The London Olympics begin in less than a week. From Monday and for three weeks, our award-winning sports team will be live from the Games city at nzherald.co.nz, in each morning's print Herald, on the APN news wire, in APN regional papers and on Twitter, Facebook and the Herald on Sunday.
Leggat is a past winner of both the Sir Lance Cross Cup for Olympic journalism and Sports Columnist of the Year. He is attending his fifth Olympics, and has been to four Commonwealth Games. He is Herald's chief sports writer.
Alderson is preparing for his third Olympics, having been in Beijing four years ago and at the Vancouver Winter Olympics in 2010. He is senior sports reporter for the Herald on Sunday and has covered a wide range of international sport.
Rawhiti-Forbes, the nzherald.co.nz social media editor, will be blogging the Olympics experience for readers in New Zealand and around the world. From Monday you can read the Live in London blog at nzherald.co.nz, and you can interact with Troy on Twitter: @TroyRF
A winner of several national sports journalism awards, including the Sports Journalist of the Year, Cleaver has covered the last two Olympic Games. He is deputy sports editor of the Herald. firstname.lastname@example.org
Brown is the senior sports writer for APNZ. He has covered a range of sports events, including All Blacks and Kiwis tours to Britain, and the All Whites World Cup campaign in 2010. email@example.com
Phibbs is heading to his third Olympic Games, to go with five Commonwealth Games, along with three Rugby World Cups and the soccer World Cup in 2010 and has covered numerous major news assignments. Phibbs has been Sports Photographer of the Year twice, News Photographer of the Year and last year won the New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year award. Brett.firstname.lastname@example.org
Mitchell will be at his second Olympics to go with four Commonwealth Games. He has been both News and Sports Photographer of the Year. email@example.com