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Kiwi team for 2018 Paralympic Winter Games announced

A team of four exceptional Para athletes have been selected by Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) to compete at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games next March

New Zealand’s Youngest Winter Olympian Among First Athletes Named

Fifteen year old freeski halfpipe athlete Nico Porteus is set to become New Zealand's youngest Winter Olympian next February as he joins his brother Miguel (18, freeski halfpipe) as one of the first athletes named to the New Zealand 2018 Olympic Wint

Doping Crisis Threatens 2018 Winter Olympic Games

Less than five months before the start of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, seventeen NADO (National Anti-Doping Organisation) leaders, including Drug Free Sport NZ chief executive Nick Paterson

Double Gold For Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin In Perfect Season Start

Australia’s march toward PyeongChang 2018 has been boosted by Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin’s double gold medal haul in the season’s opening Snowboard Cross World Cups in Cerro Catedral, Argentina.

New Queenstown Winter Festival director appointed

Destination Queenstown is delighted to announce the appointment of Rae Baker to the position of Queenstown Winter Festival Director.

Winter Games important step in Olympic Games build up

A host of Kiwi athletes aiming to qualify and be selected for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games will be in action during Winter Games New Zealand, held in the Southern Alps.

Improved Facilities For Aerial Skiing At Mt Buller Announced

A new 20-year agreement to better support Aerial Skiing athletes has been announced at Mt Buller, making the alpine village an official Olympic Training Centre and Victoria’s home for the development of future Olympic and World Champions in Aerial an

French skier missing near Wanaka

Missing French skier Tom Garatadour has been found safe after a day-long search in the mountains to the west of Lake Wanaka.

Woman rescued in overnight Mt Ruapehu SAR operation

A woman is very lucky to be alive after becoming lost on Mt Ruapehu while skiing outside of the ski field boundary yesterday.

NSW Government Decision To Halt Ski Jump Water Ramp Project In Lennox Head

Olympic Winter Institute Australia Chairman Geoff Henke AO and Olympic Gold Medallist Lydia Lassila have acknowledged the NSW Government’s decision today not to proceed with the multi sports development