Sports Day 2016
8th July 2016, Kings Park.
1st Place: Newton House.
Full results, points and more images shall follow.
A few notes:
- Since the introduction of the new House system in 1992, the House to claim the most titles is Elgar, with 10. Next is Scott, with 7. Joint-third are Turner and Newton, with 4, and Last is Darwin, with 1.
- Three records date to before the present House system was introduced: Year 7 Relay, won by Hambledon House in 1992, with a time of 56.30s; Year 11 High Jump, won by J. Verey in 1991, with a height of 1.73m; and Year 11 200m Sprint, won by R. Harrison in 1985, with a time of 23.10s.
- The longest standing record is Year 11 200m, won by R. Harrison in 1985, with a time of 23.10s (although this time was matched in 1993 by N. Miles and matched in the Year 10 200m Sprint in 2011 by R. Galloway).
- The individual to hold the most records in track events is R. Galloway, with 6. These are: Year 8 100m (11.97s), 2009; Year 8 200m (24.35s) 2009; Year 9 200m (23.48s), 2010; Year 10 200m (23.10s), 2011; Year 10 400m (53.20s), 2011; and Year 11 400m (53.69s), 2012.
- The individual to hold the most records in field events is B. Walter, with 5. These are: Year 9 Shot (14.49m), 2000; Year 10 Shot (15.50m), 2001; Year 11 Shot (13.89m), 2002; Year 10 Discus (36.60m), 2001; and 6th Form Discus (32.40m), 2003.
- The individual to hold the most records in both disciplines is R. Galloway, with 6 (all track, see above).
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