There are 184 athletes in the New Zealand team.
The country was represented by 184 athletes, competing in sixteen sports.
0 ... New Zealand did not send any athletes to compete in gymnastics at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
They first sent athletes to the Olympics in 1908, competing with Australia as a combined team that was called Australasia. New Zealand first competed as an independent team in 1920.
New Zealand is sending 15 athletes to the 2014 Winter Olympics.
New Zealand has competed in 23 Summer Olympics, the first being in 1908 combining their athletes with Australia's and competing under the name Australasia. New Zealand has competed in 13 Winter Olympics, the first being in 1952.
they are in Beijing and they have started already on may the 8th/
New Zealand won 9 medals in total
170 athletes and 130 support crew, making a team of around 300...
The New Zealand athlete might participate in the Triathlon
New Zealand is sending 183 athletes to the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, its biggest team ever.
3 gold medals
New Zealand's Olympic Equestrian team has been named for Beijing 2008 and includes the following people: Mark Todd Andrew Nicholson Heelan Tompkins Joe Meyer Caroline Powell. New Zealand Showjumpers for Beijing 2008 include the following: Katie McVean Bruce Goodin Daniel Meech Sharn Wordley There are no dressage riders competing for NZ at the Beijing Olympics Go Team Kiwi!!!
The entire New Zealand team has not yet been selected. At the 2004 Games, 151 New Zealand athletes competed so the number would probably be around that.
Some 185 athletes will represent New Zealand on the world stage.
Tied for 23rd (with Norway) with 9 medals.
New Zealand's athletes competed in Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Canoeing, Cycling, Equestrian, Field hockey, Football, Rowing, Sailing, Shooting, Swimming, Synchronized Swimming, Taekwondo, Tennis, Triathlon, and Weightlifting at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
New Zealand won 3 gold medals at Beijing in 2008 * Womens double sculls * Womens shot put * mens sailboard
No, Hamish Carter announced his retirement in 2007. Members of the 2008 New Zealand triathlon team are Bevan Docherty (silver medal winner at the 2004 Games in Athens), Kris Gemmell, and Shane Reed.