14 Aug 2012
By Wright Communications
The twist means successive golds for Valerie at Beijing and now London, to top off her five-year track record which also includes two Commonwealth Games and three World Championship titles.
Toyota New Zealand General Manager of Marketing, Neeraj Lala, said the 27-year-old has demonstrated not only sporting excellence, but also the values underpinning the biggest international competition there is.
"Valerie has displayed the qualities of a true professional through this challenging campaign and Toyota joins the rest of New Zealand in congratulating her on defending her title.
"We're proud to see Valerie join a small, illustrious group of Kiwis who have won gold at successive Games. This group includes the likes of Peter Snell, Mark Todd, Ian Ferguson, Paul MacDonald, and Caroline and Georgina Evers-Swindell." said Mr Lala.
Valerie Adams became a Toyota ambassador in July, recognised by the company for her dedication and hard work in her chosen sport.
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