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We may be an official partner of the New Zealand Olympic Team, but within our villages it’s residents who are chasing Olympic glory.
So many Ryman residents have passions and pastimes that they continue to thrive at within our villages. Therefore, creating an event like Olympics@RYMAN is a prime example of how we pioneer the way for our residents.
Events include swimming, bowls, cycling, relay walking and Quiznastics. To up the ante, we’ve incorporated technology solutions to enhance events and to enable residents to connect with all 41 Ryman villages, including those across the Tasman, while they compete!
There was no medal for 17-year-old Kiwi swimmer Erika Fairweather in Tokyo on Monday, but 10,000 kilometres away at her Dunedin school the pride levels went through the roof.
Hundreds of her schoolmates gathered for a special assembly at Kavanagh College in Dunedin 2.20pm, when Fairweather jumped off the blocks in the Olympic women’s 400m freestyle final.
The start brought a mixture of nerves and anticipation as they watched the head girl on a big screen set up on the assembly stage, and Fairweather’s eighth-place finish did nothing to shake the feeling that they were watching something extraordinary.
Well done Erika!