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The Movement for Movement winner

Posted by Physiotherapy New Zealand on 13 October 2015 | 0 Comments Tags: ,

Congratulations to our Movement for Movement supreme winners Bryn Hickin and Pauline Newton. Well done also to spot prize winners Koal Berkahn, Helen Nott, Emear O'Connell, Emilee Wright and Ella Zwagerman. Finally, thank you to all of our entries, it has been fantastic having you on this Movement with us!

Pauline Newton 

"I'm a regular traveler and usually take an adventure trip on foot or by wheels (bike) annually. It renews my enthusiasm for my career and I've never failed to meet like minded people AND fulfil the goal of a photo worthy jump when the mood strikes!" 

Bryn Hickin

"I took my photo while hiking up Mount Marcy in the Adirondack mountain range, upstate New York. I was visiting for four months and working at a summer camp for children when a group of friends and I decided to conquer the tallest peak in New York State. It took us 10 and a half hours, with an elevation of 1,629 meters!"

Koal Berkahn 

"The photo was taken at Milford tennis courts on the first sunny day of spring."

 

 

 

Helen Nott

"The photo was taken early September in a refugee village in Malawi. It is of my daughter's boyfriend Ben who was dancing with one of the villagers as part of a celebration to welcome them to the community. Rebecca and Ben have been volunteering with World Vision."

Emear O'Connell

"This photo was taken in summer of 2014 at the vert ramp in Karori, Wellington. I skate with a crew called Chicks in Bowls Wellington and we regularly skate Karori trying to pull off new tricks. It's a great way to get some exercise as it gets your heart rate really going and your muscles working."

Emilee Wright 

"The image was taken at a ripper rugby game at Bruce Pulmann park on a cold Saturday morning! The youngster is only five years old and already loves sport. When he grows up he wants to be like Dan Carter."

 Ella Zwagerman 

"It's not whether you get knocked down; it's whether you get up."

 

 

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