Wanaka's Martin Toomey is among the athletes and sporting leaders appointed as chefs de mission for coming Olympic and Commonwealth Games.
American adaptive ski-racer Patrick Halgren dreams of winning a gold medal at the 2022 Winter Paralympics in China.
New Zealand’s medal chances at the next Winter Olympic Games have improved after the International Olympic Committee announced on Thursday freeski big air would be one of seven new disciplines at...
Seven new events have been added to the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics programme, which paves the way for the highest representation of female athletes at the event.
Three of New Zealand's Winter Olympians are completing an Otago Polytechnic course designed to provide them with insights into avalanche risk management.
Adam Hall felt a striking sense of similarity to eight years earlier, as fans and family gathered at the Dunedin Airport yesterday to welcome their local hero.
Dunedin residents are being encouraged to turn out and welcome home Paralympic gold and bronze medallist Adam Hall tonight.
Dunedin residents are being encouraged to turn out and welcome home Paralympic gold and bronze medallist Adam Hall tomorrow night.
Wanaka paralympic skier Adam Hall ought to be on top of the world after claiming gold in the men's slalom. And he is absolutely near the top - no question. But there is also a touch of sadness.
Standing skier Adam Hall has won gold in the slalom at the PyeongChang Winter Paralympics, repeating his feat at Vancouver eight years ago.
Otago Paralympic gold medallist Adam Hall continues to make his presence felt on the world stage after ''an amazing comeback'' to win the bronze in the men's super combined event in Korea.
Corey Peters (above) led a small New Zealand team at the Opening Ceremony of the Winter Paralympics in South Korea.
Corey Peters has been selected to carry the flag into the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium tonight for the New Zealand Winter Paralympics team.
Euphoria swept through Wanaka as the community welcomed home its successful Winter Olympians Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous with cheers and a deafening haka.
More than 1000 people gathered in Wanaka this afternoon to welcome successful Winter Olympians Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous.
The Otago Academy of Sport has a pretty impressive skite sheet which features two Winter Olympic bronze medallists.
Successful Winter Olympians Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous will be welcomed home in Wanaka with a street parade on Thursday afternoon.