Where is she now? Para skier Viv Gapes
Alpine skier Viv Gapes was NZ’s first Winter Paralympian to win gold. Today, she still loves adventure, but on a different path.
Baby Giraffe who grew into Black Sticks star
Retiring Black Stick Brooke Neal is helping young female athletes develop the balance she wishes she’d had at school.
An athlete, diplomat and a trailblazer
The ever-smiling Susie Simcock was a tireless advocate for women’s sport, a pioneer leader, mentor, baker and friend.
Whitelock honoured, but unsure of future
Black Sticks stalwart Kayla Whitelock, one of nine Kiwi women in sport recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, is undecided on whether to play at the delayed Tokyo Olympics.
Samalulu steers through unforeseen seas
From a proud athletic family, Samalulu Clifton is edging closer to her dream to represent New Zealand in two water sports.
Snow stars answer the call of the slopes
Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, Alice Robinson and Jess Hotter are taking their first steps back towards the ski slopes, to get a competitive advantage over the rest of the world.
Marise Chamberlain: where is she now?
In the first of a series tracking down sporting greats, our only female Olympic track medallist, Marise Chamberlain, recalls the last Tokyo Games.
Olympian leaps at chance to help athletes in limbo
Not all athletes are coping well with the 2020 Olympics postponement, says Sarah Cowley Ross, the new voice for New Zealand’s Olympic athletes.
Saving Grace: netballer finds joy in rugby sevens
Too fixated on wanting to be a Silver Fern, Mystics netballer Grace Kukutai has now found a new happiness playing rugby sevens.