Athletics New Zealand
|Vice president(s)||Ian Babe|
|Replaced||New Zealand Amateur Athletic Association|
The organisation was founded in 1887 as the New Zealand Amateur Athletic Association (NZAAA). The first national championships were held the following year in 1888. In 1989, the current name was adopted.
There are 11 regional athletics associations supporting 179 clubs with approximately 22,000 registered members including athletes, coaches and volunteers.
|Athletics Northland Inc||Athletics Northland|
|Athletics Auckland Inc||www.athleticsauckland.co.nz|
|Athletics Waikato Bay of Plenty Inc||www.athleticswaikatobayofplenty.org.nz|
|Athletics Taranaki Inc||www.athleticstaranaki.org.nz|
|Athletics Hawkes Bay Gisborne Inc||Hawkes Bay Gisborne Athletics|
|Athletics Manawatu Wanganui Inc||PNAHC Wanganui Athletics|
|Athletics Wellington Inc||www.athleticswellington.org.nz|
|Athletics Tasman Inc||athleticsnelson|
|Athletics Canterbury Inc||www.athleticscanterbury.org.nz|
|Athletics Otago Inc||www.athleticsotago.co.nz|
|Athletics Southland Inc||www.athleticssouthland.co.nz|
ANZ is the national member federation for New Zealand in the following international organisations:
Athletics New Zealand is part of the following national organisations:
ANZ maintains the New Zealand records in athletics.
- Athletics New Zealand, IAAF, retrieved 24 January 2014
- Story: Athletics - Page 1 – The sport of athletics, Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand, retrieved 24 January 2014
- Athletics New Zealand Annual Report 2018, retrieved 22 March 2019
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