Anne Hare

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Anne Hare
Personal information
Full nameCaroline Anne Hare
Born (1964-06-07) 7 June 1964 (age 56)
Wellington, New Zealand [1]
CountryNew Zealand
Sport Athletics
Event(s) Running
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)
2000 m: 5:44.67 (1986, NR)

Caroline Anne Hare (born 7 June 1964) is a former New Zealand representative runner from Wellington. She currently holds the New Zealand women's record for the 2000 m.

Hare competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics, where she placed 13th in the women's 5000 m final. She was a participant at three Commonwealth Games, in 1986, 1990 and 1994. [2]

Hare is currently a board member on the New Zealand Olympic Committee. [3]

In 1990, Hare was awarded the New Zealand 1990 Commemoration Medal. [1]

Personal bests

2000 m5:44.67 NR Crystal Palace, England 11 July 1986

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  1. 1 2 Taylor, Alister; Coddington, Deborah (1994). Honoured by the Queen – New Zealand. Auckland: New Zealand Who's Who Aotearoa. p. 172. ISBN   0-908578-34-2.
  2. Profile at the New Zealand Olympic Committee website Retrieved: 15 March 2009
  3. - Wellington Launch Of World's Largest Multi-sport Event Tonight Retrieved: 15 March 2009