Welcome to the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame

Where Champions live on

The New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame was established in 1990 as part of the celebrations to mark New Zealand's 150 years of organised settlement. In the first year, 75 of New Zealand's greatest sports achievers were inducted - one for every two years of nationhood.

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Wayne Shelford

(1957 - )

“Buck” Shelford captured the imagination of the New Zealand rugby public during his six years in the All Blacks, during which he played 48 times and was unbeaten as test captain between 1988 and 1990.
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