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Building a strong foundation

Long before Millennium Institute of Sport and Health, now AUT Millennium, was built in 2002, an athletics club existed. North Harbour Bays Athletics Club is...

A world-class partnership for the betterment of New Zealand

Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is renowned for its strong and successful partnerships with a vast array of people and organisations. Professor Mark Orams, Head...

Doing the business with real people

Grant Schofield is the Professor of Public Health at AUT University and the Director of the Human Potential Centre which, upon completion of the...

Creating the ideal learning environment

There are nearly 100 postgraduate students completing their degrees under the Sport Performance Research Institute of New Zealand (SPRINZ) banner, an AUT research centre...

Developing young people through sport

Young athletes are being pushed to their limits more than ever. For many, the pressure to succeed begins at an ever-increasingly young age and...

15 years of growth for water polo

Water Polo continues to be one of New Zealand’s fastest growing sports and North Harbour Water Polo Club is no different. The club, then known...

Creating a sense of belonging

AUT Millennium’s guiding principle is simple, “be the best you can be”. The organisation’s aim is to support and encourage the community, as a whole,...

Keeping the community healthy & fit

The Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre is dedicated to ensuring that everyone in the community, from babies through to high performance athletes,...

Facilities helping Kiwis fly

Venturing down to the AUT Millennium Indoor Track on the building’s lower ground floor at four o’clock will guarantee you one thing: it will...

15 Years: the best seat in the house

There are not many people who can say that they have had the best seat in the house to watch AUT Millennium grow from...

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What does the word ‘competition’ bring to mind? Is all competition a good thing? How do you distinguish between helpful competition and that which...

Smiling Swimmers

A guide on getting back in to swimming lessons after the holidays With school starting back for Term 1, many children will also be jumping...

Lessons from A Silver Fern

Guest Contribution: Anna Harrison - New Zealand Netballer. Another big year of Northern Mystics and New Zealand Silver Fern Netball commitments has come to an...

A Workout for Serious Strength & Size

Are you training for strength and size, and keen to spark some gains in the gym? This full body workout targeting all the major muscle...

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