New Zealand’s Olympic winter athletes are heading into the final qualification phase for the Sochi 2014 Games as the countdown to the opening ceremony approaches 90 days.
Some 20 Kiwi athletes will compete to secure international quota spots, meet selection criteria and earn their place in New Zealand Olympic history.
Olympic gold medal Rowers Hamish Bond and Eric Murray have been awarded the Lonsdale Cup for 2012.
Outstanding New Zealand athlete and Olympian Rob Waddell has been named Chef de Mission for the New Zealand Summer Olympic and Commonwealth Games Teams.
The New Zealand Olympic Committee has also confirmed the appointment of Christine (Chris) Arthur as Youth Games Chef de Mission.
Swimming New Zealand has selected a 17-strong team to compete in the sixth Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney next month.
BikeNZ has selected a six-strong team to contest next month’s Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney.
Athletics New Zealand has named 30 athletes for the New Zealand team to compete at the
Australian Youth Olympics Festival in Sydney 14 – 20 January 2013.
Some of New Zealand’s top young athletes are set to get their first taste of Olympic-style competition as the New Zealand team to the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) is finalised toda
New Zealand athletes Beatrice Faumuina (women's discus) and Valerie Adams (women's shotput) have moved up in their Athens Olympic Games rankings after the IOC announced the disqualification of a nu
Last night Olympic sponsor Volkswagen celebrated our Olympic heroes Eric Murray, Hamish Bond, Alison Shanks, Nathan Cohen, Blair Tuke, Peter Burling and Aaron Gate with an event at Giltrap Prestige
The traditional World Press Briefing (WPB) has begun in Sochi to present plans for hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and to familiarize journalists with the range of services availabl
the Rio 2016™ Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games launched the call for proposals to select the mascot for the Olympic Games and another for the Paralympic Games.
New Zealand’s Valerie Adams is one of the three finalists for the IAAF’s Woman Athlete of the Year.