Junior Coach positions

Author -  Karen Simpson

Junior Coach positions

We are now calling for expressions of interest for two coaches to lead the New Zealand Junior (Under 18) athletes for:  

  • Grand Prix 2: 3-5 February 2017, NSW, Australia Adelaide, Australia; and
  • ICF Canoe Sprint Junior / U23 World Championships: 27-30 July 2017, Pitesti, Romania     

The successful candidates will:  

  • Work with athletes selected by CRNZ selectors 
  • Need to be available for five camps prior to the World Championship 
  • Need to be available to travel to Grand Prix 2 (one week) and ICF Junior / U23 World Championships (approximate three weeks)  

This position is voluntary, but reasonable and agreed expenses will be covered, including all travel expenses.  

Please register your interest by sending your resume to Greg Owen ( no later than 3pm, Monday 31 October 2016.

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Junior Coach positions

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