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Cricket Riviera?

Is Mt Maunganui the country's cricketing Riviera? Welcome to Mt Maunganui, New Zealand's cricketing Riviera. Its French namesake might be known for glitz, glamour and grandeur; the Kiwi version is earning a reputation for bats, balls and bails. Moves by Colin de Grandhomme and Neil Wagner to Northern Districts mean six out of 20 New Zealand contracted players live, have property, or frequent the region regularly. That's almost worthy of a footnote in the national census. Corey Anderson, Trent Bo...

June 26, 2018

Carly Styles

Carly Styles – Sports Performance Chef & Events is the catering partner at The University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance. There Carly works alongside all other experts in their various fields. It’s a perfect fit for this foodie whose passion is working with teams and athletes. Teams to benefit include Bay of Plenty Rugby, Blackfern 7s, All Balck 7s, Blackfins, Whiteferns, NZ Warriors, Chiefs and St Kilda Football Club, as well as individual athletes. This year she will travel o...

February 20, 2018

All Blacks Coach to Train Top Talent in Tauranga

When top New Zealand strength and conditioning coach Nic Gill first walked through the doors of Tauranga's high-performance sports centre, he was wowed. "I thought 'I want to be here'." And so, it has come to pass. Dr Gill, who takes the All Blacks — amongst others — through their strength and conditioning paces, is now based at the University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance at Mt Maunganui. Click here to read the full story ...

February 19, 2018

Applications for TECT sport scholarships set to open

Developing local athletes have the chance to win a TECT scholarship involving the use of facilities and staff expertise at the University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance. Applications open tomorrow for the third round of the TECT High Performance Team Scholarship Programme, which spans six months and introduced last year. Click here to read the full story....

February 8, 2018

Top Athletes in town

Mount Maunganui residents can expect to run into some of the nation's favourite sports people on their streets, this month. A number of high calibre athletes will be in town to train at The University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance. Click here to read the full story...

January 23, 2018

Sport climbing scaling new heights

Sport Climbing has become a new Olympic sport and Tauranga has claimed a big chunk of the New Zealand action, thanks to the University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance Sport.Mt Maunganui has become Climbing New Zealand’s high performance base with athletes training at both Rocktopia and the Adams Centre.Click here to read the full story....

December 18, 2017

Raising the bar - Focus Magazine

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August 1, 2017

Local Black Ferns on way to World Cup

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August 1, 2017

St Kilda's AFL from Australia visit the Adams Centre

St Kilda's AFL team has travelled to New Zealand to use Tauranga's University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance this weekend. The football team is the first international team to visit specifically because of what the facility offers. St Kilda high performance manager Matt Hornsby confirmed the St Kilda sportsmen will be in the Bay, using the high performance centre for their training camp. A total of 46 athletes, and about 25 support staff will be visiting. Click here to read the ful...

December 9, 2016

Sir Gordon Tietjens

Thank you Sir Gordon Tietjens for your leadership, commitment and excellence you have brought to the sport of 7's Rugby and sport at large. You have raised the bar and left a huge legacy for generations to come. We honour you. Thank you....

September 6, 2016

Women's 7's Rugby Team wins SILVER at RIO

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August 9, 2016

NZ Mens Seven's Team arrive in Rio!

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August 3, 2016

Our Captain of the NZ 7s Olympic Team

In a five-part series, the Herald is profiling New Zealand Olympians going for gold at Rio 2016. The films feature exclusive access to top athletes and get to the heart of what makes an Olympian. They will be released every Friday throughout July. The second of the series profiles women's Rugby Sevens skipper Sarah Goss. Sarah Goss is the leader of a group of women who call each other sisters. The 23-year old will captain the New Zealand women's sevens squad of 12 in their historic first Olympi...

July 11, 2016

Our NZ 7's Olympians.

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July 4, 2016

Athletes in the Chamber this morning.

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June 22, 2016

Portia Woodman and High Performance

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May 30, 2016

Great Feedback from Fever Netball!

"I just wanted to say thank you very much for allowing us access to your facility during our stay in Tauranga. The facilites are world class and allowing our athletes access to recover and workout was great. If we are ever in the area again I will be sure to contact you!" Liam Warwick Strength and Conditioning Coach West Coast Fever, Netball WA & Athletes Performance Academy ...

May 27, 2016

The All Black 7's Girls Work Out in the Gym

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May 17, 2016

Check Out Our Womens 7's Version of the 'Running Man'

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May 16, 2016

Official opening of the University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Peformance

NZ Womens Rugby 7's Team perform their pre match waiata (top) Chef de mission, Rob Waddell with the University of Waikato Deputy Vice Chancellor, Alister Jones (left) Benefactors, Cheryl & Paul Adams with Manager of High Performance, Justine Brennan (right) ...

April 29, 2016

Pushing athletes to the edge

Intense training amid 35C heat and 80 per cent humidity may sound like hell to most of us, but to elite athletes it could mean all the difference in making it to the podium. Pushing some of sport's top performers to the edge will be a big part of a $3.5 million facility officially opening in Mt Maunganui today. Alongside the largest gym of its kind in the country, the University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance includes laboratories, plunge pools and specialist training zones alr...

April 28, 2016

University partners with High Performance Sports Centre

The University of Waikato is to be the tertiary partner to the Tauranga High Performance Sports Centre. The benefits of the partnership will be significant, says Justine Brennan, manager of the centre, which opened its doors at Mt Maunganui's Blake Park early this year. "This partnership will be transformational for the centre. It will add exponentially to what we can offer, taking us from the country's largest high performance gym to a leading provider of testing and research into sport sci...

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