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Pāpāmoa teen trains on her trampoline for Winter Olympic dream
She may be coming into the sport late but her skills are undeniable.
Refereeing - a role of making decisions in front of everybody
Rugby referee Ryan Waite talks about the often unenviable task of officiating the game
Father follows in son's bike tracks to compete at NI champs
The North Island Titles event will be held at the Tauranga BMX Club this weekend.
'Come out in force and see two bloody good teams put on a show'
The Bay of Plenty Steamers are favourites to lift the Mitre 10 Cup championship title.
Tauranga athletes play part in NZ's golden hat-trick
Tauranga players help NZ teams to victory at the Age Group Underwater Hockey World Champs.
North Island Champs Selections team's strong Bay presence
The North Island rugby league team includes two Tauranga players for two tour fixtures
Coastline Mariners have ended their season without a win, but a promising future
The Coastline Mariners finished their North Island Championship without a win.
Underwater hockey: Solid results for Bay of Plenty teams
Tauranga Boys' College won a third consecutive national underwater hockey title.
Bay of Plenty go down to Wellington in tough clashes
The Bay of Plenty Volcanix lost in the final minutes of their match against Wellington.
Volcanix coach Rodney Gibbs makes changes for Wellington clash
The Bay of Plenty Volcanix take on Wellington in the second week of he Farah Palmer Cup
Harbourside premier netball final a clash of styles
Tauranga Sports will play Paroa in the Women's Premier League first division netball
Mariners have final hit out ahead of NI competition
The Coastline Mariners have one final warm up ahead of the North Island Championship
Hayden Wilde takes big step towards Tokyo Olympic Games
Hayden Wilde is moving forward after his bronze medal at an Olympic test event