Sprint coach Wolff latest Cycling New Zealand departure

IZU JAPAN AUGUST 03 Ethan Mitchell of Team New Zealand and teammates sprint during the Mens team sprint qualifying of the Track Cycling on day eleven of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Izu Velodrome on August 03 2021 in Izu Japan Photo by Justin SetterfieldGetty Images
The New Zealand men's sprint team during qualifying at the Tokyo Olympic Games (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

Cycling New Zealand has delivered news of another high profile departure with the resignation of Sprint Coach Rene Wolff less than two weeks after High Performance Director, Martin Barras, offered his in light of an "integrity breach" during the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Chief Executive Jacques Landry is also leaving after nearly three years at Cycling New Zealand, returning to his native Canada, but is delaying his departure to the end of the year because of work associated with an independent inquiry established in the wake of the sudden death of track cyclist Olivia Podmore

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