SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

Riley breaks CAS record

22-Sep-2016

Knox Year 7 student Riley Hemsworth has broken the record for the 13 years 90m hurdles with a time of 12.92 seconds at the Committee of Associated Schools (CAS) Track and Field Championships held at Sydney Olympic Park.

There was a terrific atmosphere with more than 500 Knox students in attendance to cheer on our Knox atheletes.

Eight Knox students placed first in the championships:
  • Riley Hemsworth – 13years 90m Hurdles - 12.92 seconds
  • Cameron McEntyre - Open Javelin Throw - 57.96 metres
  • Cameron McEntyre - 17 Year Olds Javelin Throw Championship - 59.74 metres
  • Thomas Shannon, - 13 Year Olds Shot Put Championship - 14.43 metres
  • Mitch Westhuizen - 14 Year Olds 800 Metre Run Division - 2:11.31 seconds
  • Charles Barclay - 15 Year Olds 100 Metre Hurdles Championship - 13.81 seconds
  • John Hunter - Boys 14 Year Olds Discus Throw Championship - 46.06 metres
  • Peter Sherlock - Boys 16 Year Olds 800 Metre Run Championship - 2:02.74 seconds
  • Rhys Williams - Boys 14 Year Olds 100 Metre Dash Division - 12.06 seconds
The Knox Track and Field Team was placed third overall, with Trinity Grammar place first and Barker College second.