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World Beach Games - Australia Wakeboarding silver

The Australian team has finished its inaugural ANOC World Beach Games in Doha with one silver medal and promising performances from 40 Australian athletes across seven sports.

Rosa Boyd flagbearer at ANOC World Beach Games

Beach handballer Rosa Boyd will lead the Australian Team at the inaugural ANOC World Beach Games in Doha, after being announced as flagbearer for tonight’s Opening Ceremony.

Skiers rescued on Mt Ruapehu with serious injuries

Rescue services disappointed after group ski outside ski field boundary, with two rescued and one injured seriously

Queenstown ski fields ready for school holidays

Queenstown ski fields Coronet Peak and The Remarkables are ready to welcome the annual influx of winter school holiday visitors thanks to advanced snowmaking technology.

Fully funded health insurance scheme for carded high performance athletes

High Performance Sport NZ (HPSNZ) has introduced a new fully funded health insurance scheme for carded high performance athletes. The scheme, effective from today, is provided through the nib Group and forms part of HPSNZ’s increased focus on athlete

Bid for 2032 Olympic Games in Queensland

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has welcomed comments from the Prime Minister Scott Morrison, supporting a potential bid for the 2032 Olympic Games in Queensland.

New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards winners are...

Sport NZ announce winners of its annual New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards, which were held in Auckland this evening.

AOC Congratulates Olympians In Queen’s Birthday Honours

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has congratulated Olympians Luc Longley, David Nilsson and Alisa Camplin-Warner who were recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours announced today.

Woman dies tramping in Nelson, two others involved in separate rescue

55 year old woman dies on Mount Robert Ridge Nelson Lakes, becoming severely hypothermic at high altitude before rescuers arrive

Recreation groups applaud clear guidance on access by Worksafe

Recreation Aotearoa and the New Zealand Alpine Club (NZAC) have both extended their thanks to WorkSafe for producing a policy clarification that will dispel myths and perceived risks around recreational access to private and public land.