Category: Beijing 2022
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Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, Nico Porteous and Corey Peters have all been appointed Members of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Years Honours list for 2023.
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.
New Zealand Paralympian Corey Peters finishes his Beijing 2022 Paralympic campaign today, taking home a gold and a silver medal for New Zealand.
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.
Two of the four Kiwi halfpipe men, Nico and Miguel Porteous, have qualified through to the men’s freeski halfpipe finals to be held on Saturday.
Ben Barclay (Auckland, 20) has completed his debut Olympic campaign with a 10th place finish in the freeski slopestyle finals.
Ben Barclay (Auckland, 20) has qualified through to tomorrow’s heavy freeski slopestyle finals in seventh place, lacing together two fantastic runs in the qualifications today.
Zoi Sadowski-Synnott has claimed her second medal of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, winning silver in an epic big air final.
Cool Wakushima (Queenstown, 19) got her first look at the Beijing Big Air venue ahead of the qualifiers scheduled to be held on Monday.
Alpine Ski Racer Alice Robinson (Queenstown, 20) gave it her all today on the Super-G course at the Yanqing National Alpine Ski Centre.
Alice Robinson (Queenstown, 20) started her Winter Olympic campaign today, competing in the women’s Giant Slalom held at the Alpine Venue in Yanqing.
Tiarn Collins (Queenstown, 22) has finished in 18th place at the men’s snowboard slopestyle qualifiers at Genting Snow Park in Zhangjiakou today.
History has been made today at the Genting Snow Park with Zoi Sadowski-Synnott (Wānaka, 20) winning New Zealand’s first ever Winter Olympic gold medal, taking the big win in the...
Day one of Olympic competition got underway today here at the Genting Snow Park with the women’s snowboard slopestyle qualifiers.
A further eight snow sport athletes have been named to the New Zealand Team for the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games.