Black Fins captain Andrew McMillan hopes to help create history in the Netherlands next month.
King's and Queen’s rule the waves.
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Wanaka triathlete Tony Dodds will arrive in Rio today as his preparation for the men’s Olympic race next week nears an end.
Thousands of volunteers will be needed to help Auckland host one of its biggest sporting events in its history.
Wanaka Paralympian Hamish McLean will be hoping to return from Rio de Janeiro with some extra baggage.
It did not take long for Otago Girls' High School pupil Alaina Baker to overcome her nerves on the judo mat.
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The 10-year-old boy waited to be picked up after swimming training by his mother.
Swimming's world governing body FINA has allowed Russian swimmers Vladimir Morozov and Nikita Lobintsev to compete at the Rio Olympics, TASS news agency quoted their lawyer Artyom Patsev as saying.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has defended the publication date of a damning report on doping in Russia, a day after the International Olympic Committee blamed it for the uncertainty surrounding Russian athletes at the Rio de Janeiro Games.
The world's two largest economies, the United States and China, will again win most gold medals at the Olympics and Britain will push Russia into third place in the overall standings, Goldman Sachs predicted in a survey released.
Team shirts and a laptop computer belonging to a cycling official have been stolen from the Australian building in the athletes' village at the Rio Olympics, team chief Kitty Chiller said.
These brawling brothers are drawing inspiration from each other to win national titles.
A leading Dunedin coach is welcoming a move by Swimming New Zealand to scrap national championships for under-12s but says the move is only a first step to retaining swimmers.
Athletes at this summer's Olympics must sever ties with all non official Games sponsors while competing and adhere to strict social media guidelines or risk sanctions and possible disqualification.
Despite Kiwi 49er pair Peter Burling and Blair Tuke's 27-regatta winning streak ending earlier this month, the two are hopeful their training and preparation for the Rio waters will pay off.
Rugby in these professional days is full of buzz words.
The first New Zealand Olympic team members to arrive at the Rio athletes' village are happy with the surroundings despite major concerns from their Australian counterparts.
A Kiwi sportsman in Brazil says he was kidnapped by men in police uniform and forced to withdraw money from ATMs.