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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

Dave Gallaher

He was captain of the Original All Blacks in 1905 and a commanding figure in New Zealand rugby early in the 20th century.

Dave Gerrard

Dave Gerrard was a champion butterfly swimmer whose life has been inextricably linked with sport.

Sid Going

Sid Going
Sidney Milton Going played twenty-nine test matches for New Zealand between 1967 and 1977 and during his decade at the top, he was regarded as one of the most renowned halfbacks to play for the All Blacks. Photo courtesy of Peter Bush.

Philippa Gould

Philippa Gould
By the time she was 17, Philippa Gould’s swimming career was behind her but she’d already earned herself enduring fame in New Zealand sport.

Mark Graham

Mark Graham
Respected throughout the league world as a tough, skilful forward, Graham played 26 tests for New Zealand from 1977, when he was 21, until 1988.

Sporting Spotlight

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.
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