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Season 3 Try-Out Schedule

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The Timberwolves are wrapping up a spectacular Season 2 with a busy schedule between SEASAC Tournament and ISSFHK Championship right around the corner!

 

Season 3 is a great time of the year for any students interested in trying a new sport or starting athletics to join a team! Please find a PRELIMINARY SEASON 3 TRY-OUT SCHEDULE HERE. We would recommend everyone to check for changes to the schedule in the upcoming weeks.

Swimming Feeding Frenzy in Bangkok Recap

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All swimmers swam brilliantly over the weekend and swimming Personal Bests in many of their 6 events that they entered over the weekend.

Special mention and congrats to Emma Rose Zilla who won;
3 Golds in the 50 Free, 100 Free, 100 Back
2 Bronze in the 50 Fly and 100 Breaststroke

Thanks to the parents who travelled to support and to Coach Steve and Dove Noel for leading this trip.

U10 Mixed Basketball Team Try-Out Information

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Basketball U10 Mixed . At The Glance!
Try Out Date: Thur 24 Jan, 2.30pm, at 3/F Small Gym
Practices: Thursdays, 2.30pm at 3/F Small Gym
Coach: Tim Brown
HKJBL Competition: On Saturdays, kicking off on Feb 16 to June 1st.

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SEASAC Cross Country Results

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The 2018 Cross Country team ran hard and pushed themselves during this year’s SEASAC competition in Kuala Lumpur. Facing a challenging course with slippery conditions and humid weather, the students persevered against some tough competition. The boys team came in 5th place overall and remained strong during the relay race, securing and holding their position throughout. The girls team made an impressive gain from 9th to 5th place in the relay race, showing their determination and grit. Many of our students made impressive gains from their times last year, achieving personal bests.

Individual achievements in the 5 km race include:

Harmony Pang 12th (out of 59)                    Time: 23.28.75
Hanna Fung  25th (out of 59)                       Time: 25.33.45
Jules Blum 14th (out of 66)                          Time: 21.14.34
Michael Baron Van Voorst 18th (out of 66)  Time: 21.27.26
Max Freyer 25th (out of 66)                          Time: 21.58.57
Akshay Atapattu 27th (out of 66)                  Time: 22.03.08

Thank you to coach Young and Richardson for leading this team and encouraging them throughout the season.

SEASAC XC Photos can be found here.

More photos and results can be found on the 2018 SEASAC XC Website.

Congrats Junior Swimmers

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Please find the results of last Fridays ISSFHK Junior Championship in Victoria Park here.

Well done to all swimmers who competed last Friday.
For a lot of the swimmers, it was their first major swim meet with every swimmer on the Team swimming a Personal Best Time in at least one Event.

Special congrats to Anson Tam who won three Gold Medals and set a new ISSFHK Records in the 50 m Butterfly and also to Brendon Lam who won a Gold and a silver medal.

Junior Swim Team

U 12 Girls
Emma Rose Zilla
Emma Mui
Joanne Lee
Elizabeth Tsang

U 12 Boys
Brendon Lam
Keith Wan
Ethan Muller
Jamie Lau
Darren Yau

U 14 Girls
Elena Wang
Morning Li
Jasmine Putnam

U 14 Boys
Anson Tam
Aidan Yeung
Daryl Kung
Mikaeel Rahman

Coaches
Tracie Liu
Braedon Sharp
Steve Chow
Darren Mchugh

CONGRATULATIONS to Anson Leung (2) and Anson Tam (1) both added new records this year!

Recruiting Students for HK School Touch Tournament

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Dear Athletes,

The most beautiful and important 1-Day School Touch tournament in HK is back and it sets to be a cracker.

To express your interest, please fill out this form.

HK Schools Touch Championship
Supported by HKTA, and ICHK
On Friday 7 December, 8am – 4pm, at Kings Park.
U20 Girls, U20 Boys, U14 Boys, U14 Girls.
Coaches Kirk Kahu, Liam OToole, Laurent Villemeur, Ryan Scott, Ngan Chung

Note1_SEASAC U20 GIRLS : If you are already in the team SEASAC U20 Girls, you DON’T need to fill up this form, as your coaches expect you to take on the field, and will announce the roster, later on.
Note2_PRACTICE: 1 unique and optional practice is scheduled on Friday 30 November, 3pm, Happy Valley.
Note3_FIRST COME FIRST SERVE: The squads are 12 players only. Once the team is filled by the first 12 sign-ups, you will be notified that the team is full. No TryOuts.
Note4: Athletes miss 1 day of School.

To express your interest, please fill out this form.

Congrats to Senior Swimmers for Amazing ISSFHK Results!

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Congrats to Senior (U 16 & U 20) Swimmers who competed in the ISSFHK Swimming Championships in Victory Park last Friday.

There were some outstanding swims. It was great to see so many swimmers do Personal Bests and all students did their school proud.
A special congrats to those swimmers who were competing in their first major swim meet.
Results
Boys Team came 2nd out of 15 Teams
Girls Team came 3rd out of 14 Teams
1st Place Finish
  • Anson Leung (X3)
  • Karen Chan
  • Michael Van Voorst
  • David Yeung
  • Boys U 20 Medley Relay
  • Girls U 20 Freestyle Relay

 

2nd Place Finish
  • Michael Van Voorst (X2)
  • Ricky Lam (X2)
  • Samantha Tai
  • Girls U 20 Medley Relay
  • Boys U 20 Freestyle Relay
3rd Place Finish

  • David Yeung (X2)
  • Karen Chan
  • Samantha Tai
  • Natascha Lipman
 
Senior Swim Team
 
Boys – U16 Girls – U16
Anson Leung Samantha Tai
Matteo P Carole Tunik
Justin Cheung Anya Roschke
Caleb Loh Nika Logofet
Liam Fan
Boys – U20 Girls – U20
Michael Van Voorst
Natasha Lipman
David Yeung Karen Chan
James Loh Elosie Fan
Ricky Lam Katherine Lo
Thank you to coaches Tracie, Braedon and Darren for leading our teams!

SEASAC Junior Swimming Report: Success, PB’s, and Swim Team Spirit

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We are very proud of our Junior Swim Team who represented CDNIS at the SEASAC Swim Championships over the weekend in Malaysia.

We are delighted by the success of this team.

Samantha Tai

Overall 3rd Best Female Swimmer
1st – 400 Free
2nd – 100 Fly
2nd – 200 IM
2nd – 200 Back
2nd – 50 Fly
4th – 100 Back

Anson Leung 
2nd – 50 Back
2nd – 100 Back
4th – 200 Back

Anson Tam
2nd – 200 Brst
4th – 200 IM
Ryan Tse
3rd – 50 Brst

We are thrilled with these Swimmers who swum PBs at SEASAC

11 -12 Girls

Haley Chu
Elizabeth Tsang
Emma Rose Zilla
Lily Hecker

11 -12 Boys 

Elliott Wong
Brendon Lam
Keith Wan
Jamie Lau

13 – 14 Boys

Ryan Tse
Anson Tam
Anson Leung
Aidan Yeung
Caleb Loh

13 – 14 Girls

Carole Tunik
Samantha Tai
Nika Logofet
Jasmine Putnam
Victoria Yong

But most of all, we are proud of the Swim team culture that has been developing this year.
Swimmers are swimming for the team,  encouraging each other, going crazy when swimmers swim PBs, they are proud to swim for their school and they are committed to working hard to improve.  Congratulations.  All of the above can be directly attributed to our awesome group of Swim Coaches who lead this programme.  We are so fortunate to have Coaches Darren, Braedon and Tracie who give so much time, energy, enthusiasm and expertise to the Swim team. Thanks Coaches.

I think junior Swim Team Captain Ryan summed it up nicely with this ….

I would like to congratulate EVERY SINGLE swimmer for doing so well during this competition. Every single swimmer tried their best, and were able to get countless PBs, and many also managed to rack up tons of points for our school (shoutout to Samantha, Anson and Anson!). It is without question that everyone’s hard work and dedication to this demanding sport/team has paid off!

More importantly, I would like to, once again, thank all of our coaches for not only giving us this amazing, once in a lifetime (more like a few but you get the point) opportunity for us, and supporting, encouraging and helping us throughout this trip, but for also dedicating their time for US, not for themselves (no one really WANTS to wake up that early for training).

More importantly, from this trip I am really impressed with our team spirit, our supportiveness, which is really important because even though a lot of the time you swim alone, we are all part of a team. Everyone was very encouraging to one another, which led to the success of our swimmers, given the fact that it was the first SEASAC for many swimmers (younger ones especially).

Great job everyone and I hope that everyone will continue to train even harder for next year!

 

To see the photos from the weekend please check here.

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