NZ Team At Lake Karapiro

NZ team 13 June, 2012. 7.40 a.m. on Lake Karapiro. The 2012 U23 New Zealand Team and the 2012 NZ Junior team go out for a morning training.

HTBS received a bunch of nice pictures from Ann Woolliams, photographer and member of Rotorua Rowing Club in New Zealand. “I am often at Karapiro and always taking photos of the Elites, U23, U19 and school regattas”, Ann writes. The following are photographs taken of the NZ Team between April and June, 2012; photographs and captions by Ann.

NZ team 20 April, 2012. 7.12 a.m. on Lake Karapiro. The 2012 New Zealand Olympic Team, the 2012 U23 NZ Team and the 2012 NZ Junior team go out for a morning training.

NZ team 20 April, 2012. 8.07 a.m. on Lake Karapiro, New Zealand. The 2012 New Zealand Olympic Team, Men’s Single Scull Champion Mahe Drysdale comes in from a morning training.

NZ team 20 April, 2012. 8.45 a.m. on Lake Karapiro, New Zealand. The 2012 New Zealand Olympic Team, the 2012 U23 NZ Team and the 2012 NZ Junior team goes out for a morning training. World Men’s Single Scull Champion Mahe Drysdale with the yellow shell about to go onto water for his second row in the morning.

NZ team 20 April, 2012. 9.30 a.m. on Lake Karapiro. The 2012 New Zealand Olympic Team, Women’s Pair; (left to right) Rebecca Scown and Juliette Haigh, come in from a morning training.

NZ team 20 April, 2012. 9.31 a.m. on Lake Karapiro, New Zealand. The 2012 New Zealand Olympic Team, Lightweight Women’s Double; (left to right) Julia Edward, Lousie Ayling, come in from a morning training.

(Copyright © Ann Woolliams)

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