For the second successive day the track cyclists provided the headlines for New Zealand.
Boosted by the cyclists’ noble efforts, New Zealand won a gold, two silvers and two bronzes on the second day of the games.
New Zealand interest at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome again centred around the men’s sprinters, who added individual gold and bronze medals to the gold they won in the teams event on the first day.
The New Zealand Squash team has been announced for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow from July 23 - August 3.
The New Zealand Judo Team for Glasgow 2014 was named last week, Jason Koster, Moira De Villiers and Ryan Dill-Russell talk to us about what it means to be selected to represent New Zealand.
A team of eleven top-ranked athletes has been named today to represent New Zealand in Judo at the upcoming Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
New Zealand will boast a talented team of top professional cyclists for road racing at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The New Zealand Olympic Committee and Badminton New Zealand today confirmed an 8-person team to travel to Glasgow and represent the country at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in July.
Managing Director and Head of Investment Banking for First NZ Capital Rob Hamilton has been reappointed to the New Zealand Olympic Committee board.
Former New Zealand Olympic Chef de Mission was awarded a New Zealand Olympic Order today.
New Zealand Olympic Committee Board Member and Chair of the organisation’s Integrity Working Group Liz Dawson signalled today that by 2016 all sports would need to implement a sports match-fi
The New Zealand Olympic Committee presented the organisation’s 102nd Annual Report to its membership today at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron in Auckland.
One individual athlete and a relay team have been named by the New Zealand Olympic Committee in the second athletics announcement for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, in addition to the eleven athle
A team of fifteen bowlers has been named to represent New Zealand at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games today in Auckland.
Delhi gold medallists Mike Collings and John Snowden have been selected for the New Zealand Commonwealth Games as part of a nine-strong team for Glasgow 2014.