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Olympic fever strikes at Pinehurst primary
Time trial: Korban Brookshank, 14, of Albany Junior High School tries his luck on board the Olympics tour bus, urged on
by gold medallist Sarah Ulmer.
Heavy honour: Pinehurst Junior Primary
School student Sophia Garcia-Curtis
gets to try out one of Blyth Tait's
Olympic fever has hit Pinehurst
Olympic gold medallist Sarah
Ulmer shared her story of triumph
with Albany Junior High School
students as part of the ANZ Olym-
pic Town Tour.
Around 30 students got to spend
one-on-one time with the champion
on board the classic London double-
decker bus touring New Zealand.
The bus is kitted out with biking
or rowing gear to compete against
NZ Olympic record times.
Fans can also send a photo and
message of support to the NZ Olym-
pic team from the bus.
Korban Brookshank, 14, jumped
on a bike and tested his skills
against New Zealand records while
Ulmer, who won gold in Athens in
Ulmer and fellow former Olympi-
ans Danyon Loader and Hamish
Carter are touring 29 towns on the
double-decker bus during the
Pinehurst Junior Primary stu-
dents have been learning about past
and present Olympics in the lead-up
to the tournament.
Even former Olympian, Blyth
Tait has been helping teach the stu-
dents about the Olympics, teacher
Daphne Davies says.
Year 2 students got to hold and
even to wear Mr Tait's Olympic
medals, Ms Davies says.
Students also heard how the
gold, silver and bronze Olympic
medals were won during the three-
day equestrian events held in
Atlanta and Barcelona for the
The London Olympics competition
finishes tomorrow and the closing
ceremony is on Sunday.
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