Team NZ all smiles at America’s Cup home
It is the $212 million home for the next America’s Cup that no one wanted - but everyone is now happy to make their own.
Handling pressure key to Games success
My three world championship titles mean a great deal to me, and are a huge source of pride. But two of the proudest moments in my rowing career were qualifying for my first Olympic Games at 20, and finally winning a bronze medal at my third and final Olympics in London.
Strange behaviour at TV1 irks many
When even Keith Quinn is having a pop at you, chances are you’ve cocked up your Games coverage.
The golden tale of Yoda and Big Bear
In the presence of her protégé, Tina Ball looks tiny. She stands a smidge over five foot tall – about 1.5m, give or take a centimetre. Her three adult sons call her Yoda.