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59 days ago
Snow Sports NZ are pleased to announce the NZ Alpine Ski Team for 2022-23. All selected athletes have met the published nomination criteria and were invited to take up a spot on the team.
Zoi Sadowski-Synnott (Wānaka, 21) has secured her eighth podium result this season, claiming third place at the finals of the 2022 Natural Selection Tour, the YETI Natural Selection Alaska.
Tiarn Collins (Queenstown, 22) has made history overnight, becoming the first New Zealander to ever claim a FIS Snowboard Crystal Globe “It’s pretty cool,” Collins said with the globe in hand,...
Jess Hotter (28, Ohakune) has made history tonight winning the overall Freeride World Tour title in the Women’s Ski category.
Tiarn Collins (Queenstown, 22) has won the FIS Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup overnight.
Kiwi snowboarding phenomenon Zoi Sadowski-Synnott (Wānaka, 21) has added yet another win to her season, taking the top spot at the TAE Natural Selection at Baldface.
Jess Hotter (Ohakune, 28) has taken the win at the first final of the 2022 Freeride World Tour, held in Fieberbrunn, Austria.
Ruby Andrews (Queenstown, 17) has won the freeski slopestyle title at the FIS Park and Pipe Junior World Championships overnight in Switzerland.
Paralympian Adam Hall has won his second medal of the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games, taking the New Zealand Paralympic Team’s tally to four.
Kiwi snow sports athletes have claimed two silver medals overnight, making this New Zealand’s most successful Park and Pipe Junior World Championships with two more events still to go.
New Zealand Paralympian Corey Peters finishes his Beijing 2022 Paralympic campaign today, taking home a gold and a silver medal for New Zealand.
Gustav Legnavsky (Wānaka, 16) has won the freeski halfpipe Junior World Championships held overnight in Leysin, Switzerland.
Paralympian Adam Hall has won his first medal of the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games, taking the New Zealand Paralympic Team’s tally to three.
New Zealand Paralympian Corey Peters has done it again, adding to yesterday’s gold with SILVER today in his second event of Beijing 2022.
Paralympian Corey Peters has now become the first New Zealand medallist at the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games, getting the New Zealand Paralympic Team on the medal table.
Snow Sports New Zealand is proud to announce that there will be 11 athletes representing New Zealand at the 2022 FIS Park and Pipe Junior World Championships being held in...
4 months ago
Snow Sports New Zealand has named six athletes to the 2022 FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships Team. Most of these athletes will represent New Zealand in Panorama, Canada from March 1-9, 2022.
Freeski halfpipe athlete Nico Porteous has been named the New Zealand Team Closing Ceremony Flagbearer for Beijing 2022.
Nico Porteous (Wānaka, 20) has claimed the gold medal at the freeski halfpipe finals here in Beijing.