For the second successive day the track cyclists provided the headlines for New Zealand.
Boosted by the cyclists’ noble efforts, New Zealand won a gold, two silvers and two bronzes on the second day of the games.
New Zealand interest at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome again centred around the men’s sprinters, who added individual gold and bronze medals to the gold they won in the teams event on the first day.
The New Zealand and Australian Triathlon Mixed Team took home bronze today, with Elizabeth Stannard, 17, Palmerston North, and Daniel Hoy, 16, Auckland, joining Australian women’s gold medallist Br
Our sailors caught the wind today and used it to place a bid for the medal races, the 50 metre backstroke swimmers qualified through to the final and the men’s basketball team took two from two in
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The third day of competition was a brilliant display of consistency and strength for a number of our athletes.
Two medals were the highlights of day two of competition in Nanjing.
Fourteen year old Bobbi Gichard, the youngest swimmer in the field, was a blink away from victory at the Youth Olympic Games in China today.
It has been a whirlwind few weeks for New Zealand's weightlifting coach Richie Patterson on the road to the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.
Kiwi triathlete Daniel Hoy took silver in the men's sprint triathlon today, bringing home New Zealand's first medal.
The NZ Club has opened its doors to family, friends and supporters of the NZ Youth Olympic Games team with a function being held at the Nutria Dairy function centre in Nanjing.
It was a strong first day's showing for our kiwi athletes in Nanjing, with 100m backstroke swimmer Bobbi Gichard earning a spot in the final, men's hockey winning 8-2 in the pool game against Zambia and the beach volleyball duo taking down Congo.
At five years old, most kids do not have bad eyes. Sophia Dong did.
That was when the doctor recommended she take up table tennis.
Competition has only just kicked off at the Youth Olympic Games, but Kiwi athletes have already immersed themselves in the village life.