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  • Impressive rise for former Highlander

    13 September 2017 8:41 PM 3

    Hames is a prop, loosehead for those who care about the detail, and that to some extent explains the relative anonymity. Props are rarely the rock stars in New Zealand. It's not like France where they have a cult following, earn the big bucks and are way more likely to win the chat show invite than the long-haired, highly manicured first-five. It's not like that here where

  • Hughie Fury v Joseph Parker: Parker vows to surprise Fury with sparring techniques

    13 September 2017 8:32 PM 2

    JOSEPH PARKER has vowed to unleash his secret sparring techniques to knock Hughie Fury out when the two go head to head for the WBO title in Manchester next week. The current champion has been training at David Haye’s south London gym, where he took part in a public training session on Monday. The next day however, the doors were closed to the public

  • Boks' recent record v All Blacks is pretty bleak!

    13 September 2017 3:56 AM 6

    Cape Town - The Springboks will be up against it when they face the All Blacks in a Rugby Championship Test in Albany on Saturday, if recent history is anything to go by. It’s often called rugby union’s greatest rivalry, but sadly from a South African perspective, the rivalry has been lopsided in recent times. Overall, the countries have played in 93 Tests

  • Still no date for Black Ferns' celebration

    12 September 2017 9:01 PM 4

    A date is yet to be set for the celebration of our women's rugby team World Cup win. The team won the Women's Rugby World Cup more than two weeks ago, and Wellington has offered to host a celebration for the team. But New Zealand Rugby said it still hasn't made any decision on a celebratory event. Head of Women's Rugby Development Cate Sexton told Larry

  • Everything old is new again for America’s Cup

    11 September 2017 8:49 PM 3

    SAN DIEGO — Fast, foiling catamarans are out of the America’s Cup and monohulls are back in. America’s Cup champion Emirates Team New Zealand confirmed Monday that it is working on designs for a “high-performance” single-hulled boat to be used in the 36th edition of sailing’s marquee regatta in Auckland in early 2021. The Kiwis did not say whether the boats

  • Tall Blacks using haka comments to promote diversity

    11 September 2017 7:11 PM 2

    A US sports commentator's offensive comments about the haka are being used at a chance to educate Americans about Maori culture. Commentator and former Fear Factor host Joe Rogan has apologised for calling the Tall Blacks' haka "stupid" during a podcast. Former Tall Black and current Tall Black cultural advisor, Paora Winitana said some people will be offended

  • Team New Zealand Confirm High Performance Monohull for AC36

    11 September 2017 6:52 AM 5

    Emirates Team New Zealand can confirm Patrizio Bertelli’s suggestion today that the next America’s Cup will be sailed in high performance monohull yachts. Currently there are a team of designers, lead by Emirates Team New Zealand Design Coordinator Dan Bernasconi working on various exciting monohull concepts which will eventually help shape the AC36 Class

  • Hansen calls for calm after Barrett has another off-day from the tee

    11 September 2017 1:30 AM 13

    The All Blacks were given another scare by the winless Pumas, who held a 22-15 second-half advantage. Nehe Milner-Skudder and Anton Lienert-Brown scored early tries for New Zealand but six points from the boot of Nicolas Sanchez and a huge penalty from Emiliano Boffelli kept the visitors in touch. Israel Dagg went over before the break to extend the lead only for Sanchez

  • Monohulls all but confirmed for next America's Cup

    10 September 2017 11:41 PM 17

    Patrizio Bertelli, who heads challenger of record Luna Rossa, told Italian newspaper La Stampa the event would be moving away from catamarans. The deal was effectively done over two years ago when Luna Rossa agreed to help out Team New Zealand ahead of the last America's Cup. The Italian camp loaned Team NZ one of its test platforms and provided personnel

  • America's Cup set for return to monohulls under Team New Zealand's new protocol

    10 September 2017 11:41 PM 6

    The cat is out of the bag – The America's Cup is headed back to monohulls. Patrizio Bertelli, the boss of Italian boat Luna Rossa confirmed the move away from catamarans for the next regatta in an interview with La Stampa. The Italian syndicate is the challenger of record for Team New Zealand's cup defence. Bertelli said the return to a monuhull format