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HP Programme Selection

Author -  Karen Simpson

HP Programme Selection

6 October 2016

 2016/2017 New Zealand Sprint Kayak High Performance Athletes

Congratulations to the following athletes who have been selected to the CRNZ High Performance Programme.

 Women

  • Aimee Fisher 
  • Briar McLeely 
  • Britney Ford 
  • Caitlin Ryan 
  • Elise Legarth 
  • Jaimee Lovett 
  • Kayla Imrie 
  • Kim Thompson 
  • Rebecca Cole 
  • Lisa Carrington

 Men

  • Ben Tinnelly 
  • Benjamin Duffy 
  • Craig Simpkins 
  • Jaimie Banhidi 
  • Kurtis Imrie 
  • Martin McDowell 
  • Max Brown 
  • Taris Harker 
  • William Wilkins

Through centralisation these athletes will work with their respective CRNZ HP Coaches (Rene Olsen, Gordon Walker, Frederic Loyer), creating a dedicated performance environment to provide them with the necessary support for international success in 2017 and beyond.

For further information please contact Greg Owen – High Performance Director on (021) 524 772 or myself on (021) 132 4519.

Mark Weatherall
Chief Executive Officer
 


 

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