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The PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games will be broadcast in New Zealand by TVNZ.  Follow the links below for the NZ team's competition schedule and broadcast times.

Craig Murray has finished in second place at the Freeride World Tour event held in Vallnord-Arcalis, Andorra last night (NZT).

The Audi quattro Winter Games NZ has entered an exciting new era with Marty Toomey stepping in to the role of Chief Executive Officer this week, along with confirmation that...

Marty Toomey has moved to a new role at Winter Games NZ and the Snow Sports NZ board thanks him for his valuable contribution to the organisation over the last...

New Zealand has tripled its Olympic Winter Games medal count in a single stunning afternoon at PyeongChang 2018.

 Zoi Sadowski-Synnott has become New Zealand’s first Olympic Winter Games medallist in 26 years, and only second winter medallist in history.

Carlos Garcia Knight has finished 10th in men’s Snowboard Big at the PyeongChang 2018 Games.

Ski cross racer Jamie Prebble placed 25th finishing 1. 74s off the leader, in this morning’s seeding rounds before being eliminated in the 1/8 final in the afternoon.

Carlos Garcia Knight topped qualifying rounds of the men’s Snowboard Big Air today, scoring an impressive 97. 5 points from a possible 100 on his second of two runs.

It came close to being a perfect day in the halfpipe today with three out of four of New Zealand’s freeskiers finishing in the top 12 and qualifying through to the finals. Byron Wells was the fourth highest qualifier of the day.

There were mixed emotions for freeski halfpipe competitors Janina Kuzma and Britt Hawes after missing the top-12 cut off for their finals competition today, finishing 16th and 21st respectively.

Zoi Sadowski-Synnott showed her class in the women’s snowboard big air qualifiers in PyeongChang today, stepping up to land a new trick and book her spot in Friday’s finals. She is the first female New Zealand snowboarder to qualify for an Olympic final.

Finn Bilous’ day went from elation to devastation in the space of minutes as the 18-year-old freeskier dropped from 12th to 13th place in the qualifying rounds of the men’s slopestyle...

Adam Barwood and Willis Feasey got their first day’s racing under their belts today, competing in the Super-G at Joengseon Alpine Centre. 

16-year-old ski racer Alice Robinson achieved a solid 35th placing in the women’s Giant Slalom, a result in line with her current ranking on the world stage.

While Rakai Tait may have missed out on a top 12 in halfpipe qualifiers his amplitude was the greatest any Kiwi snowboarder has achieved in the pipe.

The New Zealand Olympic Team at PyeongChang 2018 regrets to announce that snowboard slopestyle and big air athlete Tiarn Collins has been withdrawn from competition.

New Zealand snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott has finished 13th in the slopestyle at the PyeongChang 2018 Games.

New Zealand snowboarder Carlos Garcia has finished fifth in the men’s Slopestyle at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

The New Zealand Team has made an encouraging start to its Olympic campaign with snowboarder Carlos Garcia Knight finishing in second place in the men’s Slopestyle heats in PyeongChang.

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