Dear students, staff, family members, partners and supporters of College Sport Wellington,
Following the Government’s announcement that Wellington will be entering the ‘Orange’ level of the COVID Protection Framework (Traffic Light system), the Board of College Sport Wellington have confirmed that all sanctioned ...
Congratulations to everyone who took part in the CSW swim champs!
For all results from the CSW Swim Champs please see HERE.
For a list of all Records see HERE.
Hours of preparation and constant dedication can be over in a couple of minutes when put into practice.
Countless laps in training can come down to just four in competition for Chelsey Edwards when she competes in the 200m freestyle, one of her specialist events.
This August Chelsey was in the Aqua Blacks team at the ...
Download the results of the 2019 College Sport Wellington Regional Individual Swimming Champs.
Congratulations to the following students who set new records at the 2019 meet. Also a special congratulation so Chelsey Edwards who won the Prue Young Memorial Cup for winning the fastest 50m girls time for the 5th year ...
The NZSS Swimming Championships have been contested on an annual basis since 2011.
Wellington College won the inaugural meet, which included one trophy awarded to the best overall boys, girls and co-ed school, and they won the next two boys meets after that when separate trophies were awarded to the leading boys, girls ...
She only took up her sport last season, but this November Wellington East Girls’ College’s Macy Burns joins the Junior Black Fins team for the 2018 Lifesaving World Youth Championships in Australia.
Macy, who represents Lyall Bay, New Zealand’s oldest surf lifesaving club, is the sole Wellington athlete in ...
There were five records broken by two individual swimmers at the CSW Swimming Championships last week. Chelsey Edwards broke three and Max Drummond two. We caught up with Max this week.
A recent move to the Capital Swim Club to train with friends and a group of older elite swimmers is paying dividends for Hutt Interna...
Ask Jared Vilsoni what he wants to do before he goes blind and he has to think hard.
"Skydiving, but everybody has that on their bucket list."
The 16-year-old moved to New ...
White Ferns wunderkind Amelia Kerr has taken two-for.
The Tawa College year 12 student has won College Sport Wellington's female sportsperson of the year award for the second consecutive year, with Scots College swimming sensation Lewis Clareburt clinching the male sportsperson of the year award.
The pair were ...