30 October 2015
Think you’ve caught up on all the week’s sports news from across New Zealand? Think again with our list of the ‘top 10 sports stories you may have missed!’
This week's stories feature action from the track, teenage cricket umpires making their mark and much more.
At just 16-years-old, Maddison Wesche is ranked in the top five women’s shot putters in New Zealand and is set to follow in the footsteps of Valerie Adams.
The world’s elite snow sports athletes honed their skills and pushed the envelope at this year’s Spring Camp in Cardrona.
New Zealand track cycling head coach Dayle Cheatley is expecting a white hot competition when the all-important pre-Olympic UCI Track Cycling World Cup season kicks off in Colombia this weekend.
Australia and New Zealand will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli during next week's first Test in Brisbane.
Aucklanders Debbie Mygind, Dean Rice and Eddie Kohlhase were inducted into the world softball hall of fame at the recent ceremony in Oklahoma City.
New Zealand's premier road cycling event, the 59th Tour of Southland starts on Sunday November 1 with 14 teams set to ride the gruelling race.
Wellington club cricket umpiring has had an injection of youth with three teenage umpires debuting in Premier cricket this season.
New president of Croquet New Zealand announced Nelson's Annie Henry has some very firm ideas about promoting the sport of croquet nationally and now she's in a position to help implement them.
Four world championship-bound Hawkes Bay Taekwondo experts have been honoured with special scholarships.
Taking place next April in Northland's scenic Whangarei/Bream Heads region, the Wild Kiwi is a new run/walk/multi-sport event that has been 18 months in the planning.