ISO Movement Challenge Winner Announced

Sport


The Sports Department's innovative ISO Movement Challenge helped King's staff and students to be more active during the recent COVID restrictions, in pursuit of accumulating the most exercise KMs and taking out the Winning House title. The two-week event saw many members of our College community run, ride, walk, surf, swim and paddle their way virtually around Australia.

Years 9 and 12 students proved to be the most energetic Year levels, while House leaders and Scholarship students also pulled more than their weight. Outstanding individual efforts were made by Harry King, Jasmyne Coventry, Kael Lennox, and Jamarley Aniceto, who recorded high KMs for their Houses.

Final Results

While Rayleigh and Finney managed to complete four legs of the challenge and 'travel' from Canberra to Adelaide, there could only be one winner. Congratulations to Rayleigh House for covering the most KMs and taking out the Winning House title for this inaugural event.

  • Rayleigh: 3800 KM
  • Finney: 3323 KM
  • Newton: 2395.5 KM
  • Tyndale: 2100 KM