JR/Duty Free Announces Olympic Support

28 May 2012

New Zealand athletes preparing for the 2012 London Olympic Games now have the support of leading nationwide airport retailer, JR/ Duty Free to help them get one step closer to achieving their Olymp

Prime Minister's Olympic Gala Dinner

28 May 2012

Thursday 28 June 2012 Viaduct Events Centre, Auckland

Five rowing medals at World Cup in Lucerne

28 May 2012

Triple world champions Eric Murray and Hamish Bond made it four wins in four years at the World Cup regatta in Lucerne on a day when New Zealand's rowing team won one gold, three silver and one bro

Samuels books London triathlon spot

28 May 2012

New Zealand qualified three women for the London Olympic Games at the latest ITU World Triathlon Series race in Madrid, Spain, fending off a challenge from Switzerland with ease.

Cowley Exceeds Olympic Standard in Gotzis Austria

28 May 2012

New Zealand’s Sarah Cowley produced four personal best performances in reaching the Olympic standard for the heptathlon over the last two days at the Hypo-Meeting in Gotzis, Austria.

Black Sticks Asia Tour Selections

28 May 2012

The Black Sticks women's team has been named for their Asia tour, with players given one last chance to press their claim for Olympic selection.

Olympic-bound Sergent finishes Giro on the podium

28 May 2012

Olympic cyclist Jesse Sergent finished his first Grand Tour with a podium placing in the individual time trial in the final stage of the Giro d’Italia in Milan.

Carrington takes silver at ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup 2, Duisburg, Germany

28 May 2012

It was pandemonium in the stands during the Women’s K1 200m A final at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup 2 in Germany on Sunday as New Zealand’s Lisa Carrington flew down the course neck in neck with

High level competition on second day at Canoe Sprint World Cup

27 May 2012

The second day of racing at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup 2 in Germany provided more of the high level competition the NZ team has been facing, with a couple of surprises.

NZ riders on track at UCI BMX World Championships

27 May 2012

There were no medals but plenty of relief for New Zealand’s BMX riders at the UCI World Championships in Birmingham.

Mixed fortunes for rowers in Lucerne

27 May 2012

It was a day of mixed fortunes for New Zealand's rowing world champions overnight in Lucerne - with wins for Mahé Drysdale, the men's and women's pair and the men's lightweight double scull - but

Walker pleased with qualifying at BMX World Championships

26 May 2012

The 2009 world champion Sarah Walker qualified strongly to make an excellent return from injury in time trials at the UCI BMX world championships in Birmingham today.