WWE is returning to New Zealand for the first time in five
years with a live show in Auckland.
Super Bowl 50 was the third most-watched Super Bowl in US
history with 111.9 million Americans watching the game on
television, ratings data showed.
The Denver Broncos won their third National Football League
championship with a 24-10 upset victory over the top-seeded
Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 today.
The Otago Daily Times Online looks at some of the big stories
in sports this week.
Bruce Cunningham has revived his love of snooker which began
in a Wanganui billiards hall almost 50 years ago.
New Zealand Diamondblacks pitcher Nick Maronde's 1.8m frame
better have strong shoulders as he carries the hopes of the
country's entire baseball programme upon them.
Dusting off the badminton racquet for a trip to New Zealand
is becoming an annual chore for New Caledonian man Michel
Russo - but it is a chore he loves.
What is hot in sport other than the weather at the moment?
Denver sack-leader Von Miller aims to land a one-two punch in
the Super Bowl as the No 2 pick of the 2011 NFL Draft tries
to disrupt Carolina quarterback Cam Newton, that draft's No 1
The sight of her grandfather's Masters Games bronze medal
helped light a fire inside Alison Shanks.
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