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Aon Fast Track Programme

Aon Fast Track Programme

The Aon Fast Track Programme aims to accelerate the standard of the most talented youth sailors from top international youth sailors to successful Olympic campaigners.

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The qualifying criteria can be found in the Yachting New Zealand high performance pathway support structure.

For further information contact the talent development manager.

 

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    Brianna Reynolds-Smith

    Brianna won the under-20 division of the 2017 470 junior world championships in Japan with her twin sister Courtney and finished eighth overall.

    Hometown:
    Auckland
    Date of Birth:
    Teams:
    Aon Fast Track Squad
    Competition Class(es):
    Women's 470 (crew)
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    Courtney Reynolds-Smith

    Courtney won the under-20 division of the 2017 470 junior world championships in Japan with her twin sister Brianna and finished eighth overall.

    Hometown:
    Auckland
    Date of Birth:
    Teams:
    Aon Fast Track Squad
    Competition Class(es):
    Women's 470 (helm)
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    Erica Dawson

    Erica is keeping her options open after her regular 49erFX partner of 2017, Kate Stewart, decided to study medicine. The pair had forged a good record over the previous 12 months, finishing 13th at their first world championships together and winning bronze at Enoshima Olympic Week.

    Hometown:
    Auckland
    Date of Birth:
    Teams:
    Aon Fast Track Squad
    Competition Class(es):
    49erFX / Laser Radial
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    George Gautrey

    George moved up to the Laser standard in 2017 after proving himself to be one of the country’s most talented youth sailors.

    Hometown:
    Wellington
    Date of Birth:
    Teams:
    Aon Fast Track Squad
    Competition Class(es):
    Laser
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    Isaac McHardie 

    Isaac, who is a member of the Aon Fast Track programme, started sailing when aged 10, and achieved considerable success in the Optimist, P-Class, Starling, 29er and Foiling Moth and he's now Olympic campaigning in a 49er with crew, William McKenzie.

    Hometown:
    Hamilton
    Date of Birth:
    Teams:
    Aon Fast Track Squad
    Competition Class(es):
    49er (helm)
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    Logan Dunning Beck

    Logan knows what it takes to get to the top of his sport, having spent a period of the last Olympic cycle as a training partner for Olympic and world champions Peter Burling and Blair Tuke and he has shown plenty of potential himself.

    Hometown:
    Auckland
    Date of Birth:
    Teams:
    Aon Fast Track Squad
    Competition Class(es):
    49er (helm)
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    Oscar Gunn

    Oscar made the step up to the 49er in 2017, teaming up with Logan Dunning Beck.

    Hometown:
    Auckland
    Date of Birth:
    Teams:
    Aon Fast Track Squad
    Competition Class(es):
    49er (crew)
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    William McKenzie

    William has been sailing skiffs for some time and has achieved some good results with Isaac McHardie since the pair teamed up in 2017. They were fifth at the 2017 Gamagori World Cup and followed that up with another top-10 finish at Enoshima Olympic Week.

    Date of Birth:
    Teams:
    Aon Fast Track Squad
    Competition Class(es):
    49er (crew)