New Zealand Olympic Order - Established in 1991, replacing Life Membership.
Leonard A Cuff Medal - Established in 2000 by the Olympic Academy.
Lonsdale Cup - is awarded annually by the New Zealand Olympic Committee to a competing New Zealand athlete (or team) who has demonstrated the most outstanding contribution to an Olympic or Commonwealth sport during the previous year.
The cup is a scale replica of an original Queen Anne cup of the same design presented by Lord Lonsdale during the 1911 Festival of Empire meeting. Originally won by Canada it was subsequently given to the British Empire Games Federation and to ensure its best use as an Empire trophy melted down and smaller cups were given to the several British Empire Games Associations in existence in 1934.
|Year||Lonsdale Cup Winners||Sport|
|1970||W D (Harry) Kent||Cycling|
|1977||T L J (Dick) Quax||Athletics|
|1981||David Barnes & Hamish Wilcox||Yachting|
|1983||David Barnes & Hamish Wilcox||Yachting|
|1985||Ian Ferguson & Paul McDonald||Canoeing|
|2003||Caroline and Georgina Evers-Swindell||Rowing|
|2005||New Zealand Rowing Team||Rowing|
|2008||Caroline and Georgina Evers-Swindell||Rowing|
|2010||New Zealand Netball Team||Netball|
|2012||Hamish Bond & Eric Murray||Rowing|
|2018||New Zealand Women's Rugby Sevens||Rugby|
IOC Annual Trophy - Established by the IOC in 1985 in order to promote the teaching of Olympism. Every year the IOC Executive Board selects a different theme. The selection of the recipient and the awarding of the trophy is entrusted to the National Olympic Committee.
Sir Lance Cross Memorial Cup - Established in 1993 to commemorate the memory of Sir Cecil Lancelot Stewart Cross (1912-1989), 8th IOC member in New Zealand (1969-1987) and a member of the IOC Executive Board (1978-1982).
Sir Lance was appointed to various media related Commissions within the IOC, and also served as Chairman and President of the New Zealand Olympic Committee.
Robert Swan Aitchison Memorial Trophy - The solid silver "Monteith" bowl was the King's Archery Prize won in 1912 by Dr Robert Swan Aitchison as a member of the King's Bodyguard of Royal Scottish Archers.
The trophy was donated to the New Zealand Olympic Committee in 1993 by his grand-daughter, Nerina J Aitchison-Windeler of Cambridge, New Zealand. The Trophy is held by the New Zealand Olympic Committee.
Kodak Media Photography Award - Established in 1995 by Kodak New Zealand Limited. The original award, a vintage Kodak camera mounted in a special case, remains at the Olympic Museum in Wellington.
Discontinued Prizes, Trophies & Medals Gold Trophy, Life Membership