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Blues and Golds Awards

Blues and Golds recognise student contributions on and off field.


Blues and Golds Awards

Blues and Golds recognise student contributions on and off field.


2019


Two bronzes from the ITF Tae Kwon Do World Championships in April earned Calum Woodill Sportsperson of the Year for 2019.


The awards, held on campus, recognise the sporting achievements of students (Blues), as well as their service to the community (Golds).


Sports Team of the Year went to the women’s 3X3 basketball side who have won the tertiary New Zealand title for the last three years, and again earned a trip to the FISU University World Cup.


Golds award winners included Lincoln Volunteer Fire Brigade member Ollie Rutland Sims as well as Ishakau Haruna, who has run a project in rural Nigeria since 2015 to improve the quality of education there.


Lincoln University Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Bruce McKenzie, said the awards showed how capable and committed Lincoln students are.


You can view ceremony highlights below


[video:https://youtu.be/4A06HO6Bl6A]


You can find out about past Blues and Golds awards in the news archive of the Lincoln University Living Heritage website.