Based in Christchurch, Fred was sports editor at The Press but has recently moved into a national sports role with Fairfax Media and will be co-ordinating our coverage on the ground in Glasgow. He lists covering the 2012 London Olympics and the All Whites at the 2010 football World Cup as two of his career highlights.
Mark is the deputy sports editor at The Dominion Post in Wellington and chief cricket writer for Fairfax Media, but before he swings into Cricket World Cup mode, the veteran of three Olympic Games (2004, 2008 and 2012) and two Commonwealth Games (2002 and 2006) will report from Glasgow with a focus on athletics and sevens.
Deputy sports editor at the Waikato Times in Hamilton and a vastly experienced sports journalist, Ian is Fairfax Media's chief rowing writer but will be switching attention from the lake to the pool for the next fortnight to cover New Zealand's key swimming events in Glasgow, as well as lawn bowls and squash.
Based in Invercargill, Nathan is sports editor and chief rugby and netball writer at The Southland Times. He now ditches the Highlanders for the Highland Fling and will be covering the Silver Ferns, while putting his track cycling expertise to good use at the velodrome. Nathan covered the 2011 world netball championship in Singapore for Fairfax.
Formerly with the Waikato Times, Matt returned home to Christchurch in 2010 and has since been the cricket writer at The Press. He is covering his second Commonwealth Games, having worked at Delhi four years ago, and Matt will be following the fortunes of the men's and women's Black Sticks as well as our boxers, wrestlers and judoka.
OUR VISUAL JOURNALISTS:
Born in the UK, raised in Spain, married to a Kiwi and now based in Auckland, Lawrence learned his craft at The Sunday Times in London and since moving to these shores has covered two Olympics, two Commonwealth Games and All Blacks tours for Fairfax.
A Canon award-winning photographer, Rob has been working at Fairfax Media for 20 years and recently switched focus from newspaper photography to videography at Stuff.co.nz, where you'll be able to see his quality work each day during the Games.
HERE IN NEW ZEALAND:
Follow New Zealand's fortunes at Stuff.co.nz with daily news, views, photos and video from our seven-man team in Glasgow, as well as a live blog from 7-10am each weekday morning, hosted by Stuff.co.nz sports editor Aaron Lawton, below left, with insight and comment from Press sports editor and award-winning senior sports writer Tony Smith, below right.
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