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Stunning medal haul by Seniors at NRCs
2nd March 2019
They almost reached the ton. Red Beach’s Senior athletes returned from the Northern Region Championships at Omaha with not only the overall points trophy.
They also came away with a very hefty haul of 96 medals which comprised of 31 Gold, 30 Silver and 35 Bronze.
With the club’s Juniors having won the Junior Points Trophy, also at Omaha, just three weeks earlier, the Seniors made it a clean sweep.
The next major event for the athletes are the NZ Championships at Mt Maunganui from 22-24 March.
For the full list of placegetters at the NRCs, click here
Here’s our gallery on some of the Red Beach Gold medallists …
Pictured above ... the Flying Reddaz crew won 4 Gold medals in canoe events at Omaha. From left: Rachael Duff, Robyn Presland, Anita Savage, Georgina Hall.
Winners of the Open Men's Taplin Relay, from left: Hamish Gledhill, Jack Gavin, Sam Readman, Kees Kramer, Daniel Cairns, Kade Scheib.
Hannah Turner, winner of individual Gold medals in the U16 Diamond event and the U19 Women's 2km Beach Run.
Kalani Gilbertson won Gold medals in the U16 Ski U16 Board finals.
Winners of the Open Women's Taplin Relay, from left: Louise Aitken, Rachel Hare, Jade Hughes.
The Red Beach Boomers crew took out the Open Men's Short Course surf boat event.
The Red Beach Rabbits U23 crew won Gold medals in the Long Course and Short Course surf boat events.
Te Maia Pihema finished first in the U19 Men's 2km Beach Run.
Red Beach finished 1st and 3rd in the U16 Women's Surf Teams event. Top of dais, from left: Kate Rogers, Josie Cornish, Hannah Turner, Thea Stout.
Angus Henare was a double Gold medallist, winning the U16 & U19 Beach Flags event.
The Red Hot Chillis crew won Gold medals in the U19 Womens Short Course & Long Course canoe events.
The duo of Kees Kramer, left, and Lachie Nicholls placed first in the U19 Men's Board Rescue final.