Tauranga runner enjoying Olympic experience

  Tauranga’s Sam Tanner is enjoying his Olympic experience, even if he did drop out of contention in the first heat of the 1500m in Tokyo.... Read More

Silver lining for Burling & Tuke in Olympic result

Peter Burling and Blair Tuke remember competing at the 2012 London Olympics and noticing how glum many of those who secured silver seemed. They might... Read More

Burling and Tuke sail into Olympic silver

Tauranga’s Peter Burling and teammate Blair Tuke have claimed silver in the Olympic sailing 49er class. Great Britain won the gold medal in a photo... Read More

Second gold medal in an hour for BOP star

UPDATE: Ohope’s Lisa Carrington has won a second gold medal within the space of an hour. The Bay of Plenty Olympian followed her K1 200 title... Read More

Live Olympic updates: All the action from day 11

New Zealand canoe sprint paddler Lisa Carrington could make history at the Tokyo Olympics this afternoon. Carrington is aiming to secure a third straight... Read More

Carrington quick to make her mark

Lisa Carrington wasted little time in making her presence felt when the canoe sprints began today. Carrington, 32, is already a legend in the canoeing... Read More

Kiwi sailors hanging tough at Tokyo Olympics

Most of the New Zealand sailors have felt like they've gone a few rounds with a heavyweight boxer over the last few days but three crews are ready... Read More

Valerie Adams wins bronze in Olympic shotput final

Valerie Adams has won bronze in the shotput final at the Tokyo Olympics, while Maddison-Lee Wesche finished sixth after throwing a personal best this afternoon. Valerie... Read More

Papamoa‘s Sarah Hirini - “inspirational figure”

Papamoa's Sarah Hirini led from the front as the New Zealand women’s sevens rugby team won the Olympic gold medal yesterday. The New Zealanders... Read More

Bikepacking drama to screen in Tauranga

The Big Bike Film Night ‘Feature Series’ will be hosting a screening of the inspiring bikepacking feature length documentary ‘South’... Read More

Golden Black Ferns sevens become Olympic champions

The phenomenal Black Ferns sevens were the toast of Tokyo on Saturday night after defeating France 26-12 to become Olympic champions for the first time. After... Read More

Burling and Tuke excited about golden opportunity

Peter Burling and Blair Tuke will on Monday pull on the leader's yellow bibs for the first time at these Tokyo Olympics and it has come at just the... Read More

NZ sailors have medals on the menu

Sailors often talk about light-wind days as a game of snakes and ladders and a couple of New Zealand crews hooked onto ladders at the Tokyo Olympics... Read More

Fairytale gold medal for Twigg

Emma Twigg completed an Olympic fairytale yesterday when she won the women’s singles sculls in emphatic fashion.   Twigg, 34, utterly outclassed... Read More

Baye Jacobs to play 50th game today on home ground

Baye Jacobs will play in the Farah Palmer Cup for the 50th time in her career today as the Volcanix play Waikato in a crucial FPC home derby. Debuting... Read More