The competition was fierce with schools from Wales, England, and Scotland invited to challenge for the coveted titles with 184 skiers competing in total including some from other boarding schools in the uk. Not only did Agatha win the individual Championship, she also won the Boyd-Anderson Trophy for the fastest skier in a team that achieved a finish time.
The rest of the St David’s College Ski Teams played their part with the Girls’ Team consisting of Teagan Girling (year 10), Mya Ditchfield (year 7), and Olivia Bartwicki (year 9) placed 7th out of 18 girls teams and the Boys’ Team made up of Team A William Greenhalgh (year 10), George Greenhalgh (year 7), Telor Jones (year 11), and William Rutherford (year 11) and Team B including Louis Barclay (year 9), Olivier Gilmartin (year 10), Hudson Lamb (year 8), and Louis Hollingsworth (year 10) finished with some great results. An outstanding performance on the national stage from everyone involved.
Agatha said “I’m so happy to have won the Championship. It’s been lot of travel and I’m really proud that all of the practice and hard work has paid off”
Headmaster Mr. Andrew Russell said “I'm so happy for Agatha; I’m thrilled that all of her hard work and dedication has been rewarded. At St David’s we strive to give our pupils everything they need to succeed but they are the ones doing the hard work, they are the ones who achieve great things. It's a great honour for her and something I’m sure she will cherish.”
“All of our skiers have earned our utmost admiration. They have put in a lot of effort and exemplified the St David's College "never give up" attitude”
Congratulations Agatha and well done to all of our skiers