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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

Waimarama Taumaunu

Waimarama Taumaunu
“Wai”, as she is universally known, was only in her mid-teens when she entered representative netball for Canterbury and by 1981, she was in the national team.

Dick Tayler

Richard Tayler or Dick Tayler, whatever he was called he will forever be linked with the first day of competition at the Commonwealth Games in Christchurch in 1974.

Alan Thompson

Alan Thompson
Alan Thompson was one of the small band of canoeists who rewrote New Zealand Olympic history in the 1980s.

Eric Tindill

There wasn’t much in sport that Eric Tindill didn’t or couldn’t do. Mostly a halfback but sometimes a first five-eighth, he played 17 times for the All Blacks between 1935 and 1938.

Mark Todd

Among the champion equestrian riders produced by New Zealand, the name of Mark Todd stands supreme.

Kel Tremain

Kel Tremain
In the exclusive company of the All Blacks of the 60s, Kel Tremain was an exceptional player.

Glenn Turner

Glenn Turner
In the West Indies in 1972, Glenn Turner was such a prolific scorer (two successive innings of 259 in Georgetown), the crowds dubbed him “Mistah Runs”.

Sporting Spotlight

Naomi James

(1949 - )

Naomi James suffered from seasickness but she went to sea. She was a private person and disliked crowds, but she became a world celebrity, feted wherever she went.
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