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Published on February 18th, 2014 | by skiandsnow

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Hamish Bagley tragically dies in car accident

Arrowtowns Hamish Bagley, 17, died when he was thrown from the car when it left the road on the Lindis Pass.

The former Wakatipu High School student was a competitive snowboarder who had finished 10th in the snowboard halfpipe at the Youth Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria, in 2012.

Snow Sports New Zealand issued a statement saying staff and athletes were deeply saddened to hear of the tragic loss.

“Hamish was a member of the Snow Sports NZ High Performance Development team and had been competing on the World Cup circuit,” Snow Sports NZ Chief Executive Marty Toomey said in the statement.

“Hamish was a dedicated athlete with a promising future ahead of him. Any young life taken early is tragic and our condolences go out to the Bagley family and his friends.”




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