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We are a community that strive to become the very best we can be. 

Trust – our community has been built on a high level of trust. This trust encourages members to collaborate. Trust is a value that the Hurdles Community rates highly and strives to uphold

Respect – all coaches and athletes respect one another despite differences in experience, knowledge, and ability

Choice – while we will encourage involvement in community activities, everyone has a choice to be, or not be, involved. 

hurdles festivals

Hurdles Festival – South Island

A Hurdles Festival is planned in conjunction with a South Island competition (details to be decided).  It will target athletes and coaches who normally do not travel to the annual Hurdles Festival in Hamilton.  

  • Aim: To provide a structured coach and/or athlete education opportunity, in     addition to a competition.
  • Snap-shot: The athletes will compete on Saturday and an educational session will be held on the Sunday for athletes and/or coaches. The educational session may include practical and theoretical components and will be based on need at the time.

NZ Hurdles Festival, Hamilton (weekend of Porritt Classic)

The annual NZ Hurdles Festival, which has been held for the past seven years, will again be held in conjunction with the Porritt Classic.

  • Aim: To provide a targeted competition to bring together the entire NZ hurdles community for competition and structured educational opportunities.
  • Snap-shot: The athletes will compete on Saturday and educational sessions may also be held on the Sunday for athletes and/or coaches.  The educational session may include practical and theoretical components and will be based on need at the time. 

workshops - athletes & coaches

Workshop for Hurdles Coaches - Cambridge and Christchurch

Proudly supported by the HPSNZ Prime Ministers Scholarship programme, we are pleased to offer a North and South Island Hurdles Coaches Forum in 2018! Please register here and select the workshop you will attend 


Event registration is fully subsidised for 2018-19 Athletics NZ Accredited Coaches thanks to the PM Scholarship.
Non-accredited coaches are welcome and encouraged to attend, however will incur a registration fee of $50.
All travel to and from the workshop is at the cost and responsibility of the individual coaches. 


The programme is being finalised, however topics may include the following:

  • Developing special endurance and speed reserve for 400m hurdles
  • The new IAAF qualification system and its implications for coaches
    • concurrent session for coaches who want to gain more knowledge on coaching technique for intermediate-level hurdlers
  • Fueling, energy and the periodisation of body composition when training for multiple peaks throughout the year
  • Proposal for 'knowledge-swap' groups
  • Initiation of a domestic 'rankings competition' for senior hurdlers

workshops - athletes & coaches

Practical Workshop for Hurdlers and Coaches – Invercargill 8-9 September

Please register here for the Southland Hurdles Clinic 

Athletics NZ Hurdles lead Joe Hunter will take practical sessions for athletes and coaches in Invercargill - with separate sessions for beginners and intermediate level hurdlers, plus a specific coach/parent education session these clinics will help you whatever your level.

athlete & coach support

Athletics NZ Hurdles Facebook Group
The NZ Hurdles Facebook Group will be used to advertise upcoming events.  In addition, we will use Facebook to post videos and articles about hurdling

A Rankings Competition for all NZ Senior Hurdlers
Provide a rankings competition that will put all senior, male and female, sprint hurdlers and long hurdles against each other

Race Analyses
To provide quantitative feedback to coaches via race analyses at Porritt Classic, NZ Nationals, and possibly one or two other targeted competitions

Informal Support for Oceania Champs + World Uni Games + European Tour / Asian Tour (TBC)
Offering logistical and moral support, if required, to hurdlers and coaches who will travel to complete in Oceania Champs, World Uni Games, and Europe.  

For further information around any of these opportunities, please contact 

hurdles advisory group

The NZ Hurdles Advisory Panel was established in 2011 and has been functioning effectively
Athletics NZ Hurdles Lead, Joe Hunter leads the facilitation of the Panel.  
Current members of the panel include:

  • Joe Hunter (Auckland)
  • Brent Ward (Dunedin)
  • Brent Booker (Auckland)
  • Jill Morrison (Christchurch)
  • Criss Strange (Hamilton)
  • Other coaches, parents, and athletes may also be consulted from time to time 

The purpose of the NZ Hurdles Advisory Panel is to address topics such as, but not limited to:

  • Enhancing the harmony and effectiveness of relationships among the Athletics NZ Hurdles community
  • Strengthen performance opportunities and pathways for developing hurdlers, while maintaining a focus on targeted outcomes at the 2020 Olympic Games
  • Providing advice and direction to the ANZ-HP Lead Coach for Hurdles
  • Shaping the direction of hurdling in NZ
  • Encouraging and promoting collaboration and professional development of the hurdling community
  • Developing and implementing Event Group Plans

contact details

Joe Hunter - Hurdles event group lead

Emily Nolan - Athletics NZ Coach Education Manager

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