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Mass uprising a world record for Massey students
Friday 24 February 2017
A rainbow chain of 423 arm-linked Massey University students rose up simultaneously in a Guinness World Record breaking event at the Manawatū campus yesterday.
Hitting the track and the books
Friday 20 January 2017
Training six days a week for as much as six hours at a time, Massey University student Aaron Booth is able to juggle an athletic career and a degree in construction.
Sailing through the study
Monday 12 December 2016
"I am a big believer in balance, so it's really cool to be able to study and pursue sailing, because obviously sport won't last forever" - Business student and champion sailor Erica Dawson.
Sports conference showcases high calibre of Applied Sport research staff
Monday 14 November 2016
Massey University was well represented at the New Zealand Sport Performance Conference held in Palmerston North last week, with six College of Health staff invited to present.
Olympians shine at Blues Awards
Thursday 13 October 2016
More than 100 people attended the annual Blues Awards at Massey University's Auckland campus last night, to honour top student athletes.
Blues award winners announced in Manawatū
Wednesday 12 October 2016
Badminton's Anona Pak and sprinter Alex Jordan were named Sportswoman and Sportsman of the Year at the Blues Sports Awards at Massey University's Manawatū campus last night.
Athletes happily get the Blues
Thursday 6 October 2016
It is all gold, silver and bronze at this year's Massey University Blues Awards, with a number of Olympians receiving awards next week.
A journey from MS to mastering mountains
Friday 16 September 2016
The remarkable story of Bachelor of Arts graduate Nick Allen's journey from wheelchair-bound multiple sclerosis (MS) sufferer to Himalayan summit climber has just been published by Massey University Press.
Medalists inspire up-and-comers
Friday 26 August 2016
The New Zealand Women's Sevens team made a visit to Massey University's Sport and Rugby Institute yesterday to motivate the next generation of rugby sevens players.
Opinion: Careful whose world record you break
Monday 22 August 2016
On the first night of track and field, the unthinkable happened. Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana broke Wang Junxia of China's 23-year-old women's 10,000m world record by the length of the finishing straight.

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