OCC Road Cycling Scholarship (presented by St Martins New World) Application Form
The scholarship sponsored by St Martins New World and delivered by Odlin Cycle Coaching (OCC) includes: 1 on 1 off-the-bike meetings where training & racing strategies are developed & learnt, OCC group rides, and an internet based training programme (more details @ https://christchurchcyclecoaching.co.nz/be-coachedjoin-5/be-coachedjoin-5-2/be-coachedjoin-2-3/).

Who can apply?

Any Canterbury road cyclist who has participated in a minimum of 4 2017 Winter World races should apply if they are looking to improve their competitive road cycling through setting SMART goals, following a structured training programme and the use of a mentor.

You should also be able to demonstrate a high level of personal application, and detail their diligence to making progress to their cycling.

Please fill out the form below so I can understand more about you and how you think this scholarship would help you achieve the goals you've already set for yourself.

Applications will close on (or before due to demand): 14th July. The successful applicant will be announced at the final Winter Worlds Prizegiving (Monday July 31st at Chain Reaction Cycles). Please note I may contact you during this period for further information for myself to profile shortlisted applicants.

Email address *
Your full name *
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Contact details including mobile and email address *
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Please list ways you think a coaching and mentoring scholarship will improve your cycling. *
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Please list 3 short-term (in the next month), 3 intermediate-term (in the next 3 months), and 3 long-term (in the next 1-2 years), goals you hope to achieve with your road cycling. *
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2016 Junior OCC Scholarship winner Tim Muller
Thanks for taking the time to complete this application form - best of luck with the selection process!
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