| Place Of Birth || Potchefstroom, South Africa |
| Residence || Auckland, New Zealand |
| Coach || Jan Cameron |
| Recent Results || Telstra FINA World Cup (Sydney, Australia, Nov-2005)|
41st in the 50m Freestyle (23.71)
41st in the 100m Freestyle (51.69)
9th in the 50m Butterfly (24.39)
9th in the 100m Butterfly (53.60)
FINA World Championships (Montreal, July-2005)
53rd in the 100m Freestyle (52.34)
25th in the 50m Butterfly (24.56)
18th in the 100m Butterfly (53.62)
| Commonwealth |
| has not competed |
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
13th in the 100m Butterfly (52.99)
12th in the 4x100m medley relay (3:42.74)
| Other || World Ranking:|
8th in the 50m Butterfly (as at 01-Aug-2005)
6th in the 100m Butterfly (as at 01-Aug-2005)
Corney was touted to feature in an individual event at the Games but failed to make the qualifying standard.
He had a solid 2005 and was New Zealand's highest ranked international points scorer.
At the Jomner North Harbour Sporting Excellence Awards in 2005, Corney picked up the Tass Print Junior Sportsman of the Year award.
Corney is second in the world for under-18 year olds behind world record holder Michael Phelps.
He trains at the Millennium Institute in Auckland.