• 16-JUL-2012

  • SOURCE: PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Five PwC athletes get ready to compete in London Olympic and Paralympic Games

Caitriona Jennings
Five PwC people are getting ready to compete in the world's biggest sporting event. The PwC network is home to three people who have qualified for the London Olympic Games and two people who will represent their country at the London Paralympic Games. They are:

Jenna Hansen, PwC New Zealand, one of 12 sailors who have been selected to represent New Zealand at the 2012 London Olympic Games. With the New Zealand firm since 2007, she is an associate in the Financial Assurance practice. Caitriona Jennings, PwC Ireland, one of three marathon runners selected to represent Ireland at the 2012 London Olympic Games. With the Irish firm since 2001, Caitriona is a senior manager in the financial services tax practice.

Iain Mackay, PwC UK, who has secured a place on the Great Britain hockey squad. He joined the UK firm in 2009 straight from university and is an associate in the referred accounting practice. Shimpei Oikawa and Reo Fujimoto, PwC Japan. Shimpei is the assistant coach of Japan's national wheelchair basketball team taking part in the London Paralympic Games. His PwC colleague and fellow player – Reo Fujimoto – will join him to represent Japan at the Games.