COVID-19 Level 1 Update

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).
Search our list of inductees below or filter to a specific sport using the list on the left.

Our Inductees

Barbara Kendall

Barbara Kendall
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.

Bruce Kendall

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

Harry Kerr

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

Ian Kirkpatrick

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.

John Kirwan

John Kirwan
John Kirwan was one of the most devastating wing threequarters to play rugby for New Zealand; when in top form, he was an irresistible try-scorer as his 35 tries in 63 test matches indicates (plus another 32 tries in non-test matches).

Sporting Spotlight

Dick Motz

(1940 - 2007)

Motz, a big man in stature and reputation, was the first New Zealander to take 100 test wickets.
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