| Other Sport News | Tuesday June 12 2012 11:44
A major review into Triathlon New Zealand's High performance programme, independently authored by Brendon O'Connor, has been released.
The report's major recommendation is the creation of a new high performance director role, who national coach Greg Fraine will report to.
Among the findings is Fraine being lumped with too many roles under his title, running the national programme and other high performance and administration duties.
It also found there was a lack of accountability in Triathlon New Zealand and supporting non-performing athletes for too long.
Tri NZ CEO Craig Waugh says they've accepted the findings and recommendations and will now begin to work on the implementations for after this year's London Olympics.
Photo: Triathlete Bevan Docherty