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Jackson Keon and Scott McKenzie

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.

Aon

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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  • Josh Armit

    Josh Armit

    Josh was an immensely talented youth sailor, having won the boy’s Laser Radial at the 2018 youth sailing world championships, but has recently switched attention to windfoiling, which will make its debut at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

    Region
    Auckland
    Date of Birth:
    Competition Class(es):
    Windfoiling
  • Scott McKenzie

    Scott Mckenzie

    Top three sailing accomplishments:

    2018 Youth Sailing World Championships 2nd boy's 29er 2017 US 29er national championships 1st 2017 29er World Championships  5th

     

    World Sailing Sailor Bio

    Hometown:
    Auckland
    Date of Birth:
    Competition Class(es):
    49er (crew)
  • Seb Menzies Profile

    Seb Menzies

    Top three sailing accomplishments:

    2019 Youth Sailing World Championships, 420 - 1st

    2019 420 Open World Championships - 2nd

    2018 420 Open World Champion

    Hometown:
    Auckland
    Region
    Auckland
    Date of Birth:
    Competition Class(es):
    29er and 49erFX crew
  • Veerle ten Have

    Veerle ten Have

    Veerle is this country’s top prospect in women’s windfoiling, having dominated the local scene for a number of years.

    Hometown:
    Tauranga
    Date of Birth:
    Competition Class(es):
    Windfoiling