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Abby Wilson

01:29
Event organiser Eric Murray was keeping an eye on the current New Zealand men's team, who had an audience and a virtual race course for their yearly 5km erg test.

Nathan Flannery wins 5km ergo test at National Indoor Rowing Championships

Organiser Eric Murray, who was famous for his ergo performances, was a keen observer.

01:26
The facility is dedicated to bouldering, one of three climbing disciplines that'll be staged at the Tokyo Olympics.

NZ's first international level boulder climbing wall being built in Auckland

The facility is dedicated to bouldering, one of three climbing disciplines that'll be staged at the Tokyo Olympics.

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Two more high profile coaches resign from Cycling New Zealand

Jono Hamlin who worked with former national men's sprint coach Anthony Peden and endurance coach Brendon Cameron have resigned.

The Olympic champion will face Robbie Manson in a week to decide who will represent New Zealand in the single sculls at the world champs.

Mahe Drysdale reunites with controversial former coach Dick Tonks in Canada

The duo parted ways after the Rio Olympics following a falling out between Rowing NZ and the coach.

01:28
For the first time in 82-years of the race, disabled competitors have their own category.

'It’s been a long, hard road' - Wheelchair category makes Auckland Marathon debut

For the first time in 82-years of the race, disabled competitors have their own category.

01:45
Peden is accused of bullying and an inappropriate relationship with an athlete.

Damning review finds ‘dysfunctional culture’ within Cycling NZ’s high performance programme

Michael Heron QC has spent the past five months looking into the culture at CNZ, in the wake of revelations uncovered by 1 NEWS.

02:24
Mark Lucas spent 35 years in the sport, but in the end he walked away.

Independent Review into Cycling NZ fails to meet deadline

1 NEWS understands the review has uncovered more issues than initially anticipated.

01:44
Sir Ben Ainslie's Team UK are the first to launch a prototype but the Kiwis are taking a different tack.

Sailing world reacts to first footage of foiling monohull testing for America’s Cup

Sir Ben Ainslie's Team UK are the first to launch a prototype but the Kiwis are taking a different tack.

01:58
The Olympic champion will face Robbie Manson in a week to decide who will represent New Zealand in the single sculls at the world champs.

Mahe Drysdale calls win at Henley 'best race' since Rio

Olympic champ set for showdown with Robbie Manson for who will represent NZ at the world championships.

02:20
1 NEWS can reveal a HPSNZ employee has contacted someone someone who asked to be part of the investigation whose involvement was meant to be confidential.

Exclusive: Independent investigation into High Performance Sport NZ, Cycling NZ already under fire

1 NEWS can reveal a HPSNZ employee has contacted someone who asked to be part of the investigation, whose involvement was meant to be confidential.

01:51
The former cycling sprint coach has been accused of inappropriate behaviour while working with Kiwi athletes.

Man who led review into All Blacks failed 2007 World Cup to investigate allegations against Cycling NZ & High Performance Sport NZ

The review will also look at behaviour of ex-sprint coach Anthony Peden, accused of having a relationship with an athlete he coached and bullying other riders and staff.

01:15

Exclusive: NZ cycling coach needed medical treatment during 2016 Rio Olympic Games after consuming alcohol

The revelation comes after an investigation into the handling of former coach Anthony Peden's bullying, drinking, and relationship with an athlete, was announced.

04:08
The sport’s governing body already confirmed to 1 NEWS that it’s looking into a raft of allegations.

Exclusive: Former Cycling NZ coach Anthony Peden had access to deeply personal and damning confidential athlete interviews with High Performance Sport NZ

Some of the topics discussed in the interviews included no consequences for "s*** behaviour", "a real lack of holding people accountable".

02:48
More than 20 staff have left Cycling NZ since the Rio Olympics with many saying it’s due to the toxic environment in the team.

Exclusive: Kiwi cyclists accuse NZ coach Anthony Peden, who has stepped down, of inappropriate behaviour and bullying

More than 20 staff have left Cycling NZ since the Rio Olympics with many saying it’s due to the toxic environment in the team.

Kiwi 14-year-old to battle world's best at Youth Oympics

Nathan Xu has no fear of older opponents after just being old enough to compete in Argentina.

02:56
Zane and Jake hold all of New Zealand's road records from 10km up.

Long distance runners the Robertson twins receive special awards in Hamilton

Zane and Jake hold all of New Zealand's road records from 10km up.

01:56
The 230 Kiwis who've arrived on the Gold Coast were welcomed with a uniquely Australian ceremony.

Plenty of support for Kiwi athletes officially welcomed to 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia

The 230 Kiwis who've arrived on the Gold Coast were welcomed with a uniquely Australian ceremony.

01:48
The Commonwealth Games begins on Apri l 4.

Tall Ferns happy with stress-free Commonwealth Games build-up on Gold Coast

With most of the team already based in Australia, the team were able to focus more on prep than travel.

01:30
Akzo Nobel are utilising technology to help during their gruelling trip.

'The workload’s brutal' – Teams prepare to set sail in Volvo Ocean Race's toughest leg

Akzo Nobel are utilising technology to help during their gruelling trip.

01:05
The shot put legend headlines NZ's 15-strong team for the Gold Coast.

Opinion: Superhuman Dame Valerie Adams as competitive as ever after biggest challenge of her career - motherhood

The shot put sensation's littlest supporter will likely inspire a superhuman comeback, and maybe even a fourth straight Commonwealth Games title, just six months are giving birth, writes Abby Wilson.

01:51
The contingent from Skibbereen Rowing Club stand out for more than one reason at Lake Karapiro.

'Wear factor 50 all of the time' – Irish quartet make hay at NZ National Rowing Champs

The contingent from Skibbereen Rowing Club stand out for more than one reason.

01:50
Two world championship winning pairs will represent NZ on the Gold Coast this year.

Kiwis optimistic as Commonwealth Games squash side named

Two world championship winning pairs will represent NZ on the Gold Coast this year.

'We feel a strong connection to Kiwi cycling' – NZ's elite riders return home for national champs

The likes of Jack Bauer and George Bennett will compete on the world tour this year.

01:50
Fifteen new faces make up the Kiwi contingent for next year's Gold Coast games.

NZ Swimming name fresh-faced team for Commonwealth Games

Fifteen new faces make up the Kiwi contingent for next year's Gold Coast games.

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