Cycling centre of Excellence.

13 June 2011

Over the last 6 months I have been fortunate to be involved with the Waikato/Bay of Plentys bid to become the cycling centre of Excellence in New Zealand.

Isle of Man 2011 Health Team Vacancies

10 June 2011

Health Team VacanciesCommonwealth Youth Games Team - Isle of Man 2011 The New Zealand Olympic Committee is calling for applications for a team Doctor and Physiotherapist to the 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games team to Isle of Man – September 3rd – 15th 2011.

We won bronze in the World Cup regatta in Holland

01 June 2011

We’ve had a very eventful last 10 days.

Head down and focus

01 June 2011

Every year when May rolls around I know it’s time to get my head down and focus on the final preparations ready for a European track season.

Whirlwind of races, training and travel

27 May 2011

The past couple of months have been a whirlwind of races, training and travel, as well as an exam for good measure.

Our last 49er sail in NZ last week

25 May 2011

It was great to be back in my home town of Kerikeri over Easter Weekend to race the A-Class Catamaran nationals. The racing was good fun with nice 10-15 knot winds over the three days.

Beginning our London Olympic campaign

25 May 2011

After a good break off the bike the new season has started, and essentially it is the beginning of our London Olympic campaign.

Playing for a greener future

24 May 2011

Earlier this month I was in Qatar for the 9th World Conference on Sport and Environment.

London 2012 Ticketing Update

18 May 2011

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Women in Sport Exhibition Opens

18 May 2011

The Olympic Museum is showcasing the achievements of female icons of the Olympic movement in an exhibition. The exhibition features a tribute to New Zealand’s own first female Olympian Violet Walrond, who competed in the 1920 Antwerp Olympic Games. Olympic Museum director Charles Callis says, “The Women in Sport exhibition features defining moments of female participation in Olympic sport and the administration of the NZOC’s initiative to attain gender balance in sport governance.”

Prime Ministers Olympic Gala Dinner

13 May 2011

On 11 August 2011 the nation’s business leaders will again have the opportunity to engage with the nation’s decision makers and high profile Olympic and Commonwealth athletes at the second Prime Minister’s Olympic Gala Dinner.

Chef de Mission Says 'No Surprises' for Team

12 May 2011

Chef de Mission Dave Currie departs for London this evening ahead of his first site visit to the Olympic Host City. Top of the agenda for Currie and his team understanding the environment to ensure there are no surprises for athletes at games time. “We’re all about performance,” said Currie. “This site visit is about the operations and logistics of the London Olympic Games and developing critical relationships with organisers. “Our role is to provide an environment that enables athletes to deliver their potential. There can be no surprises.”

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