Hewitt earns gutsy fourth

25 July 2014

It was close but no cigar for New Zealand in the Commonwealth Games women’s triathlon today.

Sprint cyclists on fire

25 July 2014

New Zealand’s sprint cyclists certainly made their presence when the Commonwealth Games opened at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome today.

Boyle in sizzling form

25 July 2014

Lauren Boyle turned in a hugely impressive showing in her first swim of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

Judo defeat for Kavanagh

24 July 2014

Tauranga under-48kg judoka Chanel Kavanagh suffered a defeat in her opening bout at the Commonwealth Games today.

Guinares off the pace

24 July 2014

Auckland weightlifter Lou Guinares was below his best today when competing in the B group of the 56kg division at the Commonwealth Games.

Tight win for bowlers

24 July 2014

For New Zealand lawn bowler Ali Forsyth, it was a case of cometh the hour, cometh the man when the Commonwealth Games began today.

Athletes Ready to March

24 July 2014

There is an air of excitement at New Zealand HQ tonight in Glasgow as more than two hundred team members prepare to march into Glasgow’s Celtic Park stadium to celebrate the Opening of the XX Commo

Brown returns - 8 years on

24 July 2014

Silver Ferns netball coach Waimarama Taumaunu struck a sentimental note at the New Zealand team’s pre-games media conference today.

Glasgow excitement builds

24 July 2014

By Joseph Romanos The Glasgow Commonwealth Games haven’t even begun yet and they’re already more enjoyable than the last time Scotland hosted the games – in Edinburgh in 1986.

Inspirational Adams Named Flagbearer

23 July 2014

Reigning Olympic, Commonwealth and World Champion Valerie Adams has been named flag bearer for the New Zealand Commonwealth Games Team to Glasgow 2014.At a ceremony in the stunning Kelvingrove Art

King ready for squash challenge

23 July 2014

New Zealand squash No 1 Joelle King has fond memories of the Commonwealth Games.

Flag Flies in Glasgow Village

21 July 2014

The New Zealand team was officially welcomed to the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow tonight.

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