaster talks his way into the finals
Treverton College pupil Scott Rowland spoke his way into the finals of the Inter-school contest for KZN Toastmasters Youth Leadership competition which was held at Ridge Park College on 2nd December. Scott won the overall category for impromptu speech and was awarded The Telkom Award for Youth Leadership for Best Impromptu Speech. He competed against approximately 10 other top speakers at the event. This was the first time Treverton had placed first in this category and we congratulate Scott on his amazing achievement.
Treverton Sports News:
The 4th series of the Puma School of Speed athletics meet was held at Kings Park Athletics Stadium on Saturday 11 February.” Launched in November 2016, the series is committed to the development of athletics talent in South Africa by discovering the fastest young Speedsters. The School of Speed is headed by the World’s Fastest Man Usain Bolt, who has appointed reigning SA 100m champion Henricho Bruintjies as his Vice Principal in South Africa” (text taken from Puma School of Speed homepage)
Treverton College athletes were there and did their school proud. Michaela Licen (pictured) achieved outstanding 1st place in the u/16 (100m) final and received a gold medal and puma tee-shirt for her efforts. Thato Phakoe, u/15 won his 100m heat and was place 5th over-all in the final. Bophelo Seoe came 3rd in the u/19 (100m), Grace Drummond took 5th place in the u/16 (800m). Treverton’s u/16 girls’ relay team (Kyla Gogle, Kalli Broom, Michaela Licen, Siphoethu Ngcobo) ran away with 1st place in the final. The u/17 boys’ relay team made the final but unfortunately did not manage podium finish on this occasion.
Treverton’s athletics coach, Mrs Rianne Botha reported that the whole event was electrifying and she was thrilled to bits with her team’s achievements.