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Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) announced the selection of the New Zealand Para Swimming Team to compete at the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships (London, England) from 9 – 15 September.
Kiwi Dougal Allan reports on his team defending their title at the 2019 Weng’an Mountain Outdoor Race China
Anticipating adverse weather conditions on the Lake Malta course in Poznan, Poland, FISA race officials called for a last-minute schedule change for heats at day one of World Rowing Cup II.
Auckland schoolgirl Hannah Thomas booked a spot in her first ICF World Cup canoe slalom semifinal after finishing ninth in the repechage in Slovakia overnight.
Olympians are inspiring communities across the country in the leadup to Olympic Day on Sunday 23 July.
Swimming New Zealand would like to settle some confusion around 17-year old Luan Grobbelaar from Kiwi West Aquatics.
Sophie Pascoe (QEII) was racing by herself in the Women's S9 100m Butterfly. Not only did Pascoe break the World Para-Swimming (WPS) World Record in the heats this
Erika Fairweather from Neptune took the spotlight in tonight's finals when she swam an incredible 4:09.33 seconds in the Women's 400m Freestyle.
With 100 days to go until the start of the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019, action is heating up across the global athletics landscape, promising a full slate of thrilling competition when
Christchurch man Brendan Lindsay today became the first person to claim the First-on-the-Chair title for three mountains in a row with the opening of the new Coronet Express chairlift today.