I’m jumping to help support the amazing work of the Graeme Dingle Foundation who help thousands of Kiwi kids across Aotearoa every year.
Cory Sweeney joined the Black Ferns Sevens coaching team as assistant coach in 2016, being a part of an incredibly successful period in the team’s history. Prior to joining the Black Ferns Sevens, Sweeney held several coaching roles in Japan and England before establishing his career in New Zealand with positions in North Harbour and Bay of Plenty. Sweeney has been involved in three World Series titles, Commonwealth Games gold, Rugby World Cup Sevens success and won New Zealand Rugby’s coach of the year in 2019.
Cory is challenging himself to step outside of his comfort zone, like the kids on Graeme Dingle Foundation programmes are challenged to do everyday. He's passionate about helping the Graeme Dingle Foundation in their mission to build young people’s resilience through physical and mental challenges, developing core life skills which will help our tamariki to overcome any obstacle they face and achieve their potential.
On November 18th, he’ll be jumping out of a perfectly good plane - to support the Graeme Dingle Foundation Bay of Plenty. Please donate to this page to help Clark and Kiwi Kids “Overcome any Obstacle”
I’m jumping to help support the amazing work of the Graeme Dingle Foundation who help thousands of kiwi kids across Aotearoa every year.
This year it’s more important than ever to build our young people's resilience and show them they can overcome any obstacle