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$100,000 SPARC Hillary Expedition

Please join us for the announcement of the successful $100,000 SPARC Hillary Expedition.

The Expedition is a significant bi-annual project open to all New Zealanders, which aims to tackle some of the world’s toughest outdoors challenges, inspire young people and celebrate New Zealand’s passion and tradition of adventure and achievement.

Over 70 teams from around New Zealand applied and we have selected one truly inspiring journey by a group of passionate young New Zealanders.

The Minister for Sport and Recreation, Trevor Mallard will announce the winning team. The team will be present for questions.

Wednesday 5 March 1.00-1.30pm SPARC’s offices Level 4, Old Dominion Building Mercer St, Wellington

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