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ANZ Olympic and Paralympic Pathway Programmes

The ANZ Olympic and Paralympic Pathway Programmes, are two-year, tailored programmes that support the next generation of athletes. The comprehensive programmes give each chosen athlete the tools and skills they need to succeed both financially and from a personal growth perspective.

“I do it all because I want to win … I don’t think I could push as hard as I do every day if that wasn’t my end goal.”

Paralympic swimmer, Jesse Reynolds

Meet our ANZ Olympic Pathway athletes

Lewis Clareburt - Swimming

Lewis Clareburt - Swimming

Lewis is looking at making his first appearance in the Olympic Games this year in 2021 after having an extremely successful 2018 at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games winning bronze in the men’s 400m individual medley.

Olivia McTaggart - Athletics (Pole Vault)

Olivia McTaggart - Athletics (Pole Vault)

After representing New Zealand for the first time in 2018 in Women’s Pole Vault, Olivia is looking at making her Olympic debut in Tokyo this year after placing 9th at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Nicole Van Der Kaay - Triathlete

Nicole Van Der Kaay - Triathlete

After making her first appearance on the World Triathlon Series in 2016 and winning bronze as part of the mixed team relay at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, Nicole is looking strong and on track for the Olympic Games in Tokyo this year.

Meet our ANZ Paralympic Pathway athletes

Holly Robinson - Para Athletics (Javelin)

Holly Robinson - Para Athletics (Javelin)

Hollys first attendance at the Paralympics was at the London 2012 Paralympic Games and then competed a second time in 2016 at the Rio Paralympic Games where she won silver medal in the Women’s Javelin. Holly competes in Javelin and looks forward to competing in the Paralympics in Tokyo this year.

Jesse Reynolds - Para Swimming

Jesse Reynolds - Para Swimming

Jesse started swimming at age 11 and has since achieved some exceptional results including competing at the Melbourne 2009 Paralympic Youth Games. Jesses first Paralympic appearance was in the Rio 2016 Games and his sights are now set on competing in Tokyo this year.

Tupou Neiufi - Para Swimming

Tupou Neiufi - Para Swimming

At the young age of 15 years old, Tupou made her debut in the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, placing 7th in the Women’s 100m Backstroke and is now looking to compete yet again at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo this year after a number of successful years of racing since 2016 which include placing 6th in the Women’s 100m Backstroke at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.