New Zealand rowers have claimed a golden double and two world best time records at the 2014 world rowing championships in Amsterdam, with the squad also set up for more glory over the final two days of competition.
Waikato’s Bradlee Ashby earned New Zealand first medal on the second night of finals at the Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Hawaii today.
The Australian Rugby Union today welcomed former Rugby League and AFL star Karmichael Hunt to Australia’s Super Rugby ranks, after signing with the Queensland Reds on a three year contract.
In days gone by, any conversation about the NZRL National Secondary Schools Tournament would likely begin (and often end) with St Paul's College.
Tickets go on sale this Monday 1 September at 9am for the NZ Festival of Tennis, via Ticketek.
2015 is the second year of the NZ Festival of Tennis, which offers a celebration of tennis, and the great Kiwi Summer, anchored by two marquee events - the ASB Classic and the Heineken Open.
New Zealand triathletes racing in Edmonton in the ITU World Triathlon Series Grand Final this weekend know they are in for the toughest race of the season but have done the work to best prepare themselves for that prospect.
All Blacks Charlie Faumuina, Steven Luatua and Charles Piutau will start for Auckland this weekend in the team’s first home match against Tasman (Sunday, 4.35pm).
Things just keep getting better for Wellington Phoenix defender Tom Doyle.
Just weeks after achieving his dream of becoming a professional footballer, Doyle has been called into the All Whites for the trip to Doha and Uzbekistan as a replacement for the unavailable Marco Rojas.
Australian Rugby Union is delighted to announce a new Inclusion Policy, which is designed to stamp out all forms of discrimination and homophobia in Rugby and ensure a positive environment for everyone involved in the game.
The Halberg Disability Sport Foundation is pleased to announce a partnership with the Flight Centre Foundation for a series of five surfing events being held this summer around the country for physically disabled young people.
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