Peter was a member of the Athens Olympic Games team where his squad finished 10th. 2004 was his biggest year in domestic road racing. He won the Road Race/Time trial double at the National championships at Hokitika.
Glasgow 2014 will be the first Commonwealth Games for David. He made his international debut at the World Blind Bowls Championships in 1996. David has since competed at the 2001, 2005 and 2009 World Blind Bowls Championships. He will be playing alongside Director Peter Blick, in the Partially Sighted Pairs.
Though Peter Dignan had only a short international rowing career, he left his mark on the New Zealand scene.
Carl Evans who pairs with Peter Burling are both 17 and will be the youngest sailors to ever represent New Zealand at the Olympic Games. New Zealand’s top 470 performers in all the recent major international events Evans and Burling have impressed since stepping up to the 470 barely twelve months ago after dominating the 420 class.