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Our Inductees

Onny Parun

Onny Parun
It’s not too often that modern sports people admit to answering the call of Queen and country first, but that’s what Onny Parun did in 1975 when he chose to play for New Zealand in a Davis Cup tie instead of playing in a tournament in Holland.

Helmer Pedersen and Earle Wells

When Earle Wells sought a skipper in 1961 for his Flying Dutchman class yacht, Pandora, and settled on a Danish émigré, Helmer Pedersen, an Olympic champion combination was born.

Rebecca Perrott

Rebecca Perrott was a champion swimmer, ranked with the best in the world, and has the unusual distinction of being the catalyst for the formation of the New Zealand Sports Foundation, the principal sports funding body.

Arthur Porritt

Arthur Porritt
Arthur Espie Porritt, first Baron of Wanganui and Hampstead, led a life of achievement as a sportsman, a sports administrator, a surgeon, a health administrator, a writer and as the first New Zealander to become governor-general.

Sporting Spotlight

Jonah Lomu

(1975 - 2015)

Jonah Lomu was a player beyond the normal measures of achievement in sport. They were for other people; Lomu was unique.
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