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Performance and Recovery Symposium

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Welcome

For over three decades, Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand (SESNZ) has served
as the national organisation representing sport and exercise scientists, academics,
students, coaches and professionals working in sport and exercise.

2018 Conference

SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED!

Dates – Friday 26th-Saturday 27th October • hosted by University of Otago • Dunedin, NZ

Streams are:

– Clinical and Exercise Science
– High Performance Sport
– Nutrition

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2018 Annual Conference

SPEAKERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED!

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Our annual conference will be held at the University of Otago, Dunedin 26th & 27th October. We are busy preparing an exciting programme for our delegates. If you are interested in attending, speaking or sponsoring this prestigious event, please email Vanessa to find out more.

2018 SYMPOSIA

We are delighted to announce our series of Symposia beginning with our South Island one on Performance and Recovery, 9am-5pm Friday, 18th May 2018 at Wheki, Dovedale Campus, University of Canterbury, featuring Nic Gill NZ Rugby, Matt Driller HPSNZ and Rob Duffield UTS Australia.  And now special guest speakers Marg Foster MNZM and Juliana Nauopu!  Please email Vanessa to for tickets.

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Accreditation

SESNZ has developed an accreditation and quality assurance scheme for professionals working within the field.

SESNZ National Manager

Vanessa Groome is your new central point of contact for SESNZ. Email her at

natmanager@sesnz.org.nz

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