We have been overwhelmed by the community’s response in letting us know about all our high achieving sports alumni. Please keep the suggestions coming so we can capture all our wonderful sports champions.

The School’s first building program in 1891 gave priority to a girls’ gym: a structure open to the elements on one side, roofed in tin and floored in tanbark that served for the next 93 years. A boys’ open gym followed shortly after.

The new sports centre will provide state-of-the-art sporting facilities focused on maximising student learning outcomes, sustainability and inclusive access, to continue the School’s enduring commitment to sport and wellbeing. The centre is scheduled for completion in early 2022.

We are currently building our records for alumni who have represented their country (Australia or other) at an international level, and/or qualified for an international sports competition at Junior, U23, Senior or Masters level. If you know of a former student who qualifies (or you are one) please contact us with the following details: Name, Leaving Year, Sport, Level attained.

“Sport” means all forms of physical activity which, through casual or organised participation, aim at expressing or improving physical fitness and mental well-being, forming social relationships or obtaining results in competition at all levels. (The Association for Applied Sport Psychology and the European Sports Charter)


Hanny Allston (2003)

Athletics (running), orienteering, Australia: World Orienteering Championships, 2006; The World Games, 2009

Sam Beltz (1998) 
Rowing, Australia: Olympics and World Championships, 2004, 2008, 2012

Charles Blundell (1965)
Sailing, Australia: Transpac 1969; Admiral Cup 1977; Fastnet 1984, 1985, 1992; Newport to Bermuda races, SORC races; China Sea Race 2016

Amelia Catt (2010)
Sailing, Australia: 470 World Championships 2013-15, 2017; ISAF 470 Sailing World Cups

Caryn Davies (1999) 
Rowing, USA: Olympics, 2004, 2008, 2012; World Rowing Championships, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007

Jasmin Gailbraith (2017)
Sailing, Australia: Sailing World Championships 2018

Lindy Goggin (1966) 

Golf, 3 Australian Amateur wins, 5 Tasman Cups, 3 Espírito Santo Trophy Tournaments (World team championships) including World Cup 1978 Espírito Santo Cup and 3 Commonwealth series matches; Queen Sirikit Trophy, 1981, 1982; runner up USA Amateur; represented Australia from 1970-1988


Mathew Goggin (1991) 
Golf, Australian Amateur win; Australian The Players Championship win; top 5 British Open; top 50 World Ranking

Hugo Hamilton (2018) 
Sailing, Australia: Nacra 17 World Championships 2020

Kerry Hore (1999)
Rowing, Australia: Olympics, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016; World Championships, 2003, 2010, 2011

Kate Hornsey (1999) 
Rowing, Australia: Olympics, 2008, 2012; World Rowing Championships, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2011

Eddie Ockenden (2005) 

Hockey, Australia: Olympics, 2008, 2012, 2021


Will Sargent (2019)
Sailing, Australia: XVI Pacific Games 2019 (Bronze), Laser Standard Men’s World Championships 2020

Brett Thurley (1981) 
Waterskiing, Australia: World Water Ski Championships, 1985-95; World Slalom Champion, 1993

Max Walker (deceased) (1965)
Cricket, Australia: 34 Tests; 17 One-Day Internationals, 1974-81; World Series Cricket, 1977-79

Cameron Wurf (2001)
Triathlons, cycling, rowing, Australia: Olympics, 2004; World Rowing Championships, 2004-6; triathlons 2016-2021, Ironman World Championships win, 2021; Giro d’Italia 2010, 2013; La Vuelta d’España, 2013, 2020