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Interview - Fiona Allan Chief Executive Paralympics New Zealand

As the New Zealand Paralympic Games Team wings its way back to New Zealand fresh from its success at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games

Adam Hall wins gold medal in PyeongChang

Adam Hall has won a gold medal in the Men’s Slalom Standing almost exactly eight years to the day since he won a gold medal in this same discipline at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.

Murphy established as one of the world’s best Para snowboarders in PyeongChang

Paralympian Carl Murphy has firmly established himself as one of the best Para snowboarders in the world when he placed 5th in the Men’s Banked Slalom today in PyeongChang.

Kiwi Paralympian surprised during medal ceremony

Veteran Paralympic skier Adam Hall was taken by surprise tonight when he found he was being awarded his bronze medal by fellow kiwi Paralympic legend, Duane Kale,

Corey Peters gives it his all in the Men’s Giant Slalom today in PyeongChang

Sit skier Corey Peters well and truly left it all out there on the slopes of the Jeongseon Alpine Centre in PyeongChang tonight, smashing out a fantastic second run to deliver a combined time

Para snowboarder Carl Murphy delivers performance of his life

Carl Murphy today delivered what is being hailed as one of the best races of the day at Jeongseon Alpine Centre at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.

Corey Peters wins medal in PyeongChang

Corey Peters has delivered a bronze medal for New Zealand on the first day of competition at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.

Final Nelson Swim

Conditions for the final competition swim in the Port Nelson series were perfect, as 108 swimmers enjoyed calm seas and very little current.

Port Nelson Sea Swim Series

The Port Nelson Sea Swim Series is drawing to a close on a quiet note, with numbers dropping following the recent cancellations due to pollution.

Ariarne Titmus joins swimming’s legends with the 200-400-800m freestyle treble

Ariarne Titmus has swum her way into swimming’s history books – becoming the first swimmer in 14 years and only the sixth Australian ever to take out the 200, 400 and 800 metres