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Beatrice Faumuinā appointed to Sport NZ Board

Beatrice Faumuinā ONZM OLY has been appointed to the board of Sport NZ for a term of three years. Her appointment, filling a vacant directorship, moves the board from gender parity to a 5-4 majority of female directors.


Lausanne Winter Youth Olympic Games

New Zealand’s future winter sports stars are heading to Lausanne ahead of the third edition of the Winter Youth Olympic Games.


Record economic returns for AIMS Games

A new report has shown the extraordinary impact the annual Anchor AIMS Games has on Bay of Plenty’s economy, with this year’s event injecting nearly $6.5million into regional coffers.


New Zealand Team athletes unveil Tokyo 2020 uniform

As supporter of the New Zealand Team, we are delighted to share the New Zealand Team village and podium wear for Tokyo 2020 with you.


13 Remarkable Health Benefits of Getting Outdoors

If you’re a self-professed homebody, you could seriously benefit from a change of scenery. Spending time in nature could improve your physical and mental health, ward off illness, and actually make you happier!


2032 Olympic Games in Queensland

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk " pursue the opportunity to host the 2032 Olympic Games in Queensland."


Olympians Celebrate Young Leaders Honoured as Olympic Change-Makers

Twenty-six of Australia’s brightest young leaders were recognised for driving positive change in their communities at the inaugural Australian Olympic Change-Maker national summit in Canberra.


DFSNZ launches new online search tool to help athletes check medication

Drug Free Sport New Zealand launches Global Drug Reference Online (Global DRO), an online search tool which will allow athletes to easily check the status of medication and ingredients


Spark smart rugby ball to balance screen time with playtime

Kiwi children are facing an upbringing dominated by technology – the struggle to find balance in today’s fast-paced environment is an ongoing challenge for New Zealand families.


Police remind trampers and walkers to plan before heading out

More trampers rescued. Taupo Police remind people to be prepared and notify people of their plans. As the weather improves many people will be heading off into the great outdoors.