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  1. Video for Te Arawa Commonwealth games diver keen to make diving a bigger sport in Aotearoa
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    Te Arawa Commonwealth games diver keen to make diving a bigger sport in Aotearoa

    Te Arawa’s Anton Down-Jenkins will lead Aotearoa in the dive pool at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham next month.

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    Squash wāhine doubles gold champions heading for Birmingham

    Ngāti Porou squash player Joelle King and Te Āti Awa teammate Amanda Landers-Murphy will again represent Aotearoa in squash at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in July.

  3. Video for Inside NZ's 3x3 basketball selection camp for the Commonwealth Games
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    Inside NZ's 3x3 basketball selection camp for the Commonwealth Games

    Three-on-three basketball will make its debut at the Commonwealth Games in July.

  4. Video for NZ's fastest woman Zoe Hobbs has an inspirational message for budding athletes
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    NZ's fastest woman Zoe Hobbs has an inspirational message for budding athletes

    The fastest woman in Aotearoa, Zoe Hobbs (Ngāti Ruahine), only started sprinting in recent years.

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    Commonwealth Games: Three Māori selected in NZ athletics team

    Oriwa Atkins is a Te Rito journalism cadet

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    Two Māori swimmers head Commonwealth Games team this year

    Tainui swimmer Lewis Clareburt, Ngāi Tahu teen sensation Erika Fairweather and Dame Sophie Pascoe headline a 12-strong swim team for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.

  7. Video for Dame Valerie Adams enjoying 'giving back' in retirement
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    Dame Valerie Adams enjoying 'giving back' in retirement

    Dame Valerie Adams is enjoying "giving back" now she has retired after going to five Olympic and Commonwealth Games.

  8. Video for Concerns for men's netball prospects for 2026 Commonwealth Games
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    Concerns for men's netball prospects for 2026 Commonwealth Games

    Aotearoa Men finally got a win over the national women's team, Silver Ferns, who in the end sealed the Cadbury Netball Series two games to one.

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    Carrington wins 3rd Halberg sportswoman award in a row

    Lisa Carrington claimed the High Performance Sport New Zealand Sportswoman of the Year award for her third year running but it was Timaru shot putter Tom Walsh who walked away with the Supreme Award on Thursday night in Auckland.

  10. Video for Chasing gold in the distance
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    Chasing gold in the distance

    Swimmer Bronagh Ryan of Ngāti Porou has her eyes set on the 2020 Olympics in Japan next year.  The 2018 Commonwealth Games competitor talks to Te Kāea about work-life balance life while competing at the highest level.

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