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Media Release: AUT Millennium to mark 15 years of success

On Tuesday 11 April 2017, AUT Millennium will mark its 15 year anniversary as a centre for excellence in community health, wellness, research and...

15 years of health and fitness

Richard and Judy Fleming remember, like it was yesterday, the day they signed up to join Millennium Institute of Sport and Health. On their way...

Age is no barrier

AUT Millennium is a facility bustling with world-class sporting talent. It’s not uncommon to stand behind an Olympian at the Little French Café in the...

An Aspirational Community

In 2002 Sir Graeme Avery and Sir Stephen Tindall gave AUT Millennium, then Millennium Institute of Sport and Health, a significant challenge: “to help...

15 years of Swim Teaching

AUT Millennium Swim School opened its doors for the first time in 2002. Back then, lessons were held in one of two pools, the 50m...

In sickness and in health: making exercise a lifetime partner

Visitors to a special corner of AUT Millennium are using a powerful combination of medical and fitness expertise to help maximise their health in...

Healthy Active Kids

For 15 years AUT Millennium’s Schools Programme has been helping young New Zealanders be the best they can be. It is a crucial AUT Millennium...

A place to call home

AUT Millennium Gym Instructor, AUT Millennium Scholarship Athlete, NorthSport Olympic Weightlifting Club Life Member, New Zealand Weightlifter, Olympian. Those are just some of the involvements...

Creating strong partnerships: The National Training Centre

AUT Millennium’s 50/50 partnership with AUT University in 2009 and subsequent partnership with High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) has brought together the very...

Life as a Foundation Club Athlete

AUT Millennium is a training ground for a wide variety of sportspeople, water Polo players, athletics, weightlifters, kayakers, sailors and swimmers. Laura Quilter, a...

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