Cody Dalton & Terri Warner win Senior Aquathon Championships

This year’s College Sport Auckland Aquathon Championships saw the largest individual field since 2015, with 145 participants competing on the swim and run course at Saint Kentigern College. 51 teams also competed and for the first time, were running a new run course along the waterfront. The Junior section was the first event of the day, with students swimming 400m followed by a 4km run. The Intermediates had a 500m swim and a 4km run and the Seniors concluded the day with a 750m swim followed by a 6km run.... Read More

Pursuing all-round excellence – Jaden Movold

Channel Magazine: AIMES Winner Q & A: Jaden Movold In 2015 Jaden Movold won the AIMES Junior Excellence Award for Services to the Community. As part of feature looking at what has happened to a number of past winners, Christine Young caught up with Jaden and what he’s achieved over the past few years – as well as what his ambitions are for the future. Christine Young: What excites you about the many activities it is you are involved in and in particular those where you contribute in some... Read More

Triathlete crowned junior sportsman of the year twice

Eastern Courier: Success is coming thick and fast for a East Auckland triathlete. In September, 17-year-old Daniel Whitburn won his under-19 division at the ITU World Triathlon Age Group Championships in the Netherlands. The Farm Cove local has now been crowned Young Sportsman of the Year at the College Sports Auckland Awards, and only days later he received the Counties Manukau Junior Sportsman of the Year prize. The Saint Kentigern College student is also NZ under-19 national champion over a standard distance, Erin Baker Cup champion, the Auckland secondary schools under-19 and Auckland Triathlon Club champion. Whitburn says... Read More

The further I go, the better I get

College Sport Media: Daniel Whitburn loves putting his body through the wringer. The College Sport Auckland Young Sportsman of the Year is an International Triathlon champion and intends taking up Ironman in the near future. Whitburn recalls the time when the appetite for such punishment was non-existent. “When I was in year six, I got last in the school cross country. My parents weren’t impressed so they entered me into triathlon. It wasn’t until Year 10, I realised I actually enjoyed it. I discovered the further I go, the better... Read More

Aquathon Results

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