Regional Academies of Sport Incorporated (RASi) is a unique
body representing the 11 Regional Academies of Sport
that operate across New South Wales.

Triumph at the Triathlon

AFTER a tiresome weekend of swimming, cycling and running clinics, athletes made their final preparations before they jumped into the final triathlon event of the weekend.

This morning, athletes from eight academies across the state participated in the triathlon at Summerland Point.

Both the boys and girls events were hotly contested by all athletes from the academies, however at the end of the day, there were two clear winners for each.

Jackson Gray from South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) took out the top position in the boys competition and Hunter Academy’s (HAS) Chloe Hollingsworth came out on top in the girls.

Over the weekend, there were several medal winners at the close of the triathlon event.

The medal winners are as follows:

Youth Boys:
1st - Jackson Gray (SWSAS)
2nd - Sam Broadley (WRAS)
3rd - Ben Dawtrey (SAS)

Youth Girls:
1st - Chloe Hollingsworth (HAS)
2nd Emily Watts (WRAS)
3rd Kitty (SITA)

Junior Boys:
1st - Lorcan Redmond (HAS)
2nd - Connor Whitley (WRAS)
3rd - Toby Crordson (IAS)

Junior Girls:
1st - Lauren Kerwick (WRAS)
2nd - Chloe Harnett (HAS)
3rd - Tayla Croudson (IAS)

A huge congratulations to all of these athletes who proved their endurance and strength over the three legs of the event.

The Central Coast Academy of Sport on behalf of the Regional Academy of Sport (RASi) network would like to thank and acknowledge the support received from the following organisations:

ClubsNSW (Principal Partner), NSW Government through the Office of Sport, Gosford City Council, Wyong Shire Council, NBN Television (Media), Southern Cross Austereo (101.3 Sea FM and 107.7 2GO), Central Coast Tourism.