Glasgow 2014 will be the third Commonwealth Games for Emily after she represented New Zealand at the 2006 games in Melbourn,e where the team placed 4th, and the 2010 games in Delhi, where the team placed 2nd. Emily has also competed at three Olympic Games: 2004 in Athens, 2008 in Beijing and 2012 in London.
Nathan will be attending his second Commonwealth Games in
Nadine is remembered for her finals performance at Athens 2004 and her gold medal at the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games, both in the double trap. Double trap is no longer an Olympic event and Nadine has made strong progress in the transition to the single ahead of Beijing.
Nathan Cohen’s first foray into Olympic competition ended disappointingly when he and Rob Waddell were edged out of the medals in Beijing in 2008. Before he was done, however, Cohen had won two world titles and an Olympic gold medal and was regarded as one of the greats of New Zealand rowing.
Cohen was born in Christchurch in 1986 and raised in Invercargill.
Natalie has represented New Zealand through the age groups and finally joined older sister Charmian in the Tall Ferns last year. She attended Hutchinson Community College before transferring to Southeast Missouri State University.