New badminton league keeps Pak’s Olympic dream alive
Medical scientist Anona Pak won’t let coronavirus wipe out her chances of playing badminton at the Tokyo Olympics
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.
Tiny fan gives Brazier new zest for rugby
With the Black Ferns Sevens back in camp after lockdown, long-time star Kelly Brazier returns as a new mum, with a new rugby plan.
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.
Football Fern perfects hole-in-one skills
Even at Level 3, our top Kiwi sportswomen are coming up with novel ways to keep fit - and stay sane. LockerRoom shares posts from athletes who’ve caught our eye this week.
When you can’t race a bike? Bake
Leaving Spain as it went into lockdown, talented young Kiwi cyclist Ella Harris has kept busy in her family home - while still focused on becoming a world champion.
When basketball was king for Suzie Bates
White Ferns phenomenon Suzie Bates looks back at her international basketball career and wonders what might have been had cricket not come knocking.