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Under Alert Level 1, the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame is now OPEN. Our hours are 10am to 3pm (Wednesdays to Sundays). We are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays (open by appointment only on these days).
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Our Inductees

Bruce Farr

Bruce Farr
Bruce Farr is New Zealand’s best-known yacht designer and could also lay claim to being the world’s best-known – or even the best.

Rita Fatialofa

Rita Fatialofa
Rita Fatialofa played netball and softball for New Zealand.

Beatrice Faumuinā

Beatrice Faumuinā
No New Zealander had been acclaimed a winner at the world athletics championships until Thursday, August 7 1997, at the Olympic Stadium in Athens. That was when Beatrice Faumuinā threw the discus further than anyone else and was crowned world champion.

Ian Ferguson

Ian Ferguson
When Ian Ferguson first competed at an Olympic Games in 1976 and even again when he was one of the tiny team in Moscow in 1980, few would have seen him as one of New Zealand’s greatest sportsmen.

Sean Fitzpatrick

Sean Fitzpatrick
Sean Fitzpatrick played more tests for the All Blacks than anyone else, captained them more than anyone else.

Bob Fitzsimmons

Though born in England, Fitzsimmons learned his boxing in Timaru and was always regarded as a New Zealand boxer.

Grant Fox

Grant Fox was a prolific points scorer and astute tactician for Auckland and the All Blacks during the 80s when both were dominant.

Sporting Spotlight

Stan Lay

(1906 - 2003)

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