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Kate Souness

I recently sailed as a crew member on board Ngahiraka Mai Tawhiti alongside Te Aurere from Rapanui to Tahiti as part of the Waka Tapu voyage. I was a crew member on the second leg of the voyage and I was flown alongside other crew to meet the waka in Rapanui. We left New Zealand for Rapanui on November 26. I’ve been sailing with Te Aurere for 10 years now, mainly at weekend wānanga. This was my first long voyage.

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Neena Woodgate

Neena Woodgate, 17, was chosen for the Aotearoa Māori Netball Secondary School team this year, the only kōtiro from Te Waipounamu. Within 10 days of being named in the squad, Neena was immersed in a two-day training camp in Auckland, and was then off to Adelaide for the Trans-Tasman Secondary Schools tournament.

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Hayden Wilson

Hayden Wilson is head coach at the Groundworx Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Club in Christchurch, which he launched a year ago with his wife Angela. He began training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu 10 years ago and currently holds the rank of brown belt.

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