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20 Years Since Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) is celebrating 20 years since the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games today with a ceremony at Sydney Olympic Park.


Sport NZ announces 2020 sector award winners

Sport NZ announce the category winners of the 2020 New Zealand Sport and Recreation awards.


Three Time Olympian Patty Mills LIVE on AOC Wellbeing Week tomorrow

Australian Boomer and NBA star Patty Mills will make a live appearance tomorrow as an expert panellist on the final day of AOC’s Wellbeing Week, presented by Allianz.


Three Times Olympian Patty Mills joins Wellbeing Week Line-up

Australian Boomer and NBA star Patty Mills will join a raft of Olympic champions next week as an expert panellist during the AOC’s Wellbeing Week, presented by Allianz.


Avoiding running injuries to make the finish line

It’s a busy time on the streets for runners. Expert advice how to stay injury free as they build up to race day.


High Performance Sport Facing Deep Financial Hole

High Performance sport in New Zealand is facing a grim financial reality as postponed events and shrinking commercial investment combine to create a major funding hole.


Manu Feildel fundraising for ‘Below the Belt’

Chef and TV personality, Manu Feildel, has been getting fit cycling, boxing and going to the gym and this September he has signed up to the ANZUP ‘Below the Belt’


New Initiatives for Female Coaches and Leaders in HP Sport

High Performance Sport NZ (HPSNZ) has today launched the two main pillars of its $2.7 million Women in High Performance Sport pilot project which seeks


Sport NZ recognises outstanding leaders

Sport NZ has announced the two winners of the leadership categories from its annual New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards.


More than $5 million of Sport NZ’s new community fund available in Auckland

Applications are now open for Sport NZ’s new fund - Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa - for community-based programmes and projects targeting children and young people at most risk of missing out or being less active.