The stories of our very first Olympians and those of the last athletes to travel by ship to the Olympic Games are celebrated in an exciting museum exhibition opening in Wellington this week.
New Zealand's lightweight four is still in the hunt for a place in London after taking one of the two vital top two finishing positions in the repechage to progress to the main A Final in the Last
A perilous course proved the undoing of much of the field including New Zealand’s Karen Hanlen in the fourth round of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in France today.
The NZL Sailing Team’s busy month at six Olympic class world championships have come to a close overnight as Sara Winther placed 34th in the Laser Radial.
Both New Zealand crews aiming to qualify at this week's Last Chance Qualifying regatta in Lucerne face uphill battles after failing to impress in their first races.
The last day of the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup 1 dawned bright and sunny and provided yet another prevailing headwind for the athletes to paddle into.
Jo Aleh and Olivia (Polly) Powrie have finished fourth at the 470 World Championships which ended overnight in Barcelona, Spain.
Day two was a good day for the Kiwi women all round at the 2012 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Poland.
Olympic cyclist Aaron Gate has finished third in the individual time trial on the fourth stage of the Fleche du Sud in Luxembourg today.
A lack of wind on the final day of the Finn Gold Cup left the NZL Sailing Team’s Dan Slater ranked 16th at the end of the 2012 Finn World Championship in England.
The first day of racing in the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Poznan, Poland proved challenging for the kiwi team.
The last part of the Greek leg (all in all 3000km, an 8-day relay) of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay, the Olympic Flame was handed over to the London 2012 delegation.