Double Paralympic gold medallist Liam Malone has his sights set on breaking the national able bodied record and becoming the fastest man in the country over 400 metres.
New Zealand's Paralympic team arrived in Auckland this morning to an enthusiastic welcome, their collection of 21 medals from Rio draped around their necks.
"Blade runner'' Liam Malone carried the NZ flag at the closing ceremony of the Rio Paralympics, capping a successful campaign for the Kiwis who take home 21 medals, including nine golds.
Iranian cyclist Sarafraz Bahman Golbarnezhad has died after crashing in the C4-5 event at the Paralympics.
New Zealand's leading tandem pairing, Emma Foy & Laura Thompson (sighted pilot), have today won bronze in the road cycling Women's Race in a time of 1:59.33, behind the tandems from Ireland and...
The New Zealand Paralympic team won its 19th medal overnight, after 17-year-old William Stedman stormed to a bronze in the Men's 400m T36.
Otago's newest Paralympic champion won his medal wearing green and gold, although, given the circumstances, perhaps that can be forgiven.
An Australian war veteran born and raised in Queenstown was racing for a fallen comrade when he won the first Paralympic title in the men's KL3 canoe sprint in Rio.
Liam Malone has powered to his second gold of the Paralympics by convincingly winning the Men's 400m T44 in Rio this morning.
Words could not describe how happy Otago athlete Holly Robinson was after claiming silver in the women's javelin F46 on another successful day for New Zealand at the Rio Paralympics yesterday.
Former Hokitika athlete Holly Robinson was "buzzing" and "shattered" at the same time after winning a silver medal in the Women's Javelin F46 at the Paralympics early this morning.
Athletes competed in several athletic disciplines including shooting, javelin and table tennis on Day 7 of the 2016 Paralympics.
The medals keep coming for the New Zealand Paralympics team, with a gold and two silvers added to the tally today.
Sophie Pascoe, Liam Malone and Cameron Leslie added three gold medals to New Zealand's haul at the Rio Paralympics yesterday, bringing its total to seven golds and 13 overall.
New Zealand has surged up the medal table at the Paralympics with three gold medals within 90 minutes at the Rio Games.
Otago Paralympian Anna Grimaldi produced another slick sprinting performance to finish fourth in the women's T45-47 100m at the Rio 2016 Paralympics yesterday morning.