CRNZ New.jpeg2012 Sports and Recognition Awards Finalists

This Saturday sees the Inaugural Canoe Racing NZ Sports and Recogition Awards being held at the Holiday Inn, Rotorua.  It's a full house and looks to be a great event, with Sports Commentator John McBeth MC for the evening.   Many of the trophies sponsors will be personally presenting the awards including the famous 1984 Olympic K4 of Alan Thompson, Ian Ferguson, Paul MacDonald and Grant Bramwell, Olympian Rod Gavin and founding member of CRNZ Dennis Rae.

CRNZ is pleased to announce the finalists for the event:

 

 Junior Athlete of the Year 

1) Karina Radley, BOP   2) Danielle Currie, Arawa 

 Marathon Athlete of the Year1) Keith Alderson, Arawa  2) Ben Fouhy, North Shore
 Ocean Surf Ski Athlete of the Year1) Travis Mitchell, Takapuna  2) Katie Pocock, Takapuna  3) Tim Grammar, Takapuna

 MacDonald/Thompson/Ferguson/Bramwell Cup: Team of the Year

1)Karina Radley & Aimee Fisher 2) Erin Taylor & Lisa Carrington 

 Ian Ferguson Cup:  Canoe Sprint Athlete of the YearLisa Carrington, Eastern Bay
 Alan Thompson Cup:  Coach of the Year 1) Pip Pearse, Hawkes Bay  2) Gordon Walker
 Don Cooper Cup:  Official of the Year1) Barb Harvey, North Shore  2) Debora Marras, North Shore
 Dennis Rae Cup:  Volunteer of the YearRichard Bicknell
 Rod Gavin Cup:  Club of the Year1) Arawa   2) Poverty Bay

 

Nominated for Recognition Awards:

 Life Membership             Alan Thompson, Poverty Bay
 Life Membership Ian Ferguson, North Shore
 Life Membership Paul MacDonald, North Shore
 Life MembershipBrett Leask, Arawa
 Life MembershipDennis Rae, North Shore
 Excellence AwardLisa Carrington, Eastern Bay
 Service AwardGrant Restall, Arawa
 Service Award Leigh Barker, Arawa
 

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