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Apollo Projects proud to support elite athletes!

Apollo Projects are proud to have a continuing relationship with New Zealand’s Elite Sportsmen and women with the commencement of our latest project – High Performance Sport NZ’s new $3.5m facility adjacent to Jellie Park, Christchurch.

Canterbury Paralympian Sophie Pascoe and Sport Minister Murray McCully turned the soil at a function last night to mark the beginning of the project and a return to some normality for the athlete based in Canterbury. With QEII Park closed indefinitely there has been no central training base for 18 months and the facility is being developed looking forward to the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

For further details and comments from High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) chief executive Alex Baumann and Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker please follow the link below to HPSNZ’s website.

http://hpsnz.org.nz/news-events/new-christchurch-training-base-important-elite-athletes

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