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Stephen Tindall steps down from Team NZ board

Staff reporters
Fri, 04 Jun 2021

The Warehouse founder always planned to leave after a successful defence in Auckland.
Staff reporters
Fri, 04 Jun 2021
The Warehouse founder Stephen Tindall has stepped down from the Emirates Team New Zealand board, which he’s chaired for the past six years. Tindall departs after the yachting syndicate’s defence of the America’s Cup in Auckland after overseeing the successful 2017 challenge in Bermuda. His involvement with the team goes back even further, going to school with Peter Blake’s brother and having The Warehouse sponsor the 1995 campaign. “For a long time, I have always anticipated retiring from my role once we...

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