Michael Scott to step down as Chief Executive of High Performance Sport New Zealand
Michael Scott is stepping down as Chief Executive of High Performance Sport New Zealand after three years at the helm.
High Performance Sport NZ core investment for 2020
High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) has today confirmed a $36.8 million core investment programme for 2020, with some notable wins for women’s sport.
Complaints service to be rolled out across all High Performance programmes
High Performance Sport NZ (HPSNZ) and Sport NZ have today launched an interim independent complaints service for all sports that have high performance carded athletes.
Latest Intake for CAP 2019 Announced
High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) are delighted to announce the latest intake of coaches to the highly acclaimed Coach Accelerator Programme (CAP).
HPSNZ Reconfirms Core Investment for 2019
The investment marks the mid-point of the Tokyo Olympiad and sees a recommitment of core investment to targeted National Sport Organisations (NSOs) and new allocations to targeted and campaign NSO’s where agreements are set to expire in 2018.
Christian Penny Appointed CAP Leader
High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) is delighted to announce the appointment of Christian Penny to the position of Leader, Coach Accelerator Programme.
Scott Cresswell Appointed GM, Performance Partnerships
High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Scott Cresswell as General Manager – Performance Partnerships.
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- How a samll resort town brought home NZ's first Winter Olympic Gold
- Adam Hall claims second bronze to cap stellar Kiwi Paralympic campaign
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- A milestone day for women in sport in Aotearoa
- Second Beijing medal for Corey Peters