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New Zealand cyclist Georgia Williams believes she is "fully recovered" from RED-S syndrome and ready to get back to being the rider she was three years ago.
Up and coming New Zealand cyclists Niamh Fisher-Black and Mikayla Harvey are looking for a new team after theirs suddenly folded.
Leading triathlete Hayden Wilde is attempting to break one of the longest standing records in New Zealand's athletics history.
Experienced New Zealand cyclist Sam Bewley feels well prepared for his maiden Tour de France.
Scott McLaughlin has made it clear he believes his future is in North America, after winning the chaotic finale to the IndyCar's iRacing series.
Professional cycling is feeling the pinch as a result of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic and it's hitting New Zealand's leading riders in the pockets.
Simon Child will make his long-awaited return to the New Zealand men's hockey team tonight, completing his comeback from a near career-ending injury.
A Dunedin distance runner is living his dream at the World Athletics Championships in Doha, but in unfamiliar colours.
A former Kookaburras goalkeeper has been named in the New Zealand men's hockey team for the upcoming four test series against Japan.
Portia Woodman is scheduled to make her long-awaited return to the Black Ferns Sevens in December and there's belief she's coming back stronger than ever.
New Zealand cyclist Patrick Bevin has set his sights on standing on the top tier of the podium at next year's Tokyo Olympics, after a frustrating and testing 2019.
Patrick Bevin's endeavouring to become the first Kiwi to win an elite men's medal at the World Road Cycling Championships in Yorkshire.
The New Zealand women's hockey team feels it's finally got its mojo back, after a tumultuous 12 months.
A much-needed confidence boost for Nick Willis ahead of the World Athletics Championships in Doha.
New Zealand cyclist Patrick Bevin has renewed hopes of a podium finish at this month's UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire, after finishing runner-up on stage 10 of the Vuelta a Espana.
Dame Yvette and Sir Graham headline the sports personalities recognised in the 2019 Queen's Birthday Honours.
Lowie is now Sir Graham Lowe - the decorated former rugby league coach has been made a Knight Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
Olympic gold medallist Yvette Corlett had her knighthood ratified the day before she died in April.