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Athletic Awards – Thanks for coming!

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Thanks for coming to the Athletic Awards last night, it was a great celebration of a years dedication by athletes and coaches.

See results and enjoy a sample of the Photography Club photos of the Athletic Awards Album 1, Album 2.
Congratulations to Season 3 MVP/MIPS (US)  LS MVP/MIPs
Massive respect to worthy winners of the big awards.
What makes these awards special is the quality of the nominees in every award.

LS Athlete of the Year – Max Threlkeld  & Sarah MacPherson

LS CISPA Sportsmanship – Iona Gladstone & Anson Tam
Junior Athlete of the Year – Charlie Stewart & Jemima Bland
Junior CISPA Sportsmanship – Justin Leung & Blaise Kingan
Senior Athlete of the Year – Rentaro Mereu & Kelly Hui
Senior CISPA Sportsmanship – Devlin Wong & Jenaya Goodacre
Coach of the Year- Justin Wah
Jalsevac Award Winner – Stephan Hautz
Go TWolves in 2016/17

HKSSF U14 Boys Football Champions

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Congratulations to our awesome Under 14 Boys Football Team who just won the HKSSF C Grade (U14) title.
This is a big result for the school as, combined with our A Grade championship, may give us the chance for school promotion in the HKSSF.

Well done boys and Coaches McDermott and Perry

For more photos please click here.

Elite Athlete Nomination

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If you know of an Elite student athlete in our CDNIS community, please consider nominating them for the Elite Athlete Award presented at the Athleteic Awards.

Elite Athlete Nomination Form

This award recognises an individual athlete who has achieved at the highest level. This could be for a CDNIS Team or in a sport/event/team outside of the CDNIS programme. It is important that these athletes are recognised in front of their peers at our Athletic Awards on May 25th. This award is separate from, and in addition to, the Athlete of the Year (Male/Female) and CISPA Sports Person of the Year (Male/Female).

Elite Level should mean national (HK or other) representation. One or more awards may be presented. As well as Elite level participation the athlete should demonstrate :

– Outstanding performance in their chosen sports.
– Be a positive role model for all CDNIS athletes
– Has respect of classmates and teachers.
– Maintains good academic standing.


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Congratulations to every one of the 73 members of our CDNIS Track Team. Ranging from Grade 5-12 they performed and supported our TWolves athletes with pride. Great performances by all athletes (against over 1000 other athletes) with the highlights being the medal winners listed below.

Stand out performers were Justin To who completed the Blue Ribbon double winning both the U20 100m and 200m by significant margins.
Congratulations to Charlie Stewart who showed he’s much more than a star footballer, completing the treble 800m/1500m/3000m!
And to Jemima Bland who won Gold in both Track and Field events.
Great team efforts by our relay teams, in particular the Girls U16 who also did the double in the 4x100m and 4x400m.

Gold Medals
Stewart, Charlie (3000 Meter Run Under 16)
To, Justin (B20 100m)
Bland, Jemima (U14 High Jump)
Willemyns, Julia (U14 400m)
Stewart, Charlie (U16 1500m)
MacPherson, Sarah (U12 Discus)
To, Justin (Boys U20 200m)
Stewart, Charlie (B16 800m)

Canadian International School (U16 4×100)
Canadian International School (G16 4×400)

Silver Medals
Lee, Elena Long Jump (U12)
Law, Gabrielle (U14 800m)
Masuda, Tomoka (G16 800m)
Canadian International School (G20 4 x400)

Bronze Medals
Masuda, Tomoka (U16 1500m)
Willemyns, Julia (200m U16)
Canadian International School (G14 4×400)
Canadian International School (U12 4×100)

Thanks to the other stars of the show who put on an awesome event for the International School community; Coaches Steiner/Shortt/Tupling/Kipfer/Po/Brown/Minor, AAA Sharmaine, Ngan, Aimee, Dove, Shirley, Colleen and CDNIS Volunteers Lolita, Scott.




By | Boys Badminton, Girls Badminton | No Comments

Congratulations U14 Boys for winning 3rd place in ISSFHK Finals!

U14 Boys did well and showed persistence and dedication. Well done!


A big congratulations to our U-16 and U-20 girls badminton teams!

Our defending champion U-16 girls rolled into the finals after beating the hosts, YCIS. But they met a formidable opponent in RCHK, and ended up earning a hard fought silver medal. The tradition of excellence continues for U-16 badminton. Well done girls!

Our U-20 girls brought their swag and experience into the semi finals. While shaking off rust and bowing out to Harrow in the semi’s, the girls went into beast mode and took down VSA – a team they had previously lost to earlier in the season – for the bronze medal. A big shout out to K. Hui, Griddy Chai, Cece Chan, and Izzy Tse – our senior girls who played their last match for CDNIS.

Thanks to Coach Kerbear Glazier for you dedication to the team all season.



The U-16 baddy boys entered the semi finals as an under dog and short handed against RCHK. While meeting their match against the eventual champs, they re-grouped and swept their way to a bronze medal against the home crowd favourite, Harrow! Very well done, boys. Looking forward to seeing you back in full form next year.

Our U-20 baddy boys, AKA the Redeem Team, confidently breezed into the semi finals undefeated. Their mission: gold or bust. After making quick work of AIS in the semis, the boys met HKIS in the final. Giving the boys a brief scare, Matt T. and Herman kept their cool and won a thriller to clinch the gold medal! Mad respect and recognition to our co-captains, Devlin Wong and Hank Yeung, and Herman “Canadian!” Wong, as they took their final curtain call as seniors. You boys will be missed.



CDNIS Aquathon Team Results!

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It was great to see our CDNIS Aquathon team in action over the weekend.

Congratulations to all our athletes and in particular Jasper Coggins, who came 1st in his race and Haley Chu who came 2nd in the HK Schools Aquathon 2016 on Sunday.

Thanks to our Aquathon Coaches Wong and Orbell, for this new programme at CDNIS.

Come support ISSFHK Season 3 Championship Week!

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Our super year of Timberwolves Sport continues with ISSFHK Season 3 Championship Week.
Please come and support our teams at the Championship venues below.

T&F Champs at HKU, Sandy Bay April 26/27.
Girls Football* v HKIS (TBC)
Girls U12 Badminton @ SIS Tue 26th
Boys/Girls U14 Badminton @ RCHK Tuesday 26th
Girls U16/20* Badminton @ YCIS Wednesday 27th
Boys U16/20* Badminton @ Harrow Thursday 28th
* means CDNIS are top qualifier for the Championship games!
Go TWolves!

Exciting SEASAC Updates!

By | Boys Badminton, Girls Basketball, Gymnastics, News & Updates, Softball | No Comments

Over the March 18-20 weekend we 54 SEASAC Athletes competing in Badminton (Singapore) Softball (Jakarata) and Gymnastics (Singapore).

As always, our athletes made CDNIS very proud, not only with their outstanding results but with the way they played their games at represented our community. Thanks must go to our wonderful volunteer Coaches Wright, Glazier, Kirchner, Man, Schmalenberg, Atherton, Sharmaine, Dean, Aimee, Tiffany and ATC Ngan. It was also great that a number of parents made the trip to support the teams. A brief recap of the teams performances is below with photos too.


SEASAC Badminton
Badminton is one of CDNIS’ strongest sports.  Our teams went to Singapore with clear goals and these were achieved as a result of supreme skills and a good dose of courage.  Our Girls team made the semi finals and ended up playing for Bronze v Bangkok Patana School. BPS are also a strong team and had beaten us 2-3 in the round robin.  Our #1 #2 and #3 singles game out super strong and had the Bronze medal secured for CDNIS by the times are doubles teams secured the 5-0 victory. Congratulations on a Bronze SEASAC Medal. (one place better than 2015).


Our Boys were dominant in the round robin play and qualified 3rd into the Semi Finals.  In the 3rd place play off we faced home team UWC Dover who had a vocal team of supporters roaring them home. However our boys stayed strong and claimed a great 3-2 victory and return to the podium for the first time in 3 years. Great to see both teams improve on their results from 2015 and both teams were proud to be SEASAC medal winners.


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SEASAC Softball
Our Softballers were itching to play SEASAC softball after only practicing for the last 5 weeks due to no local games for the Boys team and only one tournament for the Girls team.  They started hot (literally it was 40 degrees + in Jakarta) with our Girls winning 4/5 in pool play and our Boys team recording their first ever SEASAC Softball victory, quickly followed by their second ever SEASAC Softball victory. This was enough to have both teams qualify for the Semi finals which was our first goal. Unfortunately thunder and lightening meant the semis were cancelled on the Saturday afternoon.  This was good news for the Girls Team who went straight through to the final, but tough for our Boys who had qualified 4th and so missed out on the final and played for 3rd on Sunday. The Boys ended up 4th which is still our best result in SEASAC Softball, special mention to Rentaro and Henry who combined for 17 home runs in the tournament.   The Girls played the Final v MKIS and it was a real battle.  We were down 1-2 in the last innings with the tieing runner on 3rd base.  MKIS pulled a fantastic double play and the match was over, our TWolves finishing a very creditable 2nd place in SEASAC. Two great results for our programme which continues to grow.  Big things are expected in 2017 SEASAC Softball.


SEASAC Gymnastics
Our Team of 12 elite Gymnasts travelled to the fantastic facilities of UWC East to compete in Senior Gymnastics.  Level 5-6 Gymnasts are real athletes and great to watch. Despite one of our 3 male Gymnasts breaking an arm on the parallel bars (poor Arris) we had really great success from our Boys Team. Michael won SEASAC Medals on the High Bar (Silver MAG 3) Parallel (Bronze MAG 3). Jameson competed at the very highest level of SEASAC – MAG Level 6. He won Gold All Round and performed with distinction.  Megan won Bronze on Floor (WAG 6) and also did well on uneven bars. We are proud of the performance of all our gymnasts, many of them placed in the top 10 of the All Round Competition.  Most of our team will be in the same level in 2017 and if they continue with their committed training regime will be strong contenders in Level 5/6 next year.
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2016 SEASAC Swimming Results

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Congratulations to our hardest training school sports team – SEASAC Swim Team. March 4-5, 29 swimmers competed well at SEASAC in Kuala Lumper. The Girls team in particular had great results; 5th overall, with our U14 swimmers leading the way. Almost all swimmers swum PB’s and Dana set a SEASAC record for 200 breast stroke. Congratulations all swimmers and Coach Orbell and Wong.

Congratulations to our SEASAC Swim Medalists.
These guys are pretty awesome!

50M Breast – 3rd

200M Breast – 1st
100M Breast – 2nd
200M I.M. – 3rd

200M I.M. – 2nd
200M Free – 2nd
400M Free – 3rd
200M Back – 3rd

200M Free – 1st
400M Free – 3rd
50M Back – 3rd

50M Br – 2nd
100M Br – 3rd

400M Free – 2nd

100M Fly – 1st

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