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Huge success for NZ Para Cycling Team as they build toward Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games
Published on 26-Mar-2018

Huge success for NZ Para Cycling Team as they build toward Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

Kiwi Para cyclist Nicole Murray deliver a break-through performance in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday night, winning an exceptional silver medal on her international debut.
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Silver to kick start UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships in Rio de Janiero
Published on 23-Mar-2018

Silver to kick start UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships in Rio de Janiero

Two-time Paralympian Kate Horan has started the New Zealand Para Cycling Team campaign at the UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships in great form winning a silver medal in the Women’s C4 500m...
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Winter Paralympians welcomed home by Prime Minister in Auckland
Published on 22-Mar-2018

Winter Paralympians welcomed home by Prime Minister in Auckland

New Zealand’s triple medal-winning Paralympic Winter Games Team was officially welcomed home by Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern, during a special event at AUT Millennium in Auckland...
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DAILY WRAP 8 Adam Hall wins gold and becomes Paralympic champion in PyeongChang
Published on 18-Mar-2018

DAILY WRAP 8 Adam Hall wins gold and becomes Paralympic champion in PyeongChang

Adam Hall has won a gold medal in the Men’s Slalom Standing almost exactly eight years to the day since he won a gold medal in this same discipline at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. 
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DAILY WRAP 7: Carl Murphy established as one of the world’s best Para snowboarders in PyeongChang
Published on 16-Mar-2018

DAILY WRAP 7: Carl Murphy established as one of the world’s best Para snowboarders in PyeongChang

Paralympian Carl Murphy has firmly established himself as one of the best Para snowboarders in the world when he placed 5th in the Men’s Banked Slalom today in PyeongChang.
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DAILY WRAP 6: Kiwi Paralympian surprised during medal ceremony by International Paralympic Committee Vice President, Duane Kale
Published on 16-Mar-2018

DAILY WRAP 6: Kiwi Paralympian surprised during medal ceremony by International Paralympic Committee Vice President, Duane Kale

Veteran Paralympic skier Adam Hall was taken by surprise tonight when he found he was being awarded his bronze medal by fellow kiwi Paralympic legend, Duane Kale, during the official medal ceremony
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DAILY WRAP 5: Corey Peters gives it his all in the Men’s Giant Slalom today in PyeongChang
Published on 15-Mar-2018

DAILY WRAP 5: Corey Peters gives it his all in the Men’s Giant Slalom today in PyeongChang

Sit skier Corey Peters well and truly left it all out there on the slopes of the Jeongseon Alpine Centre in PyeongChang tonight, smashing out a fantastic second run to deliver a combined time of...
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DAILY WRAP 4: Paralympian Adam Hall wins bronze adding to the New Zealand Paralympic Team medal haul in PyeongChang
Published on 13-Mar-2018

DAILY WRAP 4: Paralympian Adam Hall wins bronze adding to the New Zealand Paralympic Team medal haul in PyeongChang

Kiwi Para skier Adam Hall has just won a bronze medal in the Men’s Super Combined at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. 
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DAILY WRAP 3: Para snowboarder Carl Murphy delivers performance of his life, to nearly cause a major upset in PyeongChang
Published on 12-Mar-2018

DAILY WRAP 3: Para snowboarder Carl Murphy delivers performance of his life, to nearly cause a major upset in PyeongChang

Carl Murphy today delivered what is being hailed as one of the best races of the day at Jeongseon Alpine Centre at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.
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DAILY WRAP 2: Strong competition sees Kiwis finish outside the medals at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games
Published on 12-Mar-2018

DAILY WRAP 2: Strong competition sees Kiwis finish outside the medals at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games

Yesterday’s bronze medallist in the Men’s Downhill Sitting event, Corey Peters, has finished just outside the Top 10 in 11th during today’s hugely competitive Men’s Super-G Sitting event.
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