Fearless freeskier takes up a winter affair
Kiwi Winter Olympian and mountain explorer, Janina Kuzma, has become a film-maker, shining a light on gutsy female freeskiers.
Kanah’s struggle to lift out of lockdown fog
Our first world weightlifting gold medallist, Kanah Andrews-Nahu, has struggled coming out of lockdown, and knows she can’t just rely on her talent.
The karate kid who stood up to her bullies
From the kid who was picked on for being different, Sian Scott is now fighting to represent NZ in karate at its Olympic debut in Tokyo next year.
Where is she now? Philippa Gould
A four-time world record breaker by 17, Philippa Gould remains New Zealand’s only long-course swimming world record holder. Why did she retire still a teen?
Why NZ is outlier in world women’s sport
New Zealand is leading the world getting women’s sport back up and running. And new fans around the world are watching.
No.1 gymnast Fishwick flips her doubters
Our top artistic gymnast, Maia Fishwick, heads back to the US to join her college team, and tells Suzanne McFadden why her rise has been against the odds.
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.
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