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Neuseeland Olympia Bogenschießen

von WIRED

11 Disabled Athletes Who Competed in the Olympics

Neroli Fairhall, New Zealand, Women’s Individual Archery, 1984

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Daily medal winners: August 3

Rowing – men's single sculls Gold: Mahe Drysdale, New Zealand

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Daily medal winners: August 3

Rowing men's pairs Gold: New Zealand Eric Murray, left, & Hamish Bond

Mongolia indigenous women take part in an archery demonstration during the first day of competition at the World Indigenous Games, in Palmas, Brazil, Saturday, Oct. 24. Billed as the indigenous Olympics, the games are expected to attract nearly 2,000 athletes from dozens of Brazilian ethnicities, as well as from such far-flung nations as Ethiopia and New Zealand.

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Gone Curling - NZ By Rachel Patching & Roland Kahurangi Gone Curling... is a quirky tale of the traditions of outdoor curling still being held by Naseby, in Central Otago. A town of character and community bound together by a love of curling, the changing climate means that curling outdoors maybe a thing of the past, and the passionate curlers may no longer be able to compete for New Zealand's oldest sporting trophy; the Baxters Cup.

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