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“Mizone Rapid Ultimate Sports Presenter”

Putting Their Bodies Where Their Mouths Are! “Mizone Rapid Ultimate Sports Presenter”

New Zealand’s top celebrity sports presenters are pitting their wits and skills against each other in the inaugural Mizone Rapid Ultimate Sports Presenter Challenge, being held in Aotea Square on Wednesday December 5.

Sports presenters including Ian Jones, Tony Veitch, Brendan Telfer and Glen Osborne will be facing numerous sporting challenges to see who is New Zealand’s Mizone Rapid Ultimate Sports Presenter.

To push their talents just a bit further, the presenters will also be facing off against some of New Zealand’s high performance athletes. New Zealand No 1 traithlete Bevan Docherty, currently training in Colorado for next year’s Olympic Games, is returning home to take on the sports presenters at the fun event.

Unique sporting challenges such as “The Surf Session”, “Rowing” and “Shoot Out Challenge”, the “Bowling Bonanza” and a “Cycle and Run Blitz” are up for grabs in the Mizone Rapid Ultimate Sports Presenter Challenge.

Event organisers are encouraging members of the public to attend and support their favourite sports presenters.

What:
Mizone Rapid Ultimate Sports Presenters Challenge

Who:
Scotty Stevenson (Radio Sport)
Brendan Telfer (Radio Sport)
Tony Veitch (TVNZ)
Ian Jones (Sky TV)
Hamish McKay (TV3)
Michelle Pickles (TV3)
Curt Jones (TV3)
Rod Cheeseman (TV3)
Clint Brown (Event MC)

Where:
Wednesday December 5
Aotea Square, Auckland
12pm – 2pm

ENDS

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