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The Celebration Project moves to the Waikato ‘numbering’ and acknowledging a further 18 New Zealand Paralympians
Published on 21-Jun-2019

The Celebration Project moves to the Waikato ‘numbering’ and acknowledging a further 18 New Zealand Paralympians

This evening Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) marked the third community event as part of The Celebration Project, where over the next 12 months in the lead-up to Tokyo 2020, the achievements of New...
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Paralympian #90 Jayne Craike: an equestrian without equal
Published on 19-Jun-2019

Paralympian #90 Jayne Craike: an equestrian without equal

At 17 and a hugely promising member of the British Junior Show Jumping Team, Jayne Craike had an accident that changed the course of her life. But her hugely competitive spirit, and incredible...
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The Celebration Project moves to Northland ‘numbering’ and acknowledging a further 6 New Zealand Paralympians
Published on 31-May-2019

The Celebration Project moves to Northland ‘numbering’ and acknowledging a further 6 New Zealand Paralympians

This evening Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) marked the second community event as part of The Celebration Project, where over the next 12 months in the lead-up to Tokyo 2020, the achievements of New...
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Brian Froggatt - Paralympian #33 and a tower of strength
Published on 29-May-2019

Brian Froggatt - Paralympian #33 and a tower of strength

Brian Froggatt represented New Zealand in Paralympics in both Para athletics and Para powerlifting. At 61, he’s still winning titles and challenging his body to go beyond its limits. Margot Butcher...
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Tim Johnson: Paralympian #126 and a Wheel Blacks Legend
Published on 2-May-2019

Tim Johnson: Paralympian #126 and a Wheel Blacks Legend

Tim Johnson’s life changed forever the day after his 19th birthday. Here, New Zealand’s 126th Paralympian and Wheelchair rugby legend tells James Borrowdale how that accident changed the narrative...
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The Celebration Project kicks off in Auckland making history by ‘numbering’ and acknowledging New Zealand Paralympians for the first time
Published on 2-May-2019

The Celebration Project kicks off in Auckland making history by ‘numbering’ and acknowledging New Zealand Paralympians for the first time

This evening Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) will mark the beginning of The Celebration Project, where over the next 12 months in the lead-up to Tokyo 2020, the achievements of New Zealand’s 209...
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