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MEDIA RELEASE:

From World Sport Stacking Association NZ (WSSA NZ) / Speed Stacks (NZ)

Date: 08 June 2019

2020 NZ Black Stacks Selection

The World Sport Stacking Association NZ (WSSA NZ) wishes to announce that the 2020 NZ Black Stacks team has been selected (see below). Please consider that this team is our named stackers, and is subject to stackers' availability. It is a huge commitment for stackers and their families and some may not be able to travel next year to the World Sport Stacking Championships in Singapore in April 2020. We take nothing away from them making the team and being, for their age group, the very best New Zealand has.

 

Caleb Arthur - Wanganui 

Jo Carter - Wellington 

Nathan Carter - Wellington 

Kyah Chant - Wanganui 

Hendrix Codyre - Wellington

Marina Cosford - Wanganui 

Ashley Foster - Auckland 

Richard Foster - Auckland 

Grace Harper - Wanganui 

Waiora Hawira - Wanganui 

Harry Hawtree - Wanganui 

Nathan Hawtree - Wanganui 

Lily Heath - Auckland 

Nicolas Kananghinis - Wellington 

Philip Kananghinis - Wellington 

Claire Kenny - Wanganui 

Ian Kerr - Wanganui 

Gryffen King - Auckland 

Tate King - Auckland 

Vivianne King - Auckland 

Ben Kirby - Wellington 

Taliah Pollero -  Wanganui 

Alan Potter - Auckland 

Joel Potter -  Auckland 

Zac Salisbury - Wellington

Connor Savea - Wellington 

Sarina Wang - Auckland

 

The WSSA NZ were delighted to see the commitment of so many New Zealand stackers at the recent NZ Sport Stacking Open Championships.

For further information please contact the WSSA (NZ) Chairperson: Nathan Hawtree on 06 348 0093 or email sparky.nathan@gmail.com 


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The NZ Sport Stacking Open Championships, being held in Wellington on Sunday 02 June 2019, double as trials for the NZ Black Stacks. Any competitor wishing to be considered for selection for the 2020 NZ Black Stacks team, representing New Zealand overseas, will need to attend this tournament.

Please click HERE to read the NZ Black Stacks selection criteria.

 

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The World Sport Stacking Association NZ (WSSA NZ) wishes to announce that the 2019 NZ Black Stacks team has been selected (see below). Please consider that this team is our named stackers, and is subject to stackers' availability to travel to the 2019 World Sport Stacking Championships being held in Spain in April next year.

 

* Caleb Arthur - Marton

* Nathan Carter - Wellington

* Simon Cooper - Auckland

* Curtis Chiang - Auckland

* Robert Eaglestone - Auckland

* Ben Flighty - Feilding

* Anthony Foster - Auckland

* Ashley Foster - Auckland

* Harry Hawtree - Whanganui

* George Homer - Auckland

* Gryffen King - Auckland

* Tate King - Auckland

* Ben Lovelock - Dunedin

* Joel Potter - Auckland

* Caleb Smith - Wainuiomata

* Sarina Wang - Auckland

 

Masters

* Johanna Carter - Wellington

* Richard Foster - Auckland

* Nathan Hawtree - Whanganui

* Ian Kerr - Whanganui

* Vivianne King - Auckland

* Alan Potter - Auckland

 

Congratulations to you all!

The WSSA NZ were delighted  to see the commitment of so many  New Zealand stackers. There are several stackers who narrowly missed selection, and we are excitedly watching these competitors with anticipation of future selection.

 

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CONGRATULATIONS to all our 2018 NZ Black Stacks who travelled to Orlando, Florida, USA and competed in the World Sport Stacking Championships, 6-8 April. The team have arrived back in NZ with 37 medals and one trophy! A fantastic achievement by them all.

The 11 member team and results were:

Caleb Arthur (from Marton) – Medals for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (1st); Cycle H2H (2nd); 3-6-3 H2H (3rd); Doubles (3rd); 3-3-3 (4th); 3-6-3 (8th); cycle (7th); Stack Out (2nd) – Prize oversized gloves

Nathan Carter (Wellington College) – Medals for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (1st); Cycle H2H (2nd); 3-6-3 H2H (3rd); 3-3-3 (6th); 3-6-3 (8th)

Ashley Foster (Rangitoto College, Auckland) – Medals for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (1st); Cycle H2H (2nd); 3-6-3 H2H (3rd); Doubles (3rd)

Gryffen King (Glendowie College, Auckland) – Medal for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (3rd)

Tate King (Glendowie College, Auckland) – Medal for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (3rd)

Joel Potter (Takapuna Grammar, Auckland) – Medal for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (3rd)

Sarina Wang (St Kentigern College, Auckland) – Medals for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (1st); Cycle H2H (2nd); 3-6-3 H2H (3rd); 3-3-3 (3rd); 3-6-3 (6th); cycle (5th); Trophy for 2nd Overall Fastest Female in the 3-3-3

 

Jo Carter (from Wellington) – Medals for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (4th); H2H (3rd)

Richard Foster (Rothesay Bay, Auckland) – Medals for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (4th); H2H (3rd); 3-3-3 (9th); 3-6-3 (10th); Doubles (4th)

Viv King (Ellerslie, Auckland) – Medals for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (4th); H2H (3rd)

Alan Potter (Bayswater) – Medals for 3-6-3 Timed Relay (4th); H2H (3rd); Doubles (4th)

 

Full results can be found on the World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA) website:

www.thewssa.com/tournaments/world-sport-stacking-championships/1953/results

Photos of the team in Orlando can be seen on the NZ Black Stacks facebook page.