14 August 2015
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This week's stories feature a preview of the New Zealand Winter Games, a number of Olympic hopefuls ready to make their mark and much more.
A 22-strong Aotearoa Maori surfing team will compete in the Melanesian Cup in New Caledonia for the first time.
It took New Zealand swimmer Kim Chambers 17 hours and 12 minutes to finish the difficult and dangerous swim from the Farrallon Islands to San Francisco.
Find out everything you need to know about the Winter Games, being held from 21-30 August in the Southern Alps.
Powerful young weightlifter raising the barIn little more than a year, 17-year-old Joachim Setefano has made huge strides on the weightlifting scene.
New Zealand's leading swimmers have descended on the Owen Glenn National Aquatic Centre for the national short course swimming championships.
Kodi Harman needs to run 100 metres in 10.16sec to achieve his lifelong goal of running at the Rio Olympics.
Tom Walsh bettered his own New Zealand shot put record in Germany last month but feels there is more to come.
Athlete Development Programme Director Dr Craig Harrison shares his thoughts on how young athletes can best develop.
From the opening of its first water-based hockey turf to hosting its first international match - it has been a year of firsts for Poverty Bay Hockey.
Hawke's Bay Tall Ferns forward Josie Stockill believes that talented locals can follow her path to an US College Basketball scholarship.