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    Halberg Awards: the nominations

    The full list of Halberg Awards nominations, spread among 27 different sports and 71 athletes.


    THE FULL LIST OF HALBERG AWARDS NOMINATIONS:

    * Sportsman of the Year:

    Aaron Gate (cycling), Aiken Hakes (croquet), Beauden Barrett (rugby), Brendon Hartley motorsport), Chris Wood (football), Ethan Mitchell (cycling), George Bennett (cycling), Jason Wynyard (wood chopping), Joel Henare (shearing), John Kirkpatrick (shearing), Kane Williamson (cricket), Michael Venus (tennis), Peter Michael (ice speed skating), Robbie Manson (rowing), Sam Gaze (cycling), Tom Walsh (athletics).

    * Sportswoman of the Year:

    Ali Riley (football), Amy Satterthwaite (cricket), Annabelle Anderson (stand-up paddleboard), Gase Sanita (mixed martial arts), Lisa Carrington (canoe racing), Portia Woodman (rugby), Roisin Giles (taekwon-do), Sarah Goss (rugby).

    * Disabled Sportsperson of the Year:

    Corey Peters (para alpine skiing), Holly Robinson (para athletics), Jessica Hamill (para athletics), Keegan Pitcher (para athletics), Sophie Pascoe (para swimming), Stephen Hills (para cycling), William Stedman (para athletics).

    * Team of the Year:

    All Whites (football), Black Ferns (rugby), Black Ferns Sevens (rugby), Black Sox (softball), Brendon Hartley and Earl Bamber (motorsport), rowing double sculls (Brooke Donoghue and Olivia Loe), Team NZ (yachting), rowing men's double (Chris Harris and John Storey), cycling men's team pursuit (Regan Gough, Pieter Bulling, Dylan Kennett, Nick Kergozou), cycling men's team sprint (Eddie Dawkins, Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster), NZ shearing and woolhandling team, NZ International taekwon-do team, NZ under-21 netball team, yachting women's 49erFX (Alex Maloney and Molly Meech), rowing womn's coxless pair (Grace Prendergast and Kerri Gowler), canoe racing women's K2 (Lisa Carrington and Caitlin Ryan), cycling women's team pursuit (Racquel Sheath, Rushlee Buchanan, Kirstie James, Jaime Nielsen, Michaela Drummond).

    * Coach of the Year:

    Anthony Peden (cycling), Dale Stevenson (athletics), Gary Hay (rowing), Glenn Moore (rugby), Gordon Walker (canoe racing), Mark Sorenson (softball), Murray Jones and Ray Davies (yachting), Nathan Handley (yachting), Simon Finnel (cycling), Stu MacDonald (para cycling).

    * Emerging Talent:

    Anna Leat (football), Bianca Koper (taekwon-do), Chris Arbuthnott (para swimming), Daniel Hillier (golf), Ellesse Andrews (cycling), Felix Webby (croquet), Hannah Knighton (triathlon), Josh Armit (yachting), Kanah Andrews-Nahu (Olympic weightlifting), Matthew MacDonald (rowing), Nico Porteous (freeski), Olivia McTaggart (athletics), Tiana Metuarau (netball).


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