Te Hāpaitanga applications open now for emerging and high potential female coaches
HPSNZ is now calling for applications for a second Te Hāpaitanga intake to support the development of emerging and high potential female coaches. Applications are open from today and must be received by 4 October 2021.
Update From Cycling New Zealand and High Performance Sport New Zealand On HPSNZ-Cycling New Zealand Independent Inquiry
Cycling New Zealand and High Performance Sport New Zealand are making good progress as we continue our work to confirm the details of the HPSNZ-Cycling New Zealand Independent Inquiry following the death of Olivia Podmore.
Joint Statement from Cycling New Zealand and High Performance Sport New Zealand
Cycling New Zealand together with High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) will commission an independent inquiry in the wake of Olivia Podmore’s death.
Olivia Podmore Passes Away
Additional investment to improve training facilities for Snow Sports athletes in lead up to Beijing
High Performance Sport NZ (HPSNZ) has continued a programme of strategic investment in training facilities for New Zealand’s Snow Sports athletes, today announcing an additional $306,000 for the benefit of both alpine and park and pipe athletes.
2024 Strategic Plan
Everybody in the high performance system – athletes, coaches and support staff – can inspire through their performances: from winning on the world stage in a way that makes us proud, to how they interact with each other and with the wider community as role models and ambassadors.
In the media
- Olympic Bonds: Dame Val and her Louloubelle
- NZ athletes leap to become climate change champions
- Emma Twigg back in the boat with her eyes on the dais
- Fear of failing: Why is the f-word such a bad thing?
- Smokin on the Water
- Nutritionist dishes up some sound advice
- Paige Hareb healed, heading back into water