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Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – Trap Shooting in Italy & South...

Ciao! Time is once again flying! The training camp with Natalie Rooney is now done! Her training camp as a trap shooter is a...

Advice for Young Athletes from Dame Valerie Adams

(Listen to the excerpt from Valerie Adams here) “I think if you hand everything to a young athlete they’ll never learn. You actually need that...

Rio Bound: Tracey Lambrechs

Check out our interview with AUT Millennium's Tracey Lambrechs before she heads off to Rio for her Olympic debut!

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – Qualifying for the Olympics

It feels like everything is going so fast! So let’s recap! At the end of May I went to Fiji for the Olympic Qualifier: I...

Sarah Cowley-Ross: Rio 2016 – the countdown is on!

In two months time the worlds greatest athletes will descend on Rio with the world watching. 10,000 athletes will compete across 42 Olympic sports...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – Training Camp & Oceania Championships

Going into a training camp is always exciting, although I know that at the end of it I will be exhausted and sore but...

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The Menstrual Cycle and How It Affects the Female Athlete

It’s well-known that sex differences between men and woman exist. Differences that affect your physiology. But what’s not so well known is how these differences...

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Every morning, AUT Millennium's Sports Hall is buzzing with noise. Music acts as a backdrop to the array of obstacles and equipment laid out,...

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The positive benefit sport can provide kids is highly dependent on one thing: continued involvement. If a child drops out, which evidence suggests is happening...

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