Mila Reuelu-Buchanan has one more river to cross.
St Pat's Town hope to keep surprising themselves in the pool this week.
Coming to a park near you - the Ki o Rahi national secondary schools championships.
For the Makea family, softball tournaments could often double as family reunions.
Emma Fullbrook might be evidence that all goalkeepers are closet strikers.
Tawa College swimmer Ben Walsh has never been so excited about finishing second.
Alex Haye is a sub-50 second man.
Wellington East's softball squad won the national secondary schools title in Christchurch last month.
Daniel Hiller hopes he is peaking at the right time.
Rachin Ravindra might be evidence that practice does make perfect.
Hutt International all-rounder Rachin Ravindra was the player of the tournament at the national junior secondary schools finals in Palmerston North last week.
Julianne Alvarez was mixing with the best players in the world last month.
Hayden Robertson will always be at the top of the pile for the 2014 Maadi Cup regatta.
Ben Power hit all his targets at the national track and field championships in Wellington.
Tim Barton wraps up the Summer Tournament Week results.
Emelie Clarke wants a top five finish in the national championships this week.
Tim Johnston is more accustomed to promotion-relegation games rather than Gillette Cup finals.
Power by name and power by nature.
Who will solve the Gillette Cup riddle this weekend?
Phoebe Edwards is a national titleholder in two countries.
Two titles in five days represents a good week's work, particularly when they are achieved in different sports.
Fencing to futsal on offer at sports festival
More than 600 pupils try "exotic" new sports at Westpac Stadium festival.
Alex Haye is a man on the run.
Chilton St James left no room for debate when winning the Wellington senior regional volleyball title.
Tim Campbell has an appetite for runs that is verging on gluttony.
Do you think Mark Hammett has done a good job as the Hurricanes coach this season?