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Prime Minister’s Scholarship
        Programme


         Programme Guide For

Prime Minister’s Athlete Scholarships
Prime Minister’s Athlete Gold Level Scholarships




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Privacy Policy – Athletes

Purpose of collecting the information
We collect the information in the application form to enable the Prime Minister‟s
Scholarship programme panel to assess your application for a scholarship. SPARC
will also use the information from all application forms to assess the effectiveness of
the programme, and to monitor the pathway of successful athletes. This information
may then be applied to developing athletes.

Consequences of not providing all the information requested
The panel will not accept incomplete applications. The panel may contact you to
obtain the missing information, but this will not always occur.

Who we give your information to
Your application form will first be given to your National Sports Organisation (NSO)
for endorsement. Applications endorsed by NSOs are then assessed by the panel.
Panel members are from SPARC and the New Zealand Academy of Sport (NZAS).

Successful applications are given to the NZAS who use the biographical information
in their annual awards ceremonies. NSOs also receive copies of successful
applications, to monitor the implementation of the programme.

Where you can access your information
Your application information will be held by SPARC at Head Office. You can request
this information at any time by writing to:
         Prime Minister‟s Scholarship Programme Coordinator
         PO Box 2251
         Wellington 6140

If any information is inaccurate, you can contact SPARC at the above address.
SPARC will review the information, and correct it where it agrees. If SPARC does
not agree that, you can attach a statement noting your views about the accuracy of
the information held. SPARC will contact the NZAS and the relevant NSO to advise
them of any inaccuracies in your information or to ensure a copy of your statement is
attached to the information they hold about you.

How long we keep your information
Because we use the applications to track the pathways of successful athletes, and
then apply that information where appropriate to developing athletes, we need to
retain your information for up to ten years.




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Table of Contents
Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 4

Background ....................................................................................................................... 4

1.      Definitions & Interpretation .................................................................................. 5

2.      Eligibility Criteria for a Scholarship ................................................................... 6

3.      Award ......................................................................................................................... 7

4.      Application Process ............................................................................................... 8

5.      Selection .................................................................................................................... 8

6.      Qualifications ........................................................................................................... 9

7.      Athlete Requirements ............................................................................................ 9

8.      Non-Compliance with Athlete Requirements ................................................ 10

9.      Publicity ................................................................................................................... 12

10. Programme Promotion ........................................................................................ 12

11. Point of Contact ..................................................................................................... 12

12. Prime Minister’s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship ........................................ 12

Schedule 1: Selection criteria and priorities for the 2011 scholarship intake ......... 14

Schedule 2: Prime Minister’s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship 2010 Selection
Criteria and Potential Term of Award .................................................................................... 15

Schedule 3: Prime Minister’s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship qualifying events ... 16

Schedule 4: NZAS Prime Minister’s Athlete Scholarship Coordinators’
Contact Details ............................................................................................................................ 17




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Introduction
This document sets out the conditions by which the scholarship programme operates
and is written for national sporting organisations, potential applicants and current
scholarship recipients.


Background
The Prime Minister‟s Scholarship Programme is a government initiative established
in 2000. Currently there are Scholarship programmes for:
1. Athletes (established in 2000);
2. Coaches (established in 2002);
3. Officials (established in 2005); and
4. Support Team Members (established in 2006).

The Scholarship Programme is managed by SPARC on behalf of the Government.
Scholarships are aligned to SPARC‟s High Performance Strategy 2006-2012 and
scholarship outcomes must impact SPARC‟s high performance mission of:

           More Kiwi winners on the world stage.

The purpose of the scholarships is to enable emerging and talented New Zealanders
to concurrently pursue tertiary study and elite level sport development.

The programme supports the achievement of tertiary and vocational qualifications
while pursuing excellence in sport. The support is based on providing:
     Advice, including career advice, to assist recipients to effectively manage their
      lives in the pursuit of excellence;
     Financial contribution to academic fees; and
     Financial contribution to living costs which may include study expenses, books
      and equipment (referred to as the living allowance).




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1. Definitions & Interpretation
In this document, the terms set out below have the following meanings:

Applicant means the individual athlete who applies for a scholarship through their
NSO.

Application means the written application for a SPARC Prime Minister‟s Athlete
Scholarship supplied as per the standard SPARC application form and as submitted
by the NSO.

Bulk Funded means National Sport Organisations that receive one line of
appropriation (funding) from SPARC.

Carded means certified by SPARC as being eligible to access performance services
via NZAS. Carding levels have been given the names Gold, Silver, Bronze and
Emerging.

Course means series of papers, modules, units (or equivalent) enrolled and/or
undertaken within a specified timeframe (usually a six-month period or semester).

EFTS means Equivalent Full Time Study

Global Sports means four continents and 75 countries for men; three continents and
40 countries for women; and three continents and 25 countries for Winter sports.

GST means Goods and Services Tax.

NZAS means New Zealand Academy of Sport North Island and/or New Zealand
Academy of Sport South Island - SPARC‟s high performance network.

NSO means national sporting organisation.

PEGs means Performance Enhancement Grants as awarded by SPARC.

Performance Services means NZAS sport science services, sport medicine
services, Athlete Life Services and other athlete services as agreed between SPARC
and NZAS and to be applied to carded athletes.

Programme means the Prime Minister‟s Athlete Scholarship programme.

Recipient means the individual athlete who applies for a scholarship through their
NSO and is granted a scholarship by SPARC.

Scholarship means the award applied for in the application.




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Service Plan means the framework of entitlements for carded athletes to access
performance services, consistent with the NSO‟s high performance plan.

Supported Sports means
    Targeted Sports;
    World class athletes (as identified by SPARC) in sports not in the list of nine
     Targeted Sports; and
    Other sports on a contestable project basis (as identified by SPARC); and
    Other sports as determined by SPARC.

SPARC means Sport and Recreation New Zealand, a Crown Entity established
under the Sport and Recreation Act 2002.

SPARC’s High Performance Mission means more New Zealanders winning on the
world stage.

Targeted Sports means sports targeted for medal success within SPARC's High
Performance Strategy 2006-2012, and which at the publication of these guidelines
are athletics, cricket (men‟s), bike, netball (women‟s), rowing, rugby (men‟s),
yachting, swimming and triathlon.

World Class Athletes means athletes who are top 16 in Olympic sports, and top 8 in
non-Olympic global sports that are not part of the Targeted Sports.



2. Eligibility Criteria for a Scholarship
2.1.     The applicant must satisfy all of the following criteria.
         a)    Be capable of impacting SPARC‟s high performance mission, More
               Kiwi winners on the world stage. Any athlete from any sport may be
               able to impact this mission.
         b)    Submit a complete application.
         c)    Be endorsed by their NSO leading up to and during the scholarship.
         d)    Have met all athlete requirements whilst studying under scholarship in
               the previous 12 months, unless the NZAS agrees otherwise (athletes
               re-applying for a scholarship only).

2.2. The NSO must satisfy all of the following criteria.
         a)    Have no outstanding requirements in any of the four Prime Minister‟s
                Scholarship programmes.




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3. Award
3.1.     Academic Fees
    3.1.1.         A maximum of up to $10,000 per year (including GST if applicable) is
                   available for academic fees per scholarship.
    3.1.2.         Fees will not be paid at International Student rates
    3.1.3.         The amount of fees allocated at the award of the scholarship will be
                   the maximum entitlement for the scholarship year.
    3.1.4.         Academic fees may be used for courses at more than one education
                   provider.
    3.1.5.         Fees are paid directly to education providers upon receipt of an
                   itemised invoice from the education provider.
    3.1.6.         Restrictions
                   i)        Fees will not be available to recipients who receive another
                             fee-paying scholarship, except where the other scholarship
                             does not meet the full cost of the tuition fees.
                   ii)       Fees will not be available following non-refundable, late
                             withdrawal from a course.
                   iii)      Fees do not cover books, course materials or accommodation.
3.2.     Living Allowance1
                   Provided all athlete requirements are met, recipients will receive a
                   capped amount of up to $2,000 (inclusive of GST if applicable) per six
                   month period.
                   PEGS or GST registered athletes must invoice the NZAS to receive
                   living allowance payments.


    3.2.1.         Restrictions
                   i)        At all times, recipients must be enrolled in equal to or greater
                             than 0.4 EFTS in the 12 month period (whilst studying in both
                             six-month periods) or 0.2EFTS in a six-month period (if
                             studying for one six-month period) in order to receive a living
                             allowance for that period. Courses not specifying EFTS will be
                             evaluated by the NZAS on a case-by-case basis.
                   ii)       Living allowances will be recalled whenever a recipient‟s
                             course falls below the minimum EFTS, for example if a
                             recipient withdraws from a paper, unless NZAS agrees
                             otherwise.

1
 Other Support from the New Zealand Government: Recipients may be eligible to receive the student allowance
and other financial assistance administered by Study Link. For more information, see the Study Link website at
www.studylink.govt.nz



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4. Application Process
4.1.   The scholarship Programme Guide is available on the High Performance
       Sport section of SPARC‟s website at www.sparc.org.nz.
4.2.   NSOs are required to publicise, prioritise, and endorse applications.
4.3.   Applicants who have met the eligibility criteria (section 2), should contact their
       NSO as each NSO may have their own eligibility criteria.
4.4.   Applications are made on line via the High Performance Sport section of
       SPARC‟s website at www.sparc.org.nz.
4.5.   The scholarship application closing date each year is as stipulated by your
       NSO but no later than the programme deadline of 5pm, 1 December. Early
       applications are appreciated but will not be considered until after the closing
       date.
4.6.   The NZAS Regional Operations administers the programme.
4.7.   Scholarships are awarded for 12 month periods (1 January – 31 December)
       but athlete requirements apply in respect of six month periods (see section 7).
       The six month periods are 1 January – 30 June and 1 July – 31 December.
4.8.   Applications throughout the year may only be considered at the discretion of
       SPARC on a case-by-case basis. SPARC may notify NSOs in May to call for
       applications if surplus funds become available.


5. Selection
5.1.   Selection Process
       5.1.1. It is unlikely that all applicants will receive a scholarship because the
              demand for scholarships typically exceeds the financial resources
              available. Applications are assessed and prioritised by a NZAS
              assessment panel except for Bulk Funded sports, which have an
              allocation agreed in advance with SPARC. The panel comprises a
              skill set in high performance programme management, scholarship
              management and performance services.


5.2.   Selection Criteria
       5.2.1. All applications are evaluated against the criteria and priorities
              outlined in Schedule 1.


5.3.   Selection Outcome
       5.3.1. Applications will be either approved or declined.
       5.3.2. SPARC will notify NSOs in writing of both approved and declined
              applications by 24 December of the year in which they apply. NSOs



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             are required to advise their declined applicants as soon as possible
             after this.
      5.3.3. NZAS will notify approved applicants by 24 December of the year in
             which they apply.


6. Qualifications
   6.1.   To be eligible, the qualification sought by the applicant must appear on
          the New Zealand Register of Quality Assured Qualifications, found at
          www.kiwiquals.govt.nz. These qualifications have been approved by the
          relevant quality assurance body (New Zealand Qualifications Authority,
          Committee on University Academic Programmes or Institutes of
          Technology and Polytechnics Quality). Exceptions may be made by
          NZAS for pre-requisite and co-requisite courses for a quality-assured
          qualification.
   6.2.   The qualifications must be at the tertiary (post-secondary) level and must
          be open to other students outside of the programme.
   6.3.   The range of eligible qualifications can cover trades, short courses such
          as undergraduate certificates and diplomas through to post-graduate
          study.
   6.4.   Scholarships will only be provided for study at an education provider that
          is registered in New Zealand and whose qualifications appear on the New
          Zealand Register of Quality Assured Qualifications. Exceptions may be
          made by NZAS for Level 1 carded athletes.


7. Athlete Requirements
   7.1.   Academic
          7.1.1.      All study must be passed by the recipient in each six-month
                      period. Late withdrawals, incomplete, did not sit, did not
                      complete and failed papers are not deemed to be „passed.‟


   7.2.   Progress Reports
          7.2.1.      A progress report must be completed by the recipient for each
                      six-month period. The due dates are:
                     i)    5pm, 1 July for study between 1 January – 30 June (may
                           include summer school courses); and
                     ii)   5pm, 1 December for study between 1 July – 31
                           December (may include summer school courses).
          7.2.2.      Progress reports must be submitted on line by the recipient at
                      the High Performance Sport section of SPARC‟s website



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                    www.sparc.org.nz. When prompted, please select the NZAS
                    Regional Operation that administers your scholarship.


  7.3.   Anti-Doping
         7.3.1.     Attendance by the recipient at a full Drug Free Sport New
                    Zealand-approved anti-doping seminar is required for first time
                    Prime Minister's Athlete Scholarship recipients in the first
                    twelve months in which the scholarship is awarded.
         7.3.2.     If the recipient is unable to attend an approved anti-doping
                    seminar within the appropriate timeframe for reasons
                    acceptable to NZAS, then the recipient must complete the
                    alternative Drug Free Sport New Zealand requirement.
         7.3.3.     Recipients are required to adhere to the anti-doping policy of
                    the NSO and comply with the World Anti-Doping Code.



  7.4.   Tax & Income Declaration
         7.4.1.     GST and income tax obligations are the responsibility of the
                    recipient. SPARC recommends advice is sought from the
                    Inland Revenue Department.
         7.4.2.     Living allowance payments will count toward the income
                    assessment for student allowances through Study Link. You
                    must declare this living allowance, and all other income,
                    according to Study Link procedures. For more information,
                    see the Study Link website at www.studylink.govt.nz.
         7.4.3.     From 1 January 2009 PM Scholarship funding has attracted
                    GST, for both the funding SPARC receives from the
                    Government and those funds SPARC distributes to NSO‟s and
                    NZAS.


8. Non-Compliance with Athlete Requirements
  8.1.   The athlete requirements set out in sections 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4 are
         collectively referred to as the “athlete requirements.” Failure to meet all
         athlete requirements during a twelve-month scholarship period (1 January
         – 31 December) will deem the recipient ineligible to apply for a
         scholarship for the next twelve-month scholarship period in which you
         study, unless the NZAS agrees otherwise.
  8.2.   If you think you have not met the athlete requirements, we advise you to
         immediately contact your NZAS Regional Prime Minister‟s Athlete
         Scholarship Coordinator (their contact details can be found in Schedule 4)
         or Athlete Life Advisor.


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8.3.   One instance of failure to comply with any one of sections 7.1, 7.2, 7.3
       and/or 7.4 constitutes non-compliance with the athlete requirements. The
       following are examples of non-compliance with the athlete requirements:
           Failure to pass a course in which the recipient has been enrolled;
           Late withdrawal with no refund from a course in which the recipient
            has been enrolled;
           Failure to submit a six-monthly progress report;
           Late submission of a six-monthly progress report;
           Failure to attend a full Drug Free Sport New Zealand-approved anti-
            doping seminar in the first twelve months of being awarded a
            scholarship, and
           Any anti-doping violation under the World Anti-Doping Code.


8.4.   Non-Compliance in the First Six-Month Period
       8.4.1.       Non-compliance with the athlete requirements in the first six-
                    month period will result in a Deferred Living Payment Situation,
                    unless the NZAS agrees otherwise.
       8.4.2.       Deferred Living Payment Situation.
                    The recipient will have their living allowance for the next six-
                    month period in which they study through the programme
                    reimbursed retrospectively only if all athlete requirements are
                    met in this period.
       8.4.3.       The NZAS may agree to contribute to the cost of re-sitting
                    courses/papers already paid for by the programme but this is
                    at the discretion of the NZAS.


8.5.   Removal from the Non-Compliant Situation
           8.5.1.   The recipient will be removed from the non-compliant situation
                    when either:
                    i)     All athlete requirements are fulfilled; and/or
                    ii)    The recipient repays the scholarship academic fees for
                           any course that was not passed.


8.6.   Repeated or Serious Non-Compliance with Athlete Requirements
       8.6.1.       Recipients will be placed in a debt situation (see below) or
                    removed permanently from the programme for repeated or
                    serious non-compliance including, by way of example, but not
                    limited to:
                    i)     Bringing the programme into disrepute; or




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                       ii)    Repeated     non-compliance     with       the    athlete
                              requirements; or
                       iii)   Knowingly defrauding the programme.
           8.6.2.     Debt Situation
                      The recipient will be suspended from the programme and
                      required to repay all scholarship academic fees and living
                      allowance for the six-month period in which the recipient is
                      studying through the programme.
           8.6.3.     The recipient will be removed from the Debt Situation after the
                      six-month period when either:
                       i)     The recipient repays the amount owing; or
                       ii)    The amount owing is deducted from the recipient‟s next
                              scholarship payment(s).


9. Publicity
   9.1.    The Minister for Sport and Recreation publicly announces scholarship
           recipients. Typically, this announcement occurs in January. Prior to this
           announcement, selection outcomes are to remain strictly confidential.
   9.2.    SPARC is to be acknowledged in any publication of any work or any
           activities funded by the scholarship.


10. Programme Promotion
   10.1.   SPARC and/or NZAS may use images of recipients to promote the PM
           Scholarship programme at no charge.
   10.2.   SPARC and/or NZAS may use recipients to promote the PM Scholarship
           programme at no charge (e.g. presenting certificates at a PM Scholarship
           awards ceremony).


11. Point of Contact
   11.1.   Queries, issues and requests for assistance should be addressed to the
           NZAS Regional Prime Minister‟s Athlete Scholarship Coordinators. Their
           contact details can be found in Schedule 4.


12. Prime Minister’s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship
   12.1.   A separate level of scholarship known as the Prime Minister‟s Athlete
           Gold level Scholarship is available to eligible recipients after they are de-
           carded and/or retire from international competition.
   12.2.   Schedule 2 sets out the potential eligibility term, which can be
           accumulated to a maximum of three (3) years. Athletes may be eligible for



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        a Prime Minister‟s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship based on their
        performance results at pinnacle events as agreed annually between
        NSOs and SPARC as set out in Schedule 3. Funding for the Prime
        Minister‟s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship is capped, and not all applicants
        may receive a scholarship. Selection priority will be given to the highest
        performing athletes at pinnacle events. The scholarship award is the
        same as that outlined in section 3.
12.3.   The application process is the same as that outlined in section 4 with one
        exception. Applications for Gold Level Scholarships do not require NSO
        endorsement.
12.4.   The selection process is the same as that outlined in section 5 but with
        different criteria used. These criteria are outlined in Schedule 2.
12.5.   Applicants for Gold Level Scholarships are expected to comply with all of
        the other requirements as outlined in sections 6-10 with the exception of
        the anti doping requirements in section 7.3 where the athlete has retired.
12.6.   Recipients must start their course of study within 12 months of being de-
        carded and/or retiring from international competition and complete their
        course of study within three years of commencement.




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                                 Schedule 1:
      Selection criteria and priorities for the 2011 scholarship intake


Applications are rated against the following selection criteria as outlined below. The
key selection criteria may not be weighted evenly and other selection criteria may be
considered.


          Key Selection Criteria Considered                 Likely Selection Priorities


 Past                                                   1. Level 1 & 2 carded athletes from
   Receipt and impact of previous scholarships            SPARC targeted and contestable
   Adherence to the programme‟s athlete requirements      sports: (Athletics, Bike, Netball,
                                                           Rowing, Swimming, Triathlon,
 Present                                                   Canoeing, Equestrian, women‟s
   Endorsement and ranking by NSO                         football, Men‟s and Women‟s
   Course work load is appropriate to meet sport          Hockey, Paralympics, Winter
    performance goals                                      Performance Programme and
   Ability to adhere to the programme‟s athlete           Yachting).
    requirements                                        2. Rugby and Cricket (up to 20
   Impact on SPARC‟s high performance mission             scholarships allocated per sport).
                                                        3. Level 1 and 2 carded athletes
 Future                                                    from sports not listed above.
  Impact on SPARC‟s high performance mission           4. Level 3 and 4 carded athletes
                                                        5. Athletes receiving PEGs.
                                                        6. Other athletes who have the
                                                           potential to impact SPARC‟s high
                                                           performance mission.




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                                      Schedule 2:
                    Prime Minister’s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship
                  2010 Selection Criteria and Potential Term of Award


Potential Term of Scholarship
The potential term of the Prime Minister‟s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship is based on
the highest performance level attained at pinnacle events as outlined in the following
table.

Funding for the Prime Minister‟s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship is capped, and not
all applicants may receive a scholarship. Selection priority will be given to the
highest performing athletes at pinnacle events.

The final, approved term of the scholarship will be determined through the selection
process and using the selection criteria below.

                                                                                      2
      Individual Sport Athletes                        Team Sport Athletes                          Paralympic Sport Athletes


    Performance             Potential            Performance                Potential            Performance                Potential
                            Term of                                         Term of                                         Term of
                             Award                                           Award                                           Award


    Top 8 placing                                Top 6 placing                                   Top 3 placing
    at nominated              1 year             at nominated                 1 year             at nominated                 1 year
    Pinnacle                                     Pinnacle                                        Pinnacle
    event                                        event                                           event




Selection Criteria
Applications are rated against selection criteria as outlined below. The selection
criteria may not be weighted evenly and other selection criteria may be considered.


                        Key Selection Criteria Considered


    Past
      Adherence to the programme‟s athlete requirements
      Contribution (value, commitment and/or longevity) to the NSO
      Performance at pinnacle events

    Present / Future
      Ability to adhere to the programme‟s athlete requirements



2
  Athletes from teams of eight or fewer e.g. cycling team pursuit, swimming relay, rowing four will be treated as individuals for
the purposes of this programme. The exception is for a rowing eight and coxswain, who will all be treated as individuals.




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                               Schedule 3:
    Prime Minister’s Athlete Gold Level Scholarship qualifying events


The following table outlines the 2010 Prime Minister‟s Athlete Scholarship-qualifying
events as agreed between NSOs and SPARC that will apply to 2011 eligibility.
Please note that events in this table may not be the same as the events used to
determine eligibility for PEGs.

Sport           PMAS GL Qualifying Event              Date              Host Country
Basketball      World Championships (Men)             28 Aug - 12 Sep   Turkey
Bike            UCI World Track Championships         24 - 28 Mar       Denmark
                UCI World BMX Championships           29 Jul - 1 Aug    South Africa
                UCI World MTB Championships           31 Aug - 5 Sep    Canada
                UCI World Road Championships          29 Sep - 3 Oct    Australia
Bowls           Commonwealth Games                    3 - 14 Oct        India
Canoe           ICF World Championships               19 - 22 Aug       Poland
Equestrian      FEI World Equestrian Games            25 Sep - 10 Oct   United States
Hockey          Men's Hockey World Cup                28 Feb - 13 Mar   India
                Women's Hockey World Cup              30 Aug - 12 Sep   Argentina
Ice Sports      Winter Olympic Games                  12 - 28 Feb       Canada
Netball         Commonwealth Games                    3 - 14 Oct        India
                Winter Paralympics                    12 – 21 Mar       Canada
                UCI Para Cycling Road World           17 - 22 Aug       Canada
Paralympics     Championship
                IPC World Swimming Championships      16 - 23 Aug       Holland
Rowing          World Rowing Championships            31 Oct - 7 Nov    New Zealand
Snow Sports     Winter Olympic Games                  12 - 28 Feb       Canada
Squash          Commonwealth Games                    3 - 14 Oct        India
Swimming        FINA Open Water Championships         15 - 23 Jul       Canada
Triathlon       ITU Triathlon World Championship GF   8 Sep             Hungary
Yachting        49er World Championships              2 - 9 Jan         Bahamas
                Laser Radial World Championships      6 - 14 Jul        Great Britain
                470 World Championships               9 - 18 Jul        The Netherlands
                420 World Championships               22 - 31 Jul       Israel
                Sail for Gold (Star)                  8 - 14 Aug        United Kingdom
                RS:X World Championships              26 Aug - 5 Sep    Denmark
                Finn Gold Cup                         27 Aug - 4 Sep    United States
                Laser World Championship              27 - 5 Sep        Great Britain




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                                     Schedule 4:
                NZAS Prime Minister’s Athlete Scholarship Coordinators’
                                   Contact Details



NZAS Regional        Prime Minister’s Athlete   Contact Details
  Operation          Scholarship Coordinator


 North Island     Chris Kirman                  Physical Address:
                  chrisk@nzasni.org.nz          New Zealand Academy of Sport – North Island
                  TEL: 09 477 5420              Millennium Institute
                  Fax: 09 479 1486              17 Antares Place, Mairangi Bay
                  MOBILE: 021 76 8882           North Shore City

                                                Postal Address:
                                                PO Box 18 444
                                                Glen Innes
                                                Auckland



 South Island     Amanda Gould                  New Zealand Academy of Sport – South Island
                  amanda@asi.org.nz             40 Logan Park Drive
                  TEL: 03 477 4410              PO Box 6087
                  FAX: 03 477 4459              Dunedin 9059




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