Oliver Curtis qualifies for the 2016 Youth Winter Olympic Games

Oliver Curtis finished in the top 16 players in the IIHF Global Skills Challenge Summit held in conjunction with a Hockey Development Camp in Vierumaki, Finland (8-10 July) and has qualified for place in the 2016 Youth Winter Games in Lillehammer, Norway. The 5 NZL representatives departed Auckland for Vierumaki, Finland for the annual 2015 IIHF Hockey Development Camp.

Among them were the two NZL representatives to take part in the 2015 Global Skills Challenge – qualification for the 2016 Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway.

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