Brad Mayo: Being a key point of difference

by Michael Pulman


Brad Mayo is a Wintec graduate who was willing to put in the hard yards early, and it has paid off with both a wealth of knowledge and respect in the industry.

Mayo graduated from Wintec with a Bachelor of Sports and Exercise Science and then returned to complete his honors, finishing his studies in 2013 at Rotokauri campus.

Mayo worked closely with his mentor Dr Pete Maulder, and Mayo says the Wintec lecturer helped him massively throughout his time studying.

"I enjoyed it just because of the hands-on experience, I would recommend Wintec to anyone keen to do sports science," Mayo said.

"It’s like anything, it is about what you put in, if you are not prepared to put [the time] in there won’t be a job for you at the end of the day," Mayo said.


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Mayo says the short turnaround between games is a big challenge for everyone involved at Waikato Rugby.

"Our campaign is quite condensed, and for some players who have come down from Super Rugby, they come to ITM Cup level and it is a different setup altogether," Mayo said.

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