Record-Breaking Start for Kronendal

2013 is fast becoming a record-breaking year for Kronendal Primary School where learners have shattered 14 school records in swimming and athletics this term.

With such an exceptional start, Kronendal is looking forward to one of the best sporting years in the schools 112 year history (founded 1901).

Swimming Records include Girls U10 25m Freestyle Kayla Kohn 16,96; Boys U14 25m Freestyle Luca Avondo 14,78; Boys U14 25m Backstroke Luca Avondo  17,94; Boys U14 4 X25m Individual Medley Luca Avondo 1:27,13.

Athletics Records includes u/12 Girls Discus – Skye Taljaard; u/12 Boys Discus – Kyle Harms; u/12 Girls Javelin – Joanna Roodt; u/13 Girls Javelin – Olothando Gwayi; u/13 Boys Javelin – Ronan du Plessis; u/13 Girls Discus – Lydia Dawanapo; u/13 Boys Discus – Luca Avondo; 60m Boys u/7 – Josef Paterson-Jones; 60m Girls u/8 – Grace Lundy; 60m Boys u/8 – Steven Stander.

Alistair Cross, who heads up the busy sports programme at Kronendal School said he was really excited to see the success of Kronendal’s learners on the sports field and in school’s pool.

13-year-old Luca Avondo, pictured here, proudly shows off his trophy at the Kronendal Interhouse Swimming Gala, after successfully breaking 3 records.

9-year-old Kayla Kohn, pictured here, broke the girls U10 25m freestyle record in 16,96 seconds at the Kronendal Interhouse Swimming Gala.

7-year-old Grace Lundy, pictured here, breaking the U8 60m sprint record at Kronendal Interhouse Sports Day.