New Zealand residents will soon be able to purchase packages to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Phase one of the individual ticket request process ends June 10th at 1pm, phase 2 will open in September 2015.
Like all Olympic Games, demand for tickets at the Rio Olympic Games will be high and ticket numbers are limited, particularly for events like track cycling and swimming.
New Zealand Olympic Committee CEO Kereyn Smith says she looks forward to seeing New Zealand supporters in the stadiums in Rio.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission saw solid progress being made during its eighth visit (23 to 25 February) to the 2016 host city of Rio de Janeiro.
Today we congratulate Barbara Kendall
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One of the leading voices in international sport is in New Zealand today to share his views on the powerful role sport can play in society.
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The IOC membership has unanimously approved all 40 changes set out in the IOC's strategic road map known as “Agenda 2020” and New Zealand’s Barry Maister says the changes are good for New Zealand a
New Zealand IOC Members Barry Maister and Barbara Kendall will help shape the future of the Olympic Movement as 40 proposals for change are put to the IOC for ratification next week.
Olympic Team Chef de Mission Rob Waddell has returned from a site visit to Rio de Janeiro and says with 617 days until the 2016 Olympic Games preparations for the New Zealand team are
By International Olympic Committee
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) today welcomed the historic recognition by the United Nations of the autonomy of the IOC and sport.