The Trinity College Hall of Fame was launched in 2011 to formally recognise and celebrate outstanding sporting achievements of old scholars.
This year James McKechnie has been added in recognition of his achievements in Swimming.
James received the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) Talented Athlete Award as a result of medalling at the National Age Championships whilst in Year 12
He has achieved national medals in Breast-stroke and has broken age group national and state records as a swimmer competing with the STARplex Swim Club.
He was selected for the Australian Junior Team to swim at the World Championships in Hong Kong in 2015 achieving some great PB’s.
He is still improving, recently breaking the one minute barrier for the 100m Breaststroke, finishing in 59.43s at the State Short Course Open Finals in Adelaide in July 2016.
Criteria for inclusion in the Trinity College Hall of Fame requires potential inductees to have:
Well done James in achieving this well-deserved permanent record of your achievement by Trinity College!
The Hall of Fame can be viewed in the corridor leading to the Swimming pool at STARplex.