HPSNZ Review into Cycling NZ High Performance Programme
The Review started on 6 June 2018 and is being undertaken by an Independent Reviewer in accordance with the Terms of Reference which have been agreed by HPSNZ and Cycling NZ.
High Performance Sport NZ mourns the loss of Jan Cameron
High Performance Sport NZ are deeply sadness to learn of the sudden passing of former NZ swimming coach Jan Cameron.
HPSNZ Announce Latest Intake for CAP 2018
High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) are delighted to announce the latest intake of coaches to the highly acclaimed Coach Accelerator Programme.
A summer of incredible sporting drama at the Winter Games
As Pyeongchang 2018 draws to a close, it is timely to reflect on what has been an outstanding period for winter sport in New Zealand.
Kiwi Innovation Boosting Peters Pursuit of Glory
In a sport where every hundredth of a second counts, Corey Peters’ pursuit of glory at the Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games has been boosted by the support of the High Performance Sport NZ Innovation team and in-house Goldmine programme.
More Kiwi Athletes Ready to Win Medals in South Korea
Following on from New Zealand’s spectacular showing at the Olympic Winter Games, three more New Zealand athletes are ready to take to the slopes in South Korea. This time hunting kiwi medals in Para Alpine skiing and Para snowboarding at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games from 9 - 18 March.
High Performance Reconfirms Core Investment for 2018
High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) today reconfirmed the $35 million core investment programme for 2018 announced last December as the organisation re-set for Tokyo 2020.
In the media
- NZ finish with 20 Golds after women's doubles win
- Birmingham Day 10 wrap - Aaron Gate and Kiwi squash stars make history
- Birmingham 2022 Day 5 wrap - Surprise pole vault medal for Imogen Ayris
- Inside the mind of a triple gold medallist
- Ellesse Andrews and Aaron Gate complete golden triple as NZ wins four more cycling medals
- Anatomy of a victory: How Lewis Clareburt conquered swimming legend Chad le Clos in 20om butterfly
- Another golden day for NZ in Birmingham
- NZ cyclists claim more medals on the track
- Stunning first day in Birmingham for NZ