Following their sporting dreams

As well as representing GYC in a variety of sporting endeavours, many of our students are excelling in other sports.  Recently, these have included: MADELEINE FASNACHT At the end of Term 3, Madeleine Fasnacht (Year 12) was in Bergen, Norway, representing Australia at the World Cycling Championships. She won bronze in the junior women’s time trial…

GYC Newsletter #70

    The GYC Newsletter #70 2017 for website is now available. Please note that it is a low-resolution version for the website. A number of a major articles are also on the website.   additional material page 4   The Mount Hagen Project (more details) pages 12 and 23     GYC Colours Day celebrates spirit,…

GYC athletes among records

SSATIS: GYC athletes among records Showery and cool conditions did not hamper the young athletes as they broke nine Southern Sports Association of Tasmanian Independent Schools (SSATIS) records at the 2017 athletics carnival held at The Domain on Wednesday 13 September. Overall, a spirited team effort saw Guilford Young College win the College Girls Shield…

Former students excel at sport

These are some of the recent achievements of former GYC students in their chosen sporting fields MATT BEVILACQUA (2010) has won his third consecutive Molokai 2 Oahu (Hawai’i) surf title, beating his own world record time by completing the 50km course in four hours 29 minutes and 20 seconds. He described the race as an…

GYC alumna shines: Allanna Russell

ALLANNA RUSSELL, GYC 2013 I am a medical researcher and it’s my job to find what helps heal people. It’s very important work for many reasons. Without medical research, we wouldn’t understand how our bodies work, which drugs help us to get better or which ones might make us sick. Doctors, nurses and pharmacists all…