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THE HIGH PERFORMANCE PATHWAY

BABY BLUES

Paid Development Camp for U16’s and U17’s

Baby Blues is a weekend camp for those U17 athletes that were not selected into the Light Blues development camps and any U16 athletes interested in extending their rowing development over the winter. The camp is designed to connect athletes and coaches; help athletes and coaches understand the rowing ecosystem; and foster development in Auckland. Athletes will get to experience rowing with Auckland representative athletes, be taken through a high performance rowing workshop during the lunch break and receiving screening with an individual feedback report from an AUT Millennium Athlete Development specialist. The cost is $150pp.

Baby Blues is now full and RSVPs are closed.

Female Camp: Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th July from 08:30am – 3:00pm at Waitemate Rowing Club, Taipari Strand, Taikata Road, Te Atatu Peninsula

Screening for All: Sunday 14th July (1pm until 3pm) at AUT Millennium, 17 Antares Pl, Rosedale, Auckland

Male Camp: Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st July from 08:30am – 3:00pm at Waitemate Rowing Club, Taipari Strand, Taikata Road, Te Atatu Peninsula

Baby Blues Nomination Form

Click the button below and complete the form if you are U16 or U17 and not involved in the Light Blues development camps and wish to join the Baby Blues camps.

Baby Blues is full and RSVPs are now closed.

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LIGHT BLUES

YEAR 12 DEVELOPMENT SQUAD

The Light Blues is a series of year 12 athlete development camps during the winter. A team of eighteen athletes is selected to travel to Australia to compete at a local regatta. The camps are designed to connect athletes and coaches at local clubs; help athletes and coaches understand the rowing ecosystem; and foster development in Auckland.

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Nominations close 30th April.

Light Blues Nomination Forms

Complete these forms if you are year 12 and wish to join the Light Blues programme as a coach or an athlete.

Light Blues Athlete
COACH

AUCKLAND ROWING PERFORMANCE CENTRE & BLUES

For information on ARPC or blues rowing, please visit http://aucklandrowing.com or click the button below.

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ATHLETE PATHWAY

The High Performance programme of Rowing NZ is the entity that is focused solely on the identification, selection, training and delivering of athletes to international competition. The core international competitions that are of immense importance to the High Performance programme are Olympic Games and Senior World Championships. Rowing NZ also selects developing athletes to compete in the U23 World Rowing Championships and the Junior World Rowing Championships each year and may also select athletes to compete in competitions that are held predominantly in Australia, Europe and North America (which may or may not be age dependent).

THE CORE PURPOSE OF THE ROWING NEW ZEALAND HIGH PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME

The core purpose of Rowing NZ’s High Performance entity is the delivery of distinguished performances at World Championships and Olympic Games. This has been defined as a performance that delivers at least an A Finals berth (top 6) with a strong chance of winning medals.

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