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Shot at Olympic immortality: Lisa Carrington storms to another final
Lisa Carrington will have a chance to become New Zealand's most successful Olympian ever.
Into semifinals: Carrington's quest to be best gathers steam
Carrington's quest to become NZ's most successful athlete gathers pace.
'Super-proud': Double-gold Carrington on top of the paddling world
Lisa Carrington completed the most astounding 90 minutes of her career.
GOAT in the boat: Carrington storms to third straight Olympic gold
Carrington has thrust herself into the conversation over who is NZ's greatest Olympian.
Two finals in one day: Carrington dominates in quest for another gold
Lisa Carrington has won through to the final in both the K1 200m and K2 500m.
Dylan Cleaver: How I'd feel if Laurel Hubbard won gold tonight
Opinion: If Hubbard wins, is it possible to feel both happy for her and sad for the sport?
Worrying times for NZ hockey: Black Sticks lose, face daunting quarter-final
The Black Sticks' faltering campaign continued with a sloppy defeat to China.
New Zealand finish out of the medals in triathlon disappointment
The result was nowhere near where New Zealand was expected to finish.
Dylan Cleaver: One of the greatest hours in NZ sporting history
Twigg's gold the highlight of one of the most extraordinary hours in NZ sporting history.
Hamish Bond reveals secret behind men's eight crew's thrilling win
The men's eight have completed a stunning day in the water for New Zealand.
'A dream come true': Twigg dedicates gold to team, wife
Emma Twigg finally has that elusive Olympic medal and it's a gold.
Double defeat: Black Sticks women hit Olympic snag, men lose to Australia
Kiwis still second but face Australia, China in remaining pool games.
'I just want to cry': How NZ's brutal Games call paid off
It's taken a while, but NZ have doubled their medal tally in the women's double sculls.
Auckland cricket at war: Mass exodus after appointment 'farce'
Exclusive: Calls for change of leadership as half of association's board quits in a year.
Men's Black Sticks medal hopes suffer crucial blow
The men's Black Sticks' chances of progressing to the medal rounds were dealt a blow.
Kiwi triathletes struggle in wet conditions as Bermuda claim first ever gold
NZ's fortunes at the triathlon over 24 hours couldn't have stood in sharper contrast.
Emotional Hayden Wilde dedicates medal to dad 'who never saw me race'
Triathlete Hayden Wilde has won New Zealand's first medal of the Tokyo Olympics.
Dylan Cleaver: Kiwi's final fade huge bummer for struggling sport
Lewis Clareburt missed a golden opportunity to join an exclusive club.
Dylan Cleaver: A carnival of conquest and calamity - but the Games can be saved
There are many things we don't know about what awaits in Tokyo - and one thing we do.
Dylan Cleaver: Expect fireworks at the Tokyo Olympics - not the good kind
OPINION: Coming to a screen near you whether you like it or not - The Olympiad.
Career charts: The Olympic rise of Lisa Carrington
We chart Carrington's career from her paddle in Eton Dorney to the Rio Olympics.
2016 v 1964: The evolution of human potential at Olympics
Feature: How quickly is biologic human evolution moving at the Olympics?
Dylan Cleaver: The most repulsive thing about Auckland schoolboy rugby stoush
OPINION: The schoolboy rugby story ignited a familiar debate in New Zealand.
Olympic stoush: Top athlete left 'broken' as report slams Triathlon NZ
Exclusive: Ombudsman lashes selection process as team for Tokyo set to be named.
Dylan Cleaver: How to fix the WTC - and the Ross Taylor exit strategy
OPINION: Even five days after the WTC final, all I'm left with are a few random thoughts.
'This makes up for it': The fitting way the Black Caps became world test champs
Ross Taylor ended the ultimate test with his best stroke of the match.
Dylan Cleaver - Yes, the Black Caps are the world champions
This was the moment NZ were about to become test cricket champions of the world.
Dylan Cleaver: Path to a result? Realistic way Black Caps can pull it off
COMMENT: There's still plenty of intrigue left in the World Test Championship final.
Dylan Cleaver: Two urgent days to save concept of test cricket final
Opinion: Hope that test final reminds casual fan of cricket's allure has been lost in fog.
Dylan Cleaver: NZ's day but will they rue slow approach?
Dylan Cleaver with three thoughts from day three of the World Test Championship final.
Brilliant battle: India and Black Caps trade blows in test final
Day three of this test shapes as pivotal after a superb battle on day two.
Dylan Cleaver: Can Ross Taylor add a fitting final chapter?
Taylor has the most undersold story in cricket, but can he add a fitting final chapter?
India beware: NZ thrash England to seal historic series win
This superb NZ side put an exclamation point on three days of dominance at Edgbaston.
Dylan Cleaver: Superior Black Caps shine while England shrink
OPINION: New Zealand have "owned" Edgbaston despite making six changes.
Back on top: Black Caps dominate day two v England
New Zealand batted themselves into a strong position after two days of the second test.