Durban GHS

Amanda Taylor - Springbok colours synchronised swimming - 1989, 1992 Olympic Games Barcelona 

Jane Kurtz -  Springbok colours synchronised swimming - 1998, 2002

Kirsten Morris - Springbok colours - Synchronised swimming - 1999

Mellisa Corfe (below)  - Springbok colours swimming - 2006 - 2008 Olympic Games Beijing

Bianca von Bargan - Springbok lifesaver - a member at Durban Surf LSC - won a silver medal at 2010 World Lifesaving Championships in Egypt.

Laura McCullough - Springbok colours swimming - 2010, 2011

Bianca Meyer - Springbok colours swimming - 2000  (below - seen at nationals 2009). She won three medals at the 2011 African Games in Maputo.

Sharon Crowder - Springbok colours synchronised swimming -

Kendra Semple - Springbok colours synchronised swimming - 

 


Carolyn Greig - SA Schools synchronised swimming - 1992

Jane Oliva - SA junior synchronised swimming - 1993

Donna Dippenaar - SA junior synchronised swimming - 1993

Anne Small - SA junior synchronised swimming - 1993

Sarah Wyllie - SA Schools Swimming - 1994

Kirsten Morris -  SA junior synchronised swimming - 1995

Carol Zulu -  SA junior synchronised swimming - 1995

Bo Robertse - SA Schools swimming - 1995

Kirsten Clark - SA Junior swimming - 1995

Lauren Adams - SA junior synchronised swimming - 1996

Kirsten Morris -  SA junior synchronised swimming - 1997

Carol Zulu -  SA junior synchronised swimming - 1998

Chloe Marangos - junior swimming - 1999

Lauren Pugh -  junior synchronised swimming - 1999

Robyn Farrer -  junior synchronised swimming - 1999

Amy Watkins - SA  junior diving - 2000

Bianca von Bargan - Springbok lifesaver - a member at Durban Surf LSC - won a silver medal at 2010 World Lifesaving Championships in Egypt.

 Mon-Cherie    XXXXXXX - swimming - 2003

Lori Niemand - SA junior synchronised swimming  - 2011

Gulia Torino - SA junior synchronised swimming - 2014

Shannon Crowder - SA Junior synchronised swimming - 2001

Jenna-Lee Wanless -  SA Junior synchronised swimming - 2001

Kirstyn Wanless -  SA Junior synchronised swimming - 2001

Jennifer Woker -  SA Junior synchronised swimming - 2001

Nicole O' Driscoll - SA Junior swiming  - 2003

Bianca Meyer  - SA Junior swimming - 2003

Loreen Irvine -  SA Schools water polo - 2004

Leah Coetzee - SA  Schools swimming - 2004

Shannon Crowder - SA Junior synchronised swimming - 2001

Amy Attenborough  - SA Junior synchronised swimming - 2004

Shannon Crowder - SA Junior synchronised swimming - 2004

Megan Last - SA Junior synchronised swimming - 2004

Kendra Semple -  SA Junior synchronised swimming - 2004

Clarissa Johnston - SA Schools synchronised swimming - 2004

Courtney Caulfield - SA Schools synchronised swimming - 2004

Courtney Thompson - SA Schools synchronised swimming - 2004

Hleziphi Hadebe - SA Junior Swimming - 2005

Leah Coetzee  - SA Schools swimming - 2005

Natalie Elphick (below) - SA Schools swimming. Both Natalie and Durban GHS's Roxy Tammadge swam at Villanova University, and coaches in the US.  See below. 

VILLANOVA, Pa.--Junior swimmers Natalie Elphick and Roxy Tammadge, both natives of Durban, South Africa, will begin competition this weekend in the World University Games in Shenzhen, China. Both earned a selection to compete for South Africa based on their performances at the country's Telkom SA National Aquatic Championships held in April 2011.

The opening ceremonies for the World University Games are this Saturday, August 13, while the swimming events take place between August 14-19. Results from each of the events that Elphick and Tammadge participate in will be posted online at Villanova.com, while live results can be accessed via the link at the top of this release (the link will go live upon the start of competition).

In addition, Villanova head coach Rick Simpson is headed to China for the World University Games and will be providing updates during his trip. Simpson noted on Wednesday that both Elphick and Tammadge have arrived at the athletes' village in Shenzhen and are preparing for their first races on Sunday.

Elphick will compete in the 50, 100 and 200 meter freestyle races. She is also qualified for the 400 and 800 meter freestyle relays, with the teams for the relay events to be chosen on site during competition. Tammadge, meanwhile, will swim individually in the 400, 800 and 1500 meter freestyle competitions. She is a candidate for the 800 meter freestyle relay squad as well.

 Elphick entered the South African national championships ranked in the top four in each of her events. Tammadge also had a successful meet in Indianapolis and made her first national team in April.

In competition at the Telkom SA National Aquatic Championships, Elphick finished as the runner-up in the 200 meter free while also finishing third in the 50 free and the 100 free. Tammadge was the runner-up in the 800 meter freestyle while registering a third place finish in both the 400 and 1500 free races. She was also fourth in the 200 free, one spot behind Elphick.

Roxy Tammadge


 

 

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