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Bronze for New Zealand at the UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships
Published on 17-Mar-2019

Bronze for New Zealand at the UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships

Day 3 saw all 12 members of the New Zealand Para Cycling Team on the track competing at the UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships. The highlight of the day was undoubtably Emma Foy and Hannah...
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Double bronze to kick start UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships in the Netherlands
Published on 15-Mar-2019

Double bronze to kick start UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships in the Netherlands

Two-time Paralympian Kate Horan and Para cyclist Sarah Ellington have started the New Zealand Para Cycling Team campaign at the 2019 UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships in great form winning...
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A more even playing field for disabled people
Published on 11-Mar-2019

A more even playing field for disabled people

A major new University of Waikato scholarship aims to help open up sport and active recreation for disabled people regardless of their impairments.
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Wellington disabled sporting organisation gets a makeover
Published on 11-Mar-2019

Wellington disabled sporting organisation gets a makeover

Parafed Wellington celebrates 50 years with new name and brand.

 

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NZ Para Cycling Team named to compete at 2019 UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships
Published on 12-Dec-2018

NZ Para Cycling Team named to compete at 2019 UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships

Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) is pleased to announce the selection of the New Zealand Para Cycling Team to compete at the 2019 UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships (Apeldoorn, Netherlands)...
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Nikita Howarth smashes world record at Southland Cycling Track Championships
Published on 1-Dec-2018

Nikita Howarth smashes world record at Southland Cycling Track Championships

Paralympian Nikita Howarth today showed she means business in the sport of Para cycling breaking the Flying 200m world record at the Southland Track Cycling Championships in Invercargill.
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More medals and National records for NZ Team at 2018 Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships
Published on 10-Aug-2018

More medals and National records for NZ Team at 2018 Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships

The New Zealand Para Swimming Team continued to build on results as day 2 of competition at the Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships in Cairns, Australia saw the total medal tally rise to 5 in...
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Two medals for NZ Team on opening day of 2018 Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships
Published on 9-Aug-2018

Two medals for NZ Team on opening day of 2018 Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships

The New Zealand Para Swimming Team started as they mean to go on in Cairns with a gold and bronze medal on day 1 of the Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships.
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How to watch the NZ Para Swimming Team begin competition at Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships
Published on 8-Aug-2018

How to watch the NZ Para Swimming Team begin competition at Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships

Find out about the New Para Swimming Team - race schedule, live streaming details and all things social media.

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Solid performance for NZ Para Cycling Team at 2018 UCI Para Cycling Road World Championships
Published on 5-Aug-2018

Solid performance for NZ Para Cycling Team at 2018 UCI Para Cycling Road World Championships

The New Zealand Para Cycling Team produced solid performances today at the UCI Para Cycling Road World Championships in Italy with 2 top 5 placings.
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