King's Alumnus to Swim for Gold in Tokyo
Congratulations to Elijah Winnington (Class of 2017) who is swimming for Gold at the Tokyo Olympics. His 400m Freestyle time, at the Australian Olympic qualifying trials, is the fastest recorded in the world in 2021. Elijah started at King's in PrePrep, served as Rayleigh House Captain and led by example with his inspiring dedication to reach his Olympic dream.
Join Our Community As We Watch Elijah's First Final Live
SUNDAY SWIMMING FINALS
- 11:30am Men's 400m Individual Medley
- 11:52am Men's 400m Freestyle
- 12:12pm Women's 400m Individual Medley
- 12:45pm Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay
Stay COVIDsafe: Wear a mask, check-in with the QR code, socially distance and do not attend if you are unwell, or have visited a hotspot recently. Please park in Gate 3 (COLA carpark) as the swimming will live stream after church finishes.
Tokyo Olympics Aired for Students
King’s will be airing the Tokyo Olympics on a big screen in the amphitheatre for the duration of the Games. Mr Davis, Executive College Principal, endorsed this initiative as an opportunity for all students to watch the athletes compete, as they inspire future generations in their pursuit of excellence. Students will be able to watch the Olympics during break times, as well as Elijah’s other events (subject to COVID restrictions) at the following times:
- Men's 200m Freestyle Final - Tuesday, 11:43am
- Men's 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay Final - Wednesday, 1:26pm
Green and Gold Free Dress Day
To support Elijah and the Australian Olympic Team, we will be having a Green and Gold free dress day on Wednesday, 29 July. Students from Prep - Year 12 may come dressed in their best green or gold t-shirt, King's sports shorts and sports shoes for the day.
Go for Gold Elijah!