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Organ Donation New Zealand

Organ Donation NZ works with health professionals throughout NZ to ensure there are nationally consistent and excellent processes for donation in NZ. They provide education and training for health professionals and support for families who have generously agreed to organ and tissue donation following the death of a loved one.

Swimming for Organ Donation New Zealand is Trent Bray, Jo Craddock, Orinoco Faamusili-Banse-Prince and Joseph Sullivan.


Trent Bray

Trent Bray represented New Zealand at the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games and the 1994 and 1998 Commonwealth Games.

At the Victoria 1994 Commonwealth Games Trent claimed three silver medals and was a bronze medallist at the Kuala Lumper 1998 Commonwealth Games.

Trent has also won three World Short Course Championships medals (one gold, two silver). He is now a director at Trent Bray Swim School in Auckland.


Jo Craddock

Jo swam for New Zealand in 1993 as part of the team for the Asia Oceania Grand Prix Series and in 1996 at the South Australian Open Championships.

She competed for New Zealand at the 1995 World Student Games in Fukuoka Japan.

Jo is now a registered architect, mother of three and competes in equestrian sport.


Joseph Sullivan

Joseph is a former New Zealand Olympic rower.

At the London 2012 Olympic Games he won gold in the men’s double sculls with rowing partner Nathan Cohen. They broke the Olympic best time in the heats.

He is now a qualified fire fighter in Auckland.



Orinoco Faamusili-Banse-Prince

Orinoco represented New Zealand at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

He has also attended the 2008 FINA Youth Swimming Championships where he won gold in the 50m freestyle.

Orinoco is the current New Zealand record holder for the 50m freestyle which he set at the FINA Youth Championships.


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