Kingston’s strong young competitors

by admin on July 22nd, 2019

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Hannah Schinkel prepares for her turn in the 2016 International Pedal Prix. The competitors did over six weeks’ training for the event.
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Mount Gambier 8 Hour Race – McNamarra Park

This year the school was required to race in one lead up race prior the 24hr Murray Bridge race. The school choose to race at the 8hr Mount Gambier race in term 1. This gave new riders a chance to experience vehicle racing. This race proved to be very successful with Larry finishing 1st and Nemo 3rd inthe U16 category.

2016 International Pedal Prix

Kingston Community School entered an Under 16 Boys and Under 16 Girls team in the 24-hour endurance race held at Sturt Reserve, Murray Bridge on 24-25 September.

The U16 Boys team consisted of Harrison Barker, Jack Hartman, Ben Harding, Dezi Matthias, Tom Cobiac, Cobey Williams, Mitchell Pinkerton, Jacob Brockhoff, Fletcher Murdock, Kane Daniel, Bradley Mackereth and Thomas Barker.

The U16 Girls team consisted of Hannah Schinkel, Eliza Peters, Nikki Gluyas, Jess Venn, Emilee McInnes, Britney Drabsch, Belle Sneath, Arabella Ross, Kate Faulkner-Hunt, Sophie Kokiousis, Alesia Stargatt and Halle Carter.

The Pedal Prix Program provided the students with numerous benefits along with the school and also the wider community.

Students are given the opportunity to develop lifelong skills such as innovation, risk taking, design, planning and problem solving, entrepreneurialism, lateral thinking, enterprise, teamwork, communication and co-operation.

The program also promotes fitness, endurance and healthy lifestyles. Community benefits include the empowerment of youth within our society and also positive exposure for Kingston at a state and national level.

The boys finished 3rdin their category and 27thoverall out of 205 other vehicles. The team completed 477 laps totaling 815km at an average speed of 34km/h.

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