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.
Anzac Day: Gone West
On a quiet and empty Anzac Day, Sandra Coney looks forward to the time when the unique memorials of her beloved West Auckland are once again places where people gather to remember.
Tori’s story: How she gave the javelin wings
After years of injury and little headway, Kiwi javelin thrower Tori Peeters has finally found her mojo, and is little more than a javelin-length away from making the Tokyo Olympics. .
Fielder lets her shoes do the talking
Her unique hand-painted shoes may have been the talk of the Tour de France, but now Kiwi Caitlin Fielder is fast making her mark on the world trail running scene.
Running for 50 hours... and still not winning
Nelson doctor Katie Wright ran the race of her life over 50 hours in Tennessee, overcoming a barrage of pains and problems. Yet it wasn’t enough to become the world’s last person standing.
Dame Val helps put sister on the podium
Lisa Adams has turned her life around to smash world records in Para shot put, with the help of her Olympic champion sister.
World No.1 thrower’s pursuit of happiness
Tayla Clement is on track to become one of NZ’s best Para athletes. But she’s made it clear that if her quest for records and medals impacts her mental health, she will walk away.
Flying Buscomb’s on track to achieve greater things
Having run away from NZ in search of a breakthrough, distance runner Camille Buscomb is out to prove herself at the world champs, and she hopes, the 2020 Olympics.