Rob Waddell in men's single sculls rowing.
Darcy Hadfield in men's single sculls rowing at the 1920 Games in Antwerp.
New Zealand only gold medal at the 2000 Games was won by Rob Waddell in men's single sculls rowing.
New Zealand's only gold medal in the 2000 Olympics was won by Rob Waddell in men's single sculls rowing.
Mahe DrysdaleNew Zealand (NZL)
He is a amazing New Zealander who as excelled in rowing. Winning the world championships 4 times.
The 1920 Games in Antwerp. Darcy Hadfield won their first and only medal, a bronze in men's single sculls rowing, at the 1920 Games.
The first New Zealanders that won medals were the three that were members of the 1908 Australasia rugby union team that won gold at the 1908 Games, Herry Kerr, Henry St. Aubyn Murray, and Arthur Rowland. Australasia was the name of the team in 1908 and 1912 that was comprised of Australian and New Zealand athletes. New Zealand first competed as an independent nation in 1920. The first to win a medal was Clarence Hadfield D'Arcy who won bronze at the 1920 Games in men's single sculls rowing.
A New Zealander is a person from the country of New Zealand.
New Zealand won 6 gold medals.Valerie Adams, athletics, women's shot putNathan Cohen and Joseph Sullivan, rowing, men's double scullsHamish Bond and Eric Murray, rowing, men's coxless pairMahÃ© Drysdale, rowing, men's single scullsJo Aleh and Olivia Powrie, sailing, women's 470 classLisa Carrington, canoeing, women's K1 200 m flatwater
Rob Waddell in the men's single sculls
New Zealand (NZL) Nathan Cohen Joseph Sullivan
New Zealand has 6 gold for Rowing with 3, Sailing, Athletes, & Canoeing won by the following athletes Gold Nathan Cohen Joseph Sullivan Rowing Men's double sculls 2 August Gold Hamish Bond Eric Murray Rowing Men's pair 3 August Gold Mahé Drysdale Rowing Men's single sculls 3 August Gold Valerie Adams Athletics Women's shot put 6 August Gold Jo Aleh Olivia Powrie Sailing Women's 470 class 10 August Gold Lisa Carrington Canoeing Women's K-1 200 metres 11 August
That was rower Mahe Drysdale. He competed in the 2004 Games on New Zealand's coxless four team. He switched to single sculls in 2005 and won world championships in single sculls in 2005, 2006, and 2007.
Yes, Temuera Morrison is a New Zealander.
Three. New Zealand rower Rob Waddell competed at the 1996, 2000, and 2008 Summer Games. He won gold at the 2000 Games in Single Sculls, finished 7th at the 1996 Games in Single Sculls, and finished 4th at the 2008 Games in Double Sculls with partner Nathan Cohen.
New Zealand (NZL) Storm Uru Peter Taylor
Three, the Evers-Swindell twins in women's double sculls rowing, Valerie Vili in women's shot put, and Tom Ashley in men's windsurfing.
That was the 2000 Games in Sydney when Robert Waddell won gold in men's single sculls.
Grahame Thorne is the prominent New Zealander with name suppression.
A person from New Zealand is called a New Zealander, a native of New Zealand is a Maori, a non-maori New Zealander may call themselves a Kiwi and a Maori calls a non-Maori New Zealander a Pakeha.
There are many interpretations as to who "discovered" DNA, but I have never heard that it was a New Zealander that "invented" it.
A New Zealander. A native New Zealander is called a Maori, a non-native is called a Pakeha or a Kiwi.
Caroline Evers-Swindell (2004 and 2008 double sculls), Georgina Evers-Swindell (2004 and 2008 double sculls), Simon Dickie (1968 coxed fours and 1972 coxed eights) and Dick Joyce (1968 coxed fours and 1972 coxed eights) with 2 each.
A colloquial term for a Pakeha (non-Maori) New Zealander is a Kiwi.