Wednesday 3rd February saw the College hold its annual swimming carnival. The day was a big success with a number of swimmers beating their PB’s. The students were enthusiastic and the high participation rate was great to see. The day went to Walton with 423 points. Second was Kyle on 371 points and Nicholls on 327 points in third place. The competition was fierce and a number of races were separated by less than a second.

TMC swimming age champions this year were:
12 Yrs Girls – Hannah Dalton
12 Yrs Boys – Cooper Miller
13 Yrs Girls – Lana Bignell
13 Yrs Boys – Zac Cacciola
14 Yrs Girls – Yasmina Dunbar
14 Yrs Boys – Jeremy Coker
15 Yrs Girls – Nyah McMillan
15 Yrs Boys – Caleb Pokai
16 Yrs Girls – Riyani Kettle
16 Yrs Boys – James King
17 Yrs Girls – Taylor Murphy
17 Yrs Boys – Harry Simington

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Wednesday 17th February the swim team competed at the HIA swim meet at the Tamborine Mountain Pool. The TMC swim team was an absolute credit and swam with distinction. We came away with 1st place on 491 points, Kooralbyn 2nd on 421 points and Hills 3rd on 327 points. Out of the possible 12 age champions on offer, TMC walked away with six. The following were HIA age champions:

12 Yrs Girls – Ellie Johnson
12 Yrs Boys – Cooper Miller
13 Yrs Girls – Lana Bignell
15 Yrs Boys – Caleb Pokai
16 Yrs Girls – Riyani Kettle
17 Yrs Boys – Harry Simington

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Monday 22nd February the TMC swim team competed at the Hinterland Green District Swim Meet. The day was met with fierce competition from some of the bigger schools on the Gold Coast. Our swimmers swam with pride with the likes of Cooper Miller winning his heat. These sorts of swim meets are important for our swimmers to gauge their progress and work towards strengthening their long term swimming goals.

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