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.
Michael Scott Appointed Chief Executive of High Performance Sport NZ
The Board of High Performance Sport NZ (HPSNZ) has appointed Michael Scott as its next Chief Executive. He replaces Alex Baumann, who departed HPSNZ last week after nearly six years at the helm.
New Investment Figures Announced as New Zealand Look Towards Tokyo 2020
High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) today announced a $35 million core investment programme for 2017.
New Zealand Athletes Achieve Best Ever Performance at an Olympic Games
New Zealand athletes made history at the Rio Olympic Games winning 18 medals, a 38% increase on London 2012 and four above the Olympic target.
High Performance Sport NZ Investments Announced in Final Run Up to Rio
High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) has confirmed its 2016 investments into sports, as they enter the final run into the Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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- From desk to lake - Rowing's new duo aim for Paris
- Dames Valerie Adams and Noeline Taurua join HPSNZ Board
- Hayden Wilde must wait longer to find out Commonwealth Games gold protest
- Charting the rise of Snow Sports in New Zealand's winter nursery
- From driving forklifts to Commonwealth Games hero: what's next for Aaron Gate?
- 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