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Four more Old Scholars inducted into the Immanuel College Sports Hall of Fame

It was a very special night on 20 February 2018 as we proudly inducted 4 more Old Scholars into our Sports Hall of Fame. The new inductees are:

Sam Von Einem (Class of 2013) - Paralympic table tennis silver medalist
Emma Checker (Class of 2013) - Adelaide United Captain & 3 time player for the Matildas
Clay Mason Stephens (Class of 2014) - International gymnast
Kyle Chalmers OAM (Class of 2016) - Olympic swimming champion

They join the many other Old Scholars on the famous wall of the Immanuel College Sports Centre that includes such sporting legends as Lleyton Hewitt, Natalie and Laura von Bertouch, Mark Williams and Shaun Rehn.

"It’s nice to be able to celebrate the outstanding achievements of four of our recent past students who have gone above and beyond for their community and country. To see their talent, which was obvious at School, and to go on to represent Australia is an amazing achievement." Principal Kevin Richardson

We congratulate our newest Hall of Fame members; and we are inspired by what they have achieved and wish them all very best now and in the years to come.

About the Sports Hall of Fame:

The Immanuel College Sports Hall of Fame was created in 2007 to coincide with the Opening of the Sports and Aquatics Centre and is on public display in the foyer of the building.

The Sports Hall of Fame recognises Immanuel College Old Scholars who have:

  • gained selection and competed for a sport in an Australian national sporting team at Open level,
  • held a World or Australian national record at Open level,
  • competed with Distinction in a sport at International level,
  • coached, been an administrator or official with distinction at Australian or International level.


Pictured above: Emma Checker, Kyle Chalmers, San von Einem

Pictured above: US Based gymnast Clay Mason Stephens