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Barbara Kendall Hayden Paddon Dillon Boucher Shayne Cameron
Barbara Kendall Hayden Paddon Dillon Boucher Shayne Cameron
Inoke Afeaki Justin Marshall Lisa Tamati Anna Scarlett
Inoke Afeaki Justin Marshall Lisa Tamati Anna Scarlett
CJ Bruton      
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Barbara Kendall

Barbara Kendall

After 21 years at the top of international windsurfing, including attending five Olympic Games and winning Olympic medals in three of them, Barbara Kendall knows more than most about overcoming obstacles and achieving your dream.

"At an early age I realized that your attitude and emotions were the key success factors. Physical ability was usually similar, so whoever had their emotional intelligence firing would win".

Barbara is now passionate about helping others achieve their potential by improving their self-awareness and self-management. She teaches the ability to 'let go' of the safety rail that holds many people back in their career, sport, health and relationships.

Let Go participants are led through Barbara's philosophies and techniques she has used over 21 years to become one of the most successful female Olympic athletes.

With her energy, enthusiasm and sense of fun, Barbara's presentations and workshops are guaranteed to be as enjoyable as they are effective to helping you fulfill your potential.

Five times Olympian from 1992 to 2008

Olympic Gold Medal 1992 Barcelona,
Olympic Silver Medal 1996 Atlanta,
Olympic Bronze Medal 2000 Sydney

Four Times World Windsurfing Championship - 1987. 1998, 1999, 2001

15 World Championship medals from 1985 to 2008

Other Major Achievements

New Zealand Sailor of the Year 
1992, 1998 1992 Awarded MBE
 New Zealand Sports Woman of the Year 
1996, 1998, 1999, 2002 2007 Inducted into ISAF Sailing Hall of Fame 
. Barbara Currently sit on the International Olympic committee Athletes Commission, Woman in Sport Commission and Sport and the environment committee. She chairs the Oceanic Athletes commission and sits on the Oceanic National Olympic Committees Executive Board. She is an executive of the "voices of the athletes" outreach program in Oceania and is a life skills educator for the International Olympic Committee Athletes Career Program.

Hayden Paddon

2009 FIA Pacific Cup Champions
2007 and 2009 FIA Rally of Whangarei winners
2008 and 2009 Rally Founders winner
2008 and 2009 New Zealand Rally Champions
2006, 2007 and 2008 New Zealand Junior Rally Champion
6 NZRC Rally victories
Competed in Thailand, Wales Rally GB, Malaysia, Australia and New Caledonia.

Hayden has also currently recently won the Otago and New Zealand Rallies along with the PWRC of Portugal. He is vastly becoming a legend of Rally and he is only 24!
Hayden has a wide range of story’s to tell – right from when he first started in go carts to now competing on the world stage.

This young kiwi bloke is certainly going places in his sport – and is always a pleasure to work with – Hayden will go out of his way to help at any guest speaking engagement he under takes.
Dillon Boucher
Dillon Boucher

A foundation Breaker, Boucher enjoyed his second season back with the club last season after spell with the Perth Wildcats and two seasons with the Brisbane Bullets, which included an NBL title in 2006-07. Age has not dimmed the constant movement and energy Boucher brings to his game, not to mention great leadership on and off the court.

Boucher continues to stack up the numbers with 146 boards, 92 assists and 36 steals last season contributing to his naming as the ANBL Defence Man of the Year. Boucher was also named Player of the Year with the Burger King Breakers voted by his fello team mates. The 1.96cm forward is no stranger to success, having won a record number of New Zealand NBL titles – a staggering nine, seven with Auckland, one with Waikato and one with the Breakers – the most recent in 2010/11 season. He also made the NZ NBL All-Star Five in 2002, 2003 and 2007.

Now retired from the Tall Blacks, the New Plymouth born Boucher made his NZ debut at the Goodwill Games in 2001 and was a member of the hugely successful 2002 World Championship team that won Team of the Year and overall honours at the Halberg Awards in early 2003. He also attended the Athens Olympics in 2004 and the 2006 World Champs in Japan during an international career that finished just a dozen matches short of 100 games. Boucher has continued with the Tall Blacks in an assistant role to Nenad Vucinic and was part of the recent World Champs in Turkey.

Shane Cameron
Shayne Cameron

As a professional fighter Mountain Warrior Shane Cameron has won 26 fights out of 28. He is the current cruiser weight IBO Asia Pacific Champion and ranked 10th in the World after having lost 15 kilos to change weight divisions. He has first hand experiences of the highs and lows of boxing world, the intense training involved and has worked with global boxing icons like Mike Tyson. Shane is a Commonwealth Games Bronze Medalist, has held many belt titles and won awards including multiple Fight of the Year titles. Shane Cameron is the only amateur Heavy Weight in history to have won the Jameson Belt for the most scientific boxer in the NZ Championships. He now owns the Northside Boxing Club gym in Northcoate and works on helping people achieve their goals physically and nutritionally.

Shane is a fantastic bloke to work with – Is always keen to help out and enjoys meeting new people. A great motivation speaker as well.

Shane’s next fight will be in Sydney in July 2011 which if he wins (which I’m sure he will) he will then take on Danny Green for a world title fight.
Inoke Afeaki
Inoke Efeaki

My Particular role will be to link up rugby players and rugby staff with various schools, amateur clubs and professional clubs around the world.  My rugby career around the world gives me a great network of reliable people in each country.  An example is currently a Rugby Club in Macon, France are linked to the University of Lyon and can offer various courses of study to prospective players they are searching for.  CASE Rugby of Saint-Etienne, France are looking to do the same.  I see this as an excellent chance for a mature young adult to really enjoy the experience of another culture and have your study and living expenses paid for plus play Rugby at a competitive level.  The benefits are great! I also Coach, and Coach Coaches which cover major parts of the game but Backs Play is something I should ask help for. I can easily get an elite level coach to give expert advice.

This wikipedia link gives a brief outline of my career http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inoke_Afeaki.

I am a great believer that your sport can be a vehicle to aid aspirations you have in mind to do concurrent or when you finish your competitive sporting days. Using Promo Sports will let you access all our network and if need be, we will go search for new partners that will aid your development as a person both in and outside your sport.
Hope we can be of service for all your sporting needs.  Please continue your tour around our website.  No doubt familiar kiwi names like Nathan Astle, Barbara Kendall, Shane Cameron, Hayden Paddon and Justin Marshall will only help this company grow along with yourself.

Justin Marshall
Justin Marshall
  • Southland under-18 (1991)
  • New Zealand under-19 (1992)
  • Southland Stags (1992–1994)
  • New Zealand Divisional XV (1993)
  • New Zealand Development Team (1994)
  • New Zealand Colts (1993–1994)
  • Canterbury RFU (1995–2004)
  • NZRFU President's XV (1996)
  • Harlequins (1996)
  • Canterbury Crusaders (1996–2005
  • New Zealand Barbarians (1996)
  • New Zealand A (1998)
  • New Zealand Trials (1996, 1997, 1998, 2004)
  • New Zealand All Blacks (1995–2005)
  • British Barbarians (2004–present)
  • Leeds Tykes (2005–2006)
  • French Barbarians (2005)
  • World XV (2006)
  • Ospreys (2006–2008)
  • Classic All Blacks (2007–2008)
  • Montpellier Hérault RC (2008–2009)
  • Saracens F.C. (2009–present

Awards and achievements

 Individual Achievements

  • 1996 New Zealand National Provincial Championship Division I Player of the Year
  • Captain (1997 – 5 games, 4 tests)
  • 2003 Rugby World Cup Best XV
  • SANZAR Super 12 XV (2005)
  • SANZAR Super 12 Rugby Centurion (100 Games for the Crusaders – 2005)
  • 2005 Crusaders Player of the Year Rebel Sports Trophy
  • 2005 Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for Excellence and Contributions in Rugby
  • 2005–2006 English Professional Rugby Players' Association Guinness Premiership Payer of the Year Award Nominee
  • 2005–5006 English Guinness Premiership Dream Team XV
  • British Barbarians Captain (2004)
  • French Barbarians Captain (2005)
  • World XV Captain (2006)

Team Achievements

Club and Domestic

  • 1994 New Zealand National Provincial Championship Division II Champions
  • 1995–1996Ranfurly Shield holders
  • 1997 New Zealand National Provincial Championship Division I Champions
  • 1998 Super 12 champions
  • 1998 New Zealand National Provincial Championship Division I Finalists
  • 1999 Super 12 champions
  • 2000 Super 12 champions
  • 2000–2003 Ranfurly Shield holders
  • 2000 New Zealand National Provincial Championship Division I Finalists
  • 2001 New Zealand National Provincial Championship Division I Champions
  • 2002 Super 12 champions
  • 2003 Super 12 finalists
  • 2004 Super 12 finalists
  • 2004 Ranfurly Shield holders
  • 2004 New Zealand National Provincial Championship Division I Champions
  • 2005 Super 12 champions


  • 1996 Bledisloe Cup champions
  • 1996 Tri Nations champions
  • 1996 New Zealand Tour of South Africa Winner
  • 1997 Bledisloe Cup champions
  • 1997 Tri-Nations champions
  • 1999 Tri-Nations champions
  • 1999 Rugby World CupFourth Place
  • 2002 Tri-Nations champions
  • 2003 Bledisloe Cup champions
  • 2003 Tri-Nations champions
  • 2003 Rugby World Cup Third Place (bronze)
  • 2004 Bledisloe Cup champions

Justin is also involved with Sky Sport as a commintator  -  a fantastic speaker!!


Lisa Tamati

Profile to come!
Anna Scarlett
Anna Scarlett

First representing New Zealand in Indoor Volleyball from 1999, she then progressed her netball to make the Silver Ferns in 2002 at the age of 19. Since then she has a World Championship title (2003), and two Commonwealth Games gold medals (2006 and 2010) to her name. After leaving the Silver Ferns in 2007, she committed to Beach Volleyball and played on the World Tour with Susan Blundell. Over 2.5 years the team progressed to the World ranking of 32nd and had the best finish ever for a NZ women’s team of 9th at a World Tour event. In 2010, Anna returned to netball and the Silver Ferns.
Anna has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from Otago University and is part way through a Certificate in Human Development from Massey University.'

CJ Bruton
CJ Bruton
Profile to come!
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