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  •   Home > News > Sports > Athletics

    Olympic preparations start to ramp up for a quartet of New Zealand winter sports athletes in Colorado tomorrow

    Olympic preparations start to ramp up for a quartet of New Zealand winter sports athletes in Colorado tomorrow


    Brothers Nico and Miguel Porteous and Ben Harrington compete in free ski halfpipe qualifying at the invite only Dew Tour in Colorado.

    World champion snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott makes her return to competition for the first time since March in the women's slopestyle.

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     Other Athletics News
     13 May: New Zealand could send up to 18 athletes to July's World track and field Championships in Oregon
     12 May: Pole vaulter Eliza McCartney has ruled out a crack at the Commonwealth Games and world championships but is determined to compete at the Paris Olympics
     10 May: A New Zealand runner believes Athletics New Zealand's Commonwealth Games qualifying standards are unrealistic
     01 May: There may be a challenger to Usain Bolt's crown of world's fastest man
     20 Apr: Bahraini runner Damaris Muthee Mutua killed in Kenyan town where Olympian Agnes Tirop murdered last year
     19 Apr: Olympic bronze medallist Hayden Wilde's spending more time in the pool leading into his first Commonwealth Games
     10 Apr: New Zealand's track and field athletes continue to dominate across the Tasman
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