New Zealand will have its largest team ever at the World Rowing Championships on Lake Karapiro.
The team will consist of 55 athletes in 18 boats including both a men's and women's eight.
Top contenders for medals include men's heavyweight champion Mahe Drysdale and Eric Murray and Hamish Bond, the men's coxless pair champions.
Lightweight double scull pair Peter Taylor and Storm Uru are the current champions in their class.
Also in medal contention are women's pair, Rebecca Scown and Juliette Haigh and the men's heavyweight double scull pair Nathan Cohen and Joseph Sullivan.
Duncan Grant, the men's lightweight world champion and women's single scull, Emma Twigg also have their sights on gold.
The full New Zealand team
Men's Single Scull
Men's Adaptive Single Scull
Men's Coxless Pair
Hamish Bond, Eric Murray
Men's Double Scull
Nathan Cohen, Joesph Sullivan
Men's Lightweight Single Scull
Men's Lightweight Double Scull
Peter Taylor, Storm Uru
Men's Lightweight Coxless Pair
James Lassche, Graham Oberlin-Brown
Men's Coxless Four
David Eade, Jade Uru, Hamish Burson, Simon Watson
Rob Manson, Matthew Trott, Nathan Twaddle, John Storey
Ben Hammond, Chris Harris, Tyson Williams, Ian Seymour, Tobias Wehr-Candler, Adam Tripp, Sean O'Neil, Michael Arms, Ivan Pavich (cox)
Women's Double Scull
Emma Featherly, Fiona Paterson
Women's Coxless Pair
Women's Quad Scull
Linda Matthews, Genevieve Armstrong, Fiona Bourke, Sarah Gray
Women's Coxless Four
Harriet Austin, Genevieve Behrent, Robyn Munro, Laura Fischer
Kelsey Bevan, Tarsha Williams, Hayley Hoogeveen, Jess Low, Ali Burnside, Pene Smith, Paula Twining, Louise Trappitt, Francie Turner (Cox)
Women's Lightweight Single Scull
Women's Lightweight Double Scull
Julia Edward, Lucy Stark