New Blog Series – Life Of An Athlete

The life of a professional athlete is more than just starting whistles, thunderous applause, and shiny awards. When the lights go down and the fans go home, the mind of an athlete is still in the competition; still striving to be the best. Because when you’re an athlete you’re always training, always thinking of the…

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Support 4 Sport Athlete – Bruno Ferguson

Our last athlete to join the Support 4 Sport team is Fencing competitor Bruno Ferguson. Bruno began his journey into the world of fencing when he was in year six and has now been participating in the sport for the past five years. Bruno competes on behalf of the Hutt Valley Fencing Club which frequently trains…

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Support 4 Sport Athlete – Kirstie Rae

Kirstie Rae is a 17-year-old Cross Country Runner and the newest addition to the Support 4 Sport Team. Kirstie runs competitively during the athletics, road racing and cross-country seasons for Wellington Harrier Athletic Club and Wellington East Girls’ College. Kirstie said she is very excited to be selected as an S4S athlete as she believes this partnership…

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Support 4 Sport Athlete – Kate Sawford

Wellington Sports Med and Willis Street Physiotherapy are proud to present our next athlete, Kate Sawford. At age 11 Kate had her leg amputated as part of her treatment for bone cancer. Fifteen years later, Kate discovered the joys of climbing and there was no holding her back. She started climbing competitively in 2014 and has won…

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