New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame Inductees

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Anthony Wilding (1883 - 1915)

Even from a different, gentler era, Wilding without dispute remains New Zealand’s greatest tennis player.

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Elsie Wilkie (1922 - 1995)

It can’t be the lot of many women in New Zealand sport who first become a world champion when they’re a grandmother.

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Roy Williams (1934 - )

Roy Williams had a distinguished athletics career of nearly 20 years, during which he won the national decathlon title 11 times between 1956 and 1970.

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Yvette Williams (1929 - )

In the days when women had few events in track and field, Yvette Williams seemed to compete in them all.

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Bryan Williams (1950 - )

Whatever else Bryan Williams achieved in rugby – and he achieved much – the blaze of publicity he gained as a 19-year-old on the All Blacks’ tour of South Africa in 1970 never quite left him.

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Jeff Wilson (1973 - )

As a youngster at school in Invercargill, Jeff Wilson was a wonder of his age on the sporting field, whether rugby, cricket or, so it seemed, anything else he tried.

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Cis Winstanley (1908 - 2006 )

Cis Winstanley took up bowls in 1946 to help her recover from surgery and she became New Zealand’s most successful woman bowler.

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Peter Wolfenden (1935 - )

The name of Peter Wolfenden is inextricably linked to that of Cardigan Bay, the best pacer produced in New Zealand.

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Val Young (1937 - )

If Yvette Williams can justifiably be labelled New Zealand’s best woman athlete, Val Young runs her a close second.

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