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Eliza Grigg and Jack Adams crowned NZ Alpine National Combined Disciplines Overall Champions.

Eliza Grigg and Jack Adams were crowned the Alpine National Combined Disciplines Overall Champions at Coronet Peak today. Today was the third and final day of the National Alpine Championships


Willis Feasey, Adam Hall and Corey Peters Claim Back to Back National Titles

Willis Feasey, Adam Hall and Corey Peters were crowned National Giant Slalom Champions today in their respective categories, following their Super G wins from yesterday.


Eliza Grigg Wins the Alpine National Champs Super G in a Career First

Day One of the National Alpine Championships, National Para Alpine Championships and the National Alpine Junior Championships were held under blue skies with warm temperatures at Coronet Peak.


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.


Team Wells crowned overall Obsidian Champions

Team Wells was crowned victorious at the Obsidian 2020 on Friday 28 August after a tight race which came down to the wire


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.


Team Wells wins NZ Obsidian Mountain Shred Challenge

Team Wells takes the win in the Winter Games NZ Obsidian Mountain Shred Challenge


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