New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame Inductees

Search our list of inductees below or filter to a specific sport using the list on the left...
Displaying results 76-100 (of 184)
 |<  <  1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8  >  >| 

Stacey Jones (1976 - )

Stacey Jones used to be known as “The Little General” for good reasons: he was little among the big men of rugby league, but he was the general who dictated the strategy and the tactics for the teams he graced.

Read more...

Michael Jones (1965 - )

Michael Jones burst onto world rugby when he scored the opening try in the first World Cup in 1987 in his first game for New Zealand.

Read more...

Linda Jones (1952 - )

Through a combination of a love of horses and a stubborn streak that wouldn’t accept the word “no”, Linda Jones became a national celebrity in the 1970s.

Read more...

Stuart Jones (1925 - 2012 )

Stuart Jones is unquestionably one of the finest golfers produced by New Zealand, a name to stand alongside the greats of the game.

Read more...

Don Jowett (1931-2011)

Don Jowett became the only New Zealand track sprinter to win a gold medal at a major games when he won the 220 yards at the Empire Games in Vancouver in 1954.

Read more...

Barbara Kendall (1967 - )

Barbara Kendall began international competition when she was still a teenager and for the next 20 or so years, there was no one to compare. She won a full set of Olympic medals – gold in 1992, silver in 1996 and bronze in 2000 – but that told only some of the tale of Barbara Kendall, superior windsurfer and extraordinary athlete.

Read more...

Bruce Kendall (1964 - )

Bruce Kendall not only achieved personal success at the pinnacle of his sport, he also showed and inspired others to follow in his wake

Read more...

Harry Kerr (1879 - 1951)

He earned his niche in New Zealand sporting history by becoming the first New Zealander to win an Olympic medal.

Read more...

Ian Kirkpatrick (1946 - )

Ian Kirkpatrick was one of New Zealand rugby’s finest loose forwards and for a time held the record, for backs or forwards, for scoring tries in tests.

Read more...

Duncan Laing (1931 - 2008)

Duncan Laing’s sporting exploits began in Taranaki where he was a strong and effective surf lifesaver – he captained the New Zealand team against Australia - and was a lock for the provincial rugby team.

Read more...

Stan Lay (1906 - 2003)

His first sporting love was cricket and Lay played for Taranaki against the 1928 Australian and 1930 MCC teams.

Read more...

Chris Lewis (1957 - )

For nine years, Chris Lewis was New Zealand’s leading tennis player and among many fine moments in his career, there was none finer than the magical fortnight in 1983 when he played his way through to the final at Wimbledon.

Read more...

Danyon Loader (1975 - )

When the names of New Zealand's greatest Olympians are remembered, that of Danyon Loader is of the first rank.

Read more...

Brian Lochore (1940 - )

One of the most respected people in New Zealand sport, Sir Brian Lochore was an All Black loose forward from 1963 to 1971 and one of New Zealand’s most successful captains from 1966 to 1970.

Read more...

Jonah Lomu (1975 - 2015)

Jonah Lomu was a player beyond the normal measures of achievement in sport. They were for other people; Lomu was unique.

Read more...

Jack Lovelock (1910 - 1949)

Lovelock was, in many ways, an athlete ahead of his time, bringing a more scientific and psychological approach to his sport than had hitherto been seen.

Read more...

Tom Lowry (1898 - 1976)

Lowry was one of the dominant figures of New Zealand cricket in its formative test years.

Read more...

Arthur Lydiard (1917 - 2004)

Arthur Lydiard was renowned as an innovative, trend-setting athletics coach, particularly of middle distance and distance runners.

Read more...

Paul MacDonald (1960 - )

One of New Zealand’s most successful Olympians, MacDonald was a key figure in the small but effective New Zealand canoeing force of the 1980s.

Read more...

Barry Magee (1934 - )

For all Barry Magee's achievements both as an athlete and as a coach, one event stands out: an event that he did not win.

Read more...

Peter Mander (1928 - 1997) and Jack Cropp (1927- 2016)

The first time New Zealand sent yachtsmen to an Olympic Games they came home with a gold medal.

Read more...

Marilyn Marshall (1949 - )

Marilyn Marshall had the distinction of captaining her country in two sports, softball and soccer.

Read more...

Bill Massey (1936 - )

Dubbed “The Man With the Golden Arm”, Massey was a dominant figure in national softball and it was largely through his expertise and efforts that the sport gained national attention.

Read more...

Cecil Matthews (1914 - 1987)

There could have been no greater praise for Matthews than to be dubbed “the Nurmi of the Empire” after the great Finn, Paavo Nurmi, who dominated middle and long-distance running in the 1920s.

Read more...

Ivan Mauger (1939 - )

In Ivan Mauger’s long list of achievements in speedway, one record stands supreme: he is the only rider to have won the world championship six times and he is the only rider to have won world titles in three successive years.

Read more...

Displaying results 76-100 (of 184)
 |<  <  1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8  >  >| 

Available to buy online from the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame...

Champion
$23.00 NZD

Champion

Fitzsimmons
$34.65 NZD

Fitzsimmons


This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with stylesheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so. The latest version of Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer will work best if you're after a new browser.