New Zealand has wrapped up its most successful Commonwealth Games off shore, finishing with 46 medals, including 15 Gold medals! It’s also been a huge triumph for Team USANA New Zealand, with our Kiwis bringing home Gold.
Our high performance athletes have claimed victory in many sports, and New Zealand gymnast and coach, David Bishop, even ticked off his last competition ever as an athlete, sending off his career with a flip for the media as he arrived back in New Zealand!
Congratulate Team USANA New Zealand with us!
Brooke Neal – Women’s Hockey – Gold
Joelle King – Squash
– Women’s Singles – Gold
– Mixed Doubles – Bronze
David Bishop – Men’s Artistic Gymnastics–New Zealand team–6th
Last competition as an athlete complete. What a way to see out my gym career. My highlight= hanging out with all of the other athletes, from all sorts of sports.
Another Congratulation to Our Aussie Medalled Athletes Including:
- Dane Sampson –Shooting – Men’s 10m Air Rifle – GOLD
- Daniel Repacholi – Men’s 50m Pistol – GOLD
- Cameron Pillay – Squash – Mixed Double – GOLD
- Elena Galiabovitch –Shooting – Women’s 25m Pistol – SILVER, Women’s 10m Air Pistol – BRONZE
- Jason Whateley – Boxing – Men’s 91kg – SILVER
- Joshua Beaver – Swimming – Men’s 200m Backstroke – BRONZE
Let’s not forget about the below Aussie athletes who were talented enough to compete at the 2018 Commonwealth games!
- Brianna Beahan – Hurdles -Women’s 100m Hurdles – 5th
- Heming Hu – Table Tennis – Men’s Team 5th, Men’s Single 9th, Men’s Doubles 5th, Mixed Doubles 9th
- Sawan Serasinghe – Badminton – Men’s Doubles 9th, Mixed Doubles 5th, Mixed Team Event 5th
- Leeanne Choo – Badminton – Mixed team Event 5th
- Luke Wadsworth – Gymnastics – Men’s Team 5th
- David McKeon – Swimming – Men’s 400m Freestyle 6th
- Paul Adams – Shooting – Men’s Skeet 7th
- William Godward – Shooting – Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions 12th
- James Willett – Shooting – Men’s Double Trap 6th
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