12 July, 2015
New Zealand has equalled its second best effort at a World University Games winning one gold, three silver medals and one bronze.
New Zealand’s medal tally for the World University Games now stands at five after outstanding efforts by 5000m runner Camille Buscomb, who won silver, and hammer thrower Julia Ratcliffe who w
Auckland student Eliza McCartney has won New Zealand’s second medal of the World University Games, silver in the women’s pole vault.
New Zealand's Pacific Games weightlifting team have claimed a further nine medals on the final day of competition in Port Moresby.
Day one for Athletics
New Zealand weightlifter Ruth Anderson-Horrell has claimed three bronze medals competing in the women's 69 kilogram division at the Pacific Games in Port Moresby.
New Zealand has won its first medal of the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea with a silver to rower Toby Cunliffe-Steel in the men’s lightweight single scull.
Competition results from Monday 6 July
19 year-old Weightlifter Charlotte Moss of Auckland lifted her way into the history books overnight becoming New Zealand's first Pacific Games medalist.
Hammer thrower Julia Ratcliffe has been named as flagbearer for the New Zealand Team competing at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea.