04 December 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 #connectingcoaches convention, college rowing, bob-sledding and much more.
Te Awamutu fast bowler Zac Gibson is the first recipient of a new high performance scholarship to assist New Zealand's most promising Maori players to reach their potential.
Headlined by high profile coaches from New Zealand and abroad, Sport New Zealand's 'Connecting Coaches' convention will be a landmark event- and here is how you can join the action online.
New Zealand skeleton racer Rhys Thornbury completed a double win this week at the North American Cup by posting the fastest time of the day in the International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation competition.
Tauranga twins Daniel and Sean Nicholson knocked five seconds off a record that has stood since 1992 at the Tauranga Domain this weekend.
Four female boxers will be leaving Hamilton for Serbia in January, competing in the Fifth Nations Cup in Ruma as they plot a path towards the world championships.
Sixty Auckland Grammar rowers are set to row an epic 342 kilometres in the name of charity this weekend.
After returning from the North Pole and scaling some of the world's tallest peaks, Tashi and Nungshi Malik's next challenge is to open a foundation to encourage children and women to pursue outdoor sports.
The trans-Tasman golf croquet test series between New Zealand and Australia was tied at one test each heading into the third and deciding test at the Nelson-Hinemoa Croquet Club on Friday.
Fitzroy claimed overall honours in the Stan Bridger Memorial surf lifesaving competition at New Plymouth's East End Beach.
New Zealand speed skating coach Bill Begg was happy with the performances of the two Timaru skaters on debut at the world championships in Taiwan.