There was plenty of excitement around the New Zealand Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games team, as some of their clothing was unveiled to a musical fanfare.
New Zealand riders topped the medal standings on the final day of the International Cycling Federation (UCI) Track World Cup on their home track at Cambridge.
New Zealand delighted the home crowd with two gold medals on the opening day of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Track World Cup in Cambridge.
New Zealand’s netball team have been awarded the Lonsdale Cup at an Olympic Gala in Auckland, following their triumph at the World Cup.
Riders will continue to pursue Olympic qualification points, as Cambridge hosts the fourth event of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Track World Cup season.
New Zealand will be looking to defend their title when the opening men's tournament of the 2019-2020 World Rugby Sevens Series is held in Dubai over the coming three days.
The American pairing of Beijing 2008 Olympic champion Anna Tunnicliffe Tobias and Paris Henken claimed the lead, as the 49erFX fleets began racing at the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 World Championships in Auckland.
China got their bid for Tokyo 2020 back on track in Auckland, defeating New Zealand in the second round of group matches at the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Women's Olympic Asia/Oceania Pre-Qualifying Tournament.
Short track speed skater Ethan de Rose has been selected for New Zealand for next year's Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne.
Hosts China, Japan and South Korea have all qualified for the women's semi-finals at the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships, after the sixth session of round-robin games in Shenzhen.
Four-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist Stephanie Morton of Australia clinched the women's sprint title on the final day of the Oceania Track Cycling Championships in New Zealand.
Australia overcame New Zealand in their opening match of the inaugural Downer Rugby League World Cup 9s event in Western Sydney.
Three-time world champion Amy Cure of Australia claimed the women's points race title at the Oceania Track Cycling Championships in Invercargill, New Zealand.
Biathlon athlete Campbell Wright has been named on New Zealand's team for next year's Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Lausanne.