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Support Anona & Oliver Qualify for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo!

Closed Cause page created in the Sports category by Badminton New Zealand


$4,500 donated

Given by 23 generous donors in around 6 months

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NZ badminton players receive ZERO high performance funding - so we need your HELP!

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Hello 大家好!

Oliver跟Anona是新西蘭混雙隊一起向住2020東京奧運會進發!

要成功入選成為奥運選手,他們需要去到世界各地不同的地方打比賽,得到世界排名及分數。

背後是努力,時間,毅力,減少工作收入,節制消費,每次出外比賽的預算。

希望大家可以出一分力 幫他們達到他們的夢想

Donate and help support Anona Pak and Oliver Leydon-Davis as they strive to qualify of the Tokyo Olympics.

Anona and Olly are New Zealand's highest ranked Mixed Doubles pair and already have a number of impressive performances and results.

All funds raised will go to flight, accommodation, entry and training fees as they travel around the world to compete in Badminton World Federation events.

This is critical as Anona and Olly need to increase their world ranking at these international events to qualify for the Olympics in 2020.

Use of funds

All funds will be used to travel and compete overseas to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.


Latest donations

  • Dean

    Dean on 10 Mar 2020

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  • Dean

    Dean on 10 Mar 2020

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  • Celia

    Celia on 12 Feb 2020

    $100

    All the best for qualifying fr the Olympics Denis and Celis

    $100

  • Heather

    Heather on 19 Jan 2020

    $25

    Go for gold Anona

    $25

  • Sarah

    Sarah on 17 Jan 2020

    $50

    Go Anona! You are amazing!!@

    $50


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This page was created on 16 Oct 2019 and closed on 16 Apr 2020.
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