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3rd Annual Wicked Winter 6hr Rogaine in support of New Zealand Red Cross

Over 600 competitors filled the hills around Orton Bradley Park for one of the biggest (in terms of numbers) longer distance rogaine events to be held in New Zealand.


Barbara Kendall Says New Zealand Sport Can Prosper In A Covid-Struck World

Triple Olympic medalist Barbara Kendall has called on New Zealand sporting organisations to hit the reset button and take advantage of the country’s natural advantages in a pandemic-struck era.


Peter Miskimmin to step down as CEO of Sport NZ

Peter Miskimmin has resigned as CEO of Sport NZ and will step down from his role in December. He has served as CEO of Sport NZ (formerly SPARC) since 2008.


Proposal to ban transwomen in sport

Save Women’s Sport New Zealand is calling for sporting organisations to follow World Rugby’s lead and prioritise women’s safety, following the leaking of a draft proposal to ban transwomen from women’s rugby.


Tokyo 2020 confirms the competition schedule for the Games in 2021

The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic confirmed the event line-up for each competition session of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020,


MLC To Nurture Australia’s Young Wealth of Talent

Swimming Australia announced a new partnership, which will see the iconic Australian brand nurture the country’s next wave of swimming talent.


2021 Calendar Leading into Tokyo Confirmed

Swimming Australia has confirmed the event dates for its national competition schedule leading into the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics next year, with the domestic calendar set to play a vital role in the athletes’ preparation.


DOC's NZ response to COVID-19

New Zealand is at Alert Level 1. DOC facilities are fully open without restrictions - including visitor centres, huts, campgrounds and toilets.


Queenstown covered in first major snowfall for 2020

Snow over the weekend has blanketed Queenstown's mountains, heralding Queenstown’s transformation for the winter season.


Queen’s Birthday Honours List

Five Australian Olympians have been recognised in today’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List.