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Find a Coach

How does athletics coaching work in Otago?

·         If you’re aged 14 or under and keen to get involved in athletics, your first step is to join an athletics club near you and get coaching during club nights.  

·         If you’re a 12+ club member or 14+ and new to the sport; come check out the Junior Squad sessions at the Caledonian Ground. These sessions are held on certain Thursday nights during the summer season. Click Here  to find out more about them.

 

·         If you’ve checked out the Junior Squad sessions and you’re keen to commit to training a couple of times a week, you can contact one of the coaches below and see if they have space in their coaching squads.

·         You’re never too old for athletics! Once you’re 30+, you can join Otago Masters Athletics at 6.00pm on Wednesdays during the summer for coaching and competition. If you’re keen to train that little more, get in contact with one of the coaches below.

 

·         Most clubs organise harrier training sessions over the winter season. Check out the club websites or Facebook pages to find out more about these sessions. If you’re not interested to register with a club just yet, or are keen to train a little more intensively for an upcoming event under the guidance of a coach, check out the TempoFit programme.

 


If you’re keen to be added to the following list as a coach, contact athletics@sportotago.co.nz.

If you’re a coach and keen to find out what funding opportunities are available, click here .  The Otago Community Trust provides funding that the Skeggs Foundation allocates to Otago coaches who support the development of our elite athletes.


Currently Joan, Megan, Karen, and Sharleen have a squad of around 35 athletes varying in age from 12 to 24. To find out more about their training group, you can contact Joan on joan@athletics.org.nz or 027 222 0317.



Raylene Bates

Raylene is an IAAF Level 5 Throws Coach and IPC Coach Facilitator who is currently employed as the Athletics New Zealand High Performance Throws Coach/Para-Athlete Head Coach. She has been an active and successful provincial and national representative athlete for more than 40 years and still participates in athletics. She has been involved in Athletics Otago since 1989 in a number of different roles.  She has been Head Coach and Team Leader for elite New Zealand athletics and Paralympic athletics teams to Commonwealth Games, Olympic Games, Paralympics Games and World Championships since 2006. Please get in contact with Raylene if you would like to join her coaching group. You can reach Raylene on 021 895 400 or Raylene@athletics.org.nz

Howden Finnie

 Howden has been a throws coach for over 12 years. He completed an Athletics New Zealand Level 2 course in throws. He is currently involved with the Sport New Zealand Performance Coach Advance programme.

Please get in contact with Howden if you would like to join his coaching group. You can reach Howden on 027 433 2341 or finnie123@ihug.co.nz

Megan Gibbons

Megan has been involved in athletics since the 1980’s, representing New Zealand at Oceania and Australian Championships. Since the mid-1990’s, she has been coaching in Canterbury, North Harbour, and since 2004 in Otago.  She also teaches Level 1 and 2 Athletics New Zealand coaching courses for new coaches.

Karen Palmer

Karen got involved with athletics coaching over ten years ago. She started off coaching during children club nights and gradually built up her coaching knowledge. She completed Athletics New Zealand Development Level 2 courses in jumps and sprints-hurdles-relays. Karen used to compete in Track & Field and held the Otago Record in Long Jump. She focuses on sprints and long jump coaching. 

Sharleen Frost

Sharleen has been coaching athletics for more than five years. She started off coaching children during club nights and gradually built up her coaching knowledge. She completed Development Level 2 coaching courses in most events. She still passionately coaches all ages and events during club nights. She focuses on sprints and long jump when coaching teenagers. 

 

Joan Merrilees

Joan has been coaching athletics for many years in Otago. She has a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise, Graduate Diploma in Advanced Physical Conditioning and a Master of Physical Education. She also has many Athletics New Zealand coaching qualifications and teaches a Level 1 and 2 Athletics New Zealand coaching courses for new coaches. Joan’s speciality is jumps and conditioning.

Brent Ward

Brent has been coaching athletics for nearly 40 years. He coaches athletes from secondary school age through to masters, competing locally at a social level up to international world class competitions. Brent has a Level 3 Athletics New Zealand qualification in sprints-relays as well as Level 2 qualifications in most events. If you’re keen to find out more about Brent’s training squad, you can reach him on ward.bs@slingshot.co.nz, 021 613 642.

 

Carolyn Wills

For seven years Carolyn coached in Western Australia, focusing on hurdles and high jump. She holds a Level 3 qualification from Athletics Australia in high jump and hurdles, and Level 2 in all other track and field events. In collaboration with Level 5 coaches, she trained athletes for State and Australian Championships, as well as International competitions.  She currently coaches teenage and masters athletes in high jump and hurdles. You can contact Carolyn on carobwills@gmail.com

Mike Weddell

Mike has been coaching middle distance running for over 30 years. He has a National coaching certificate endorsed in athletics from Massey University. He coaches a group of around 30 athletes from young teenagers to athletes young in spirit!
Training sessions are on Tuesdays and Thursday at 4.30pm at the Caledonian Ground in Logan Park. Please get in contact with Mike if you’re keen to join his coaching group. You can reach Mike on
mweddell@sportotago.co.nz or 03 474 6413.

 Chris Sole

Chris grew up in South Africa, where he trained with some of the country’s elite runners. His career started as a high school mathematics teacher and athletics coach. He now works as a physiotherapist and owns his own practice in Maori Hill. Check out the Leith Harrier and Athletic Club website to find out his training times. You can contact Chris on csole@hyper.net.nz, or 021 118 8693.

Dave Stinson

Dave has been coaching middle distance running for over 30 years. He has a Level 2 Athletics New Zealand qualification in distance running. He loves coaching; you can often find him at the track or at a cross country course. Please contact Dave on coach@cavershamharriers.co.nz, or 027 366 1224 if you want to find out more about his coaching group.

 

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