A new clinic has been established to help young sailors who have moved into a youth class within the previous six months and are not already attending the Aon national youth clinics.
Yachting New Zealand chief executive David Abercrombie rounds up what's happening around the traps.
New to Youth Classes Clinics are designed for sailors who have moved into a youth class within the previous 6 months and are not already attending the Aon National Youth Clinics.
Yachting New Zealand is pleased to name a team of 13 sailors to compete at the 2016 Aon Youth World Sailing Championships which run from 14 December to 20 December in Torbay, Auckland
Aon and Yachting New Zealand are celebrating the win of the Commercial Partnership Award at the 2015 Sport and Recreation Awards. This award is a prestigious one in the Sport Industry that annually recognizes the formation of one outstanding partnership between a commercial entity and a sporting organization.
Excellence and outstanding achievement in sport and recreation in New Zealand were tonight recognised at the annual Sport and Recreation Awards ceremony in Auckland. The awards showcase some of the dedicated individuals, teams, clubs and organisations around the country that embody the true spirit of sport and recreation.
Oceanbridge Sail Auckland is now underway on the second of four days of racing – and the NZL Sailing Team with Aon New Zealand are putting on the party for competitors, volunteers and event partners tomorrow night, Friday 27 April from 4:00pm. If you are involved with the event in any way, you are welcome to come have a drink and a feed with the NZL Sailing Team at the regatta venue, Royal Akarana Yacht Club!
On 19 February, the New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards Judging Panel met in Auckland to select winners in six categories: Event Excellence, Community Impact, Communication Excellence, Innovation Excellence, Commercial Partnership and the C.K. Doig Leadership Award. Yachting New Zealand and Aon New Zealand have been named as one of three finalists in the Commercial Partnership Category.
Nine sailors have been named to Yachting New Zealand’s new Aon Fast Track programme. The objective is to accelerate the most talented and dedicated 'up and coming' youth sailors to top international Olympic campaigners.The sailors were selected for Aon Fast Track based on several factors not the least of which is a string of exceptional international youth results.
Registration for this season’s Aon National Youth Clinics closes tomorrow.