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I puta tēnei hākinakina ki te Haikura ō Tikipunga.

Ko te ingoa ō tēnei momo hākinakina ko te Speed Badminton, ā ko te Speedminton.

I tīmata i Aotearoa i te tīmatanga ō tēnei tau.

Ko te āhua nei pēnā katoa ā Tikipunga ki ā rātou mahinga ō tēnei hākinakina he tūponotanga ā haere tāwahi atu ki Berlin hei tauira mō Aotearoa ā tērā tau.

Mea nei te kaiwhakahaere matua ō Aotearoa nei ko Nicki Martin e tautoko ana rātou ki tēnei urunga ki Aotearoa me te mea nei ka tautoko taua rōpū i tērā tīma ka waimarie ki te haere ki ngā toatanga-ā-ao ki Berlin.

Me te kōrero he pai rawa atu te kite atu ētahi mai i te Tai Tokerau kei roto i taua tīma.

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