The NZ Fitness Expo, alongside the Industrial Athletic Arena, ran a two-day Industrial Athletic Invitational CrossFit competition which attracted the country's top-ranked competitors, and one athlete competing in the women's section was Puawai Munro-Halkyard.
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500 years ago Hammer Throwing was one of the first sports at the Olympic games. It originated in Scotland but now the sport is proving popular in a small Māori community in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
The finalists have been named for the Halberg Awards for NZ sporting excellence in 2013, and champion canoeist, Lisa Carrington, is the only individual Māori to have been named out of 25 finalists across 6 categories.
Hundreds of kaumātua from the Central North Island came together this week to participate in an event they say keeps them young.