ESNZ High Performance Coach to take a new direction

Equestrian Sport New Zealand’s High Performance coach Erik Duvander is leaving his position with thescreen-shot-2016-10-28-at-16-22-13 New Zealand Eventing Team. 

Duvander, who has worked with ESNZ since 2016, has chosen to take a new direction away from eventing. ESNZ high performance director Sarah Dalziell-Clout thanked him for his significant contribution to the team and dedication to the development of the high performance programme over the last 10 years and wished him well for the future.

“Like all Olympic sports, we are currently in the process of a review and debrief,” said Dalziell-Clout. “As a part of that we are looking at our programme from an end-to-end perspective to continue to develop what has already been put in place and to make those changes required to ensure future sustainable success on the world stage.”

ESNZ is working closely with High Performance Sport New Zealand throughout the review and will have a clearer understanding of the structure within the programme once the HPSNZ investment decisions are announced in December.

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