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CAMPBELL Kate Athlete
CERVIN Georgia Athlete
CHAN Perry Athlete
CHAN Alan Athlete
CHAN Michelle Athlete
CHOI Garbo Athlete
CLAYTON Shannon Athlete
COOPER Mark Athlete
DICKEY Alan Team Official
DONALDSON Angus Athlete

CAMPBELL Kate
First Name Last Name Gender
Kate Campbell Female
Sport Athletics
Event/s 1500m
WeightClass/Playing Position
Personal Best 4.37
Main Sporting Achievements
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2004
2004
2004
2004
New Zealand Secondary School Cross Country Championships
New Zealand National Athletes Championships Under 17 Womens 1500m
New Zealand National Athletics Championships Under 17 Womens 800m
North Island Secondary Schools Athletic Championships 1500m & 3000m
2nd
1st
3rd
1st
Representative Honours
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
Forthcoming Major Competitions
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament
Other Interesting Information
Inspiration for Taking up the Sport
Sportsperson whom they Most Admire

CERVIN Georgia
First Name Last Name Gender
Georgia Cervin Female
Sport Gymnastics
Event/s Artistic
WeightClass/Playing Position
Personal Best National 2nd
Main Sporting Achievements
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2001
2002
2004
Australian National Club - Stage 3
Australian National Clubs - Stage 4
New Zealand National Championships
1st A A
2nd A A
2nd A A
Representative Honours
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2001
2001
2002
2004
2004
Youth World Aerobics Championships
Australian National Clubs
Australian National Clubs
Pacific Alliance Junior
Alster Pokai Hamburg Senior
9th
1st
2nd
20th
4th
Forthcoming Major Competitions
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament
January 2005
February 2005
Sydney Youth Olympic Festival
W O E A Classic
Other Interesting Information
Peter Snell Institute of Sport scholarship holder.
Inspiration for Taking up the Sport
It looked like fun.
Sportsperson whom they Most Admire

CHAN Perry
First Name Last Name Gender
Perry Chan Male
Sport Tenpin Bowling
Event/s
WeightClass/Playing Position
Personal Best 267
Main Sporting Achievements
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2003 National Championships, Junior Open 1st
Representative Honours
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2002 5th Asian Schools Bowling Championships
Forthcoming Major Competitions
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament
2004 Commonwealth Youth Games
Other Interesting Information
My family plays ten pin bowling also. I used to play rugby.
Inspiration for Taking up the Sport
I have been bowling since I was really young, so I guess bowling at the highest level would be of inspiration.
Sportsperson whom they Most Admire
Parker Bohn III

CHAN Alan
First Name Last Name Gender
Alan Chan Male
Sport Badminton
Event/s
WeightClass/Playing Position
Personal Best
Main Sporting Achievements
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2004
2004
New Zealand Junior Championships - Singles & Mixed Doubles
Australasian Under 17 Championships, Doubles And Mixed Doubles
Winner
Winner
Representative Honours
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2004 Under 19 Tri-nations Team
Forthcoming Major Competitions
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament
2004 Hong Kong Open
Other Interesting Information
I like music, scuba diving and gunbound.
Inspiration for Taking up the Sport
Sportsperson whom they Most Admire
Peter Gade

CHAN Michelle
First Name Last Name Gender
Michelle Chan Female
Sport Badminton
Event/s Singles
Doubles
Mixed Doubles
WeightClass/Playing Position
Personal Best
Main Sporting Achievements
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2002
2003
2004
Under 17 Australasian Carnival - Winner Of 3 Events
Under 17 Australasia Carnival - Winner Of 3 Events
Under 19 Australasian Carnival
Ranked 1st In Australasia
Ranked 1st In Australasia
Ranked 3rd In Australasia
Representative Honours
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2004 Under 19 New Zealand Tri Nations Team 1st
Forthcoming Major Competitions
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament
Other Interesting Information
Inspiration for Taking up the Sport
Sportsperson whom they Most Admire
Ever - Swindell twins.

CHOI Garbo
First Name Last Name Gender
Garbo Choi Female
Sport Badminton
Event/s
WeightClass/Playing Position
Personal Best
Main Sporting Achievements
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2004
2003
2003
2003
June Bevan Under 17s - Mixed Doubles
Nationals Under 16s Mixed Doubles
Nationals Under 16s Girls Doubles
North Island Championships - Under 16s Mixed Doubles
Winner
Winner
Winner
Winner
Representative Honours
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2004
2004
2004
Tri-nations
June Bevan Under 17
Nationals - North Harbour Representative


Forthcoming Major Competitions
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament
Other Interesting Information
Other sports I enjoy include windsurfing & snowboarding. My nicknames are "Garbino", "Screamer" and "G".
Inspiration for Taking up the Sport
It's an awesome sport and I love it!
Sportsperson whom they Most Admire
Sara Runesten Peterson - New Zealand & Camilla Martin - Denmark.

CLAYTON Shannon
First Name Last Name Gender
Shannon Clayton Female
Sport Swimming
Event/s 400m Free, 800m Free, 1500m Free, 200m Back, 200m Im, 400m Im
WeightClass/Playing Position
Personal Best
Main Sporting Achievements
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2004
2004
N Z Age Group Championships
1st In 100m Bk, 200m Bk, 200im, 400im
2nd In 400m Free, 800m Free
N Z Open Championships
2nd In 200im, 800 Free, 3rd In 400im< 200m Back

Representative Honours
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2003
2004
2004
Australian Youth Oympic Festival
Oceania Swimming Championships
World Short Course Championships

1st 5km Open Water
Forthcoming Major Competitions
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament
January 2005 Australian Youth Olympic Festival
Other Interesting Information
Multiple regional records
Inspiration for Taking up the Sport
No inspiration, just wanted to learn how to swim, progressed from there.
Sportsperson whom they Most Admire
Lance Armstrong

COOPER Mark
First Name Last Name Gender
Mark Cooper Male
Sport Swimming
Event/s 200m Backstroke
100m Backstroke
(400 Im, 200 Fly, 400 Free)
WeightClass/Playing Position
Personal Best 2:08.90
Main Sporting Achievements
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2004
2004
2004
2004
200m Backstroke / N Z Open Championships
200m Back 17-18 Yrs / N Z National Age Group Chyamps
100m Back 17-18 Yrs N Z Nat. Age Gr Champs
50m Back 17-18 Yrs / N Z Nat. Age Gr Champs
2nd Place
1st Place
2nd Place
3rd Place
Representative Honours
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2003
2004
N Z Team - Trans Tasman Series Australia
N Z Team Member Oceana Championships Fiji
3rd 200 Back
6th 200 Back
Forthcoming Major Competitions
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament
1-3 Dec 04
19-23 Jan 05
Youth Commonwealth Games - 100/200m Backstroke
Australian Youth Olympic Festival, Sydney Aust.
Other Interesting Information
Hold several Northland Open SC and LC Records. Hobbies - music
Inspiration for Taking up the Sport
Because I love the water and I was always around the pool deck because my Mum is a swim coach.
Sportsperson whom they Most Admire
Lance Armstrong - because he camem so close to dying and his remarkable guts and determination brought him back to the top of his sport.

DONALDSON Angus
First Name Last Name Gender
Angus Donaldson Male
Sport Badminton
Event/s
WeightClass/Playing Position Under 54kg Bantamweight
Personal Best
Main Sporting Achievements
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2000
2002
2003
2004
New Zealand Boxing Champion - Junior
New Zealand Boxing Champion - Junior
New Zealand Boxing Champion - Intermediate
New Zealand Boxing Champion - Intermediate
38kg
51kg
54kg
57kg
Representative Honours
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament Position
2004
2004
New Zealand Mens Oceania Boxing Team - Tonga
New Zealand Development Boxing Team - Tahiti
54kg
54kg
Forthcoming Major Competitions
Year/s Event/Championship/Tournament
Other Interesting Information
5 New Zealand boxing titles, New Zealand men's boxing team - bronze medal at Oceania Games in Tonga 2004.
Inspiration for Taking up the Sport
To learn self-defence for boarding school.
Sportsperson whom they Most Admire
Mark Donaldson

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