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Courtney Rennie, is off to the Under 23 World Rowing Championships

Courtney Rennie, is off to the Under 23 World Rowing Championships with DML in full support as one of her sponsors.

In April Courtney was selected for the New Zealand Under 23 Rowing Team for the Women’s Lightweight Single Scull (LW1X), with the regatta to be held in Plovdiv, Bulgaria from July 19 to 23rd. Courtney has been working really hard for the past year to make the team and is hugely excited and humbled by the opportunity.

A typical training week at Rowing New Zealand’s High Performance Centre at Lake Karapiro sees her clocking up over 30 hours per week on the water, in the gym and on the bike but she does get Sundays off to recover!

As a company, we see a nice fit in supporting young talent who are committed to their goals.

If you would like to know more about Courtney take a look at …

http://www2.nzherald.co.nz/hamilton-news/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503366&objectid=11883057