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- Fekitoa in support of proposed changes
AUCKLAND: Former All Black and Highlander Malakai Fekitoa has thrown his support behind potential law changes that would allow players to represent more than one country in their careers without having to jump through hoops.
- Gorinski excited about opportunity
YOUR finances are in good hands.
- Hayman’s early-onset dementia diagnosis spurs thoughts on own concussion battle
AUCKLAND: One of Carl Hayman’s old team-mates has been left disheartened by the former All Black prop’s health news and has taken a step back to look at his own struggles with concussion.
- Guptilldigsdeep toguideNZtowinoverScotland
AUCKLAND: Don’t expect to see Martin Guptill doing any voluntary training before the Black Caps’ next game at the T20 World Cup.
- O’Donnell, Dippie hoping overall consistency pays off
SCOTT O’Donnell and Allan Dippie (Porsche 991 GT3R) are playing the long game.
- Injury puts Pembrook Playboy out of Cup
CHRISTCHURCH: Big southern hope Pembrook Playboy is out of the New Zealand Cup.
- Otago’sconfidence healthyinRotorua
A MONTH ago, Otago’s season seemed to have hit a stumbling point.
- One win could be enough for Southland to progress
SOUTHLAND could make next week’s NPC playoffs with just one win.
- Win earns Liverpool spot in last 16
BERLIN: First-half goals from Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane have earned Liverpool a 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid and a place in the Champions League last 16, while Ajax struck late to win 3-1 in Dortmund to join the Reds in the knockout stage yesterday.
- Fifa, IOC pledge NetZero carbon emissions by 2040
LONDON: Some of the world’s biggest sports organisations including football’s governing body Fifa and the International Olympic Committee have pledged to reduce their carbon emissions and reach NetZero by 2040, it was announced yesterday.
- Twins with the will to win feature of Tokyo Games
TOKYO: With the Tokyo squads smaller than in previous Games, it is harder than ever to make it on to an Olympic gymnastics team....
- Compelling story of triumph and tragedy in 31 chapters
The Tokyo Games mark the 32nd Olympiad, and first to take place in an odd year. The New Zealand Herald looks back on 10 memorable Olympic moments....
- Chosen sport not always a priority as life catches up
- Second chance to attend a finals day
- Fern farewell
Kereyn Smith has come a long way since she ran the Academy of Sport in Dunedin — and since she was running around on a Clinton farm as a girl. In the coming months, she will end her 11-year spell as chief executive and secretary-general of the New Zealand Olympic Committee. HaydenMeikle tracks her ...
- Sodhi working on pace, energy
AUCKLAND: Ish Sodhi shapes as a key performer in conditions likely to favour spin when the Black Caps’ T20 World Cup campaign starts in the UAE next week....
- Covid boosts sportscardtrade
An old baseball card made news this week when it was sold for a world record $US6.6million ($NZ9.6million). The sports trading card industry has boomed during the pandemic and is riding higher than ever, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports....
- Waiting game: why Silver Ferns spurn city
Once a regular feature on the Silver Ferns schedule, Dunedin has hosted just one test over the past 22 years. As the team prepares to face England in Christchurch, Jeff Cheshire looks at what became of the city’s relationship with the national team....
- Four Kiwis who disregarded the odds
New Zealand has won more than 110 Olympic medals, but which were the biggest surprises?...
- Call awaited with bated breath
She’s was our golden girl at the Tokyo Olympics, but Lisa Carrington is yet to make a decision about her future. She talks to MichaelBurgess ....