Olivia Caldwell reports:
Hamish Carter has resigned from High Performance Sport New Zealand, 10 days after he was fingered in a hard-hitting report into dysfunction in Cycling New Zealand’s programme.
Olympic triathlon gold medallist Carter – who worked alongside CNZ – acknowledged responsibility for his mistake in disclosing interview summaries to Cycling NZ’s former sprint coach Anthony Peden.
He apologised in his resignation on Thursday.
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