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Kaylee McKeown capped off a golden day for Australia taking gold in the 50m backstroke at the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games.
After a tragic death on the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, DOC and New Zealand Police are encouraging people to help our visitors stay safe in the outdoors.
Australia has won its first medals of the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games, with three silvers and a bronze at the pool on Monday night.
This evening Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) will mark its 50th Anniversary as the National Paralympic Committee for New Zealand. During the event PNZ
Ross Edgley has reached another milestone in his epic Great British Swim as the British strongman swum back into English waters to close on the finish back in Margate. Here is all you need to know:
Sport climber Sarah Tetzlaff flew up the speed wall to set a New Zealand record as the sport made its Olympic debut on day one of Buenos Aires 2018.
Auckland teenager Kyla Alexander rounded out the New Zealand Short Course Championships by breaking former Junior World Champion Gabrielle Fa’amausili’s 17 years national age-group record in the 50m backstroke event.
Weightlifter Kanah Andrews-Nahu named New Zealand Youth Olympic Games Team Flagbearer
Thomas Watkins has been in record breaking form this week. Fresh off setting a new 18 years national age-group record in the 400m individual medley two days ago,
Bradlee Ashby has been in scintillating form at the 2018 New Zealand Short Course Championships, breaking his second national record in as many days.