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International hockey series to be held on Massey turf in Olympic lead up
Massey University's state-of-the-art turf is set to host the Black Sticks and their Australian counterparts in the newly announced tans-Tasman hockey...
Top Higher Education Academy Fellowship recognises work-integrated learning
Professor in Sport and Physical Education, Andy Martin is the second Massey academic to be accepted into the small international group of principal...
Walking into a new lease of life
In late October, Jen Eaton successfully compete in the annual Multiple Steps for MS thanks to the work and help of third-year Bachelor of Sport and...
New world-class hockey turf for Manawatū
A new world-class hockey turf is now available for the Manawatū community
Lust and laughs galore in Summer Shakespeare
Manawatū Summer Shakespeare turns 18 this year - the perfect age to stage a riotous, gender-bending production of Twelfth Night as a jukebox...
Opinion: When fun is not enough to keep young people in sport
Associate Professor Dennis Slade says coaches and teachers must deliver more than fun to keep youngsters in sport into adulthood.
Massey Blues awards finalists announced
Finalists for the Massey University Blues Sports Awards have been announced, with athletes qualifying in a range of sporting codes, from...
Varsity aiming for 21st Manawatū rugby championship
The Massey University rugby team, Varsity A, are finalists in the Manawatū club rugby championship, playing on Saturday for what could be their...
Increasing the prospect of winning
Media coverage and research about female high performance sport falls short compared to male sport in New Zealand, according to new research from PhD...
Cultural approaches to activity the key to tackling obesity for women
The health benefits of a physically active lifestyle are widely known, however, no such investigations have focused on New Zealand women from...
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