New Zealand at the 2018 Commonwealth Games

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New Zealand at the
2018 Commonwealth Games
Flag of New Zealand.svg
Flag of New Zealand
CGF code NZL
CGA New Zealand Olympic Committee
Website www.olympic.org.nz
in Gold Coast, Australia
Competitors 251 in 17 sports
Flag bearer (opening) Sophie Pascoe[1]
Flag bearer (closing) Stacey Michelsen[2]
Medals
Ranked 5th
Gold
15
Silver
16
Bronze
15
Total
46
Officials Rob Waddell (chef de mission)
Commonwealth Games appearances (overview)
British Empire Games
British Empire and Commonwealth Games
British Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games

New Zealand competed at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, from 4 to 15 April 2018.[3] It was the nations’s 21st appearance at the Commonwealth Games, having competed at every Games since their inception in 1930. The New Zealand team consisted of 251 athletes, 130 men and 121 women, across 17 sports.

The New Zealand team collected 46 medals: 15 gold, 16 silver and 15 bronze, an increase of one medal from the previous games. The medals came across twelve sports. The nation won its first medal in beach volleyball, which was introduced at the Games, and its first gold medal in hockey.

Medal tables[edit]

Competitors[edit]

Athletics[edit]

The NZOC announced fifteen athletes to compete at the games on 2 February 2018.[4] Para-athlete Holly Robinson had been confirmed on 22 November 2017.[5] Brothers Jake and Zane Robertson were added on 9 February 2018.[6] Sprinter Joseph Millar was added on 23 February 2018.[7] Siositina Hakeai was conditionally added on 28 February 2018.[8] Zane Robertson withdrew from the team on 5 April 2018.[9]

Men
Track & road
Athlete Event Heat Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Joseph Millar 200 m 21.10 23 Q 21.01 16 Did not advance
Cameron French 400 m hurdles 50.60 14 Did not advance
Brad Mathas 800 m 1:46.32 5 q N/A 1:46.07 5
Jake Robertson 10000 m N/A 27:30.90 NR 5
Quentin Rew 20 km walk N/A 1:13:22 5
Field
Athlete(s) Event Qualifying Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Ben Langton Burnell Javelin throw 75.29 9 q 73.77 10
Nick Southgate Pole vault N/A NH
Tom Walsh Shot put 22.45 GR 1 Q 21.41 1st, gold medalist(s)
Women
Track & road
Athlete Event Heat Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Angie Petty 800 m 2:00.62 7 Did not advance
Camille Buscomb 5000 m N/A 15:55.45 12
10000 m N/A 32:23.91 14
Alana Barber 20 km walk N/A 1:34:18 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Field
Athlete(s) Event Qualifying Final
Result Rank Result Rank
Valerie Adams Shot put 18.52 1 Q 18.70 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Siositina Hakeai Discus throw N/A 57.16 4
Eliza McCartney Pole vault N/A 4.70 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Olivia McTaggart N/A 4.30 9
Julia Ratcliffe Hammer throw N/A 69.94 1st, gold medalist(s)
Holly Robinson Javelin throw F46 (para) N/A 43.32 2nd, silver medalist(s)

Badminton[edit]

Two badminton player were announced to compete at the games on 31 January 2018:[10]

Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Final / BM
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Susannah Leydon-Davis
Oliver Leydon-Davis
Mixed doubles Bye  McNee & Bailey (JAM)
W 2 – 1
 Ellis & Smith (ENG)
L 0 – 2
Did not advance

Basketball[edit]

New Zealand has qualified a men's and women's basketball teams for a total of 24 athletes (12 men and 12 women). The men's team qualified as being one of the top three teams in the Commonwealth (besides the host nation, Australia), while the women's team was invited by FIBA and the CGF.[11]

Men's tournament[edit]

Roster[12]
Pool A
Team
PLD W L PF PA PD Points
 Australia 3 3 0 271 183 +88 6
 New Zealand 3 2 1 265 204 +61 5
 Canada 3 1 2 197 244 -47 4
 Nigeria 3 0 3 187 289 -102 3
Qualified for the Semifinals
Qualified for the Qualifying finals
6 April 2018
20:00
Nigeria  65–110  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 15–24, 20–26, 8–31, 22–29
Pts: Dike 15
Rebs: Achiuwa 8
Asts: Ofoegbu, Achiuwa 2
Pts: Abercrombie 21
Rebs: Pledger 10
Asts: Ili, Kenny 6
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Referees: Liszka (POL), Kom Njilo (CMR),
Unsworth (GBR)

7 April 2018
21:00
New Zealand  73–79  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 21–19, 19–16, 19-21, 14-23
Pts: Ili 22
Rebs: Delany 6
Asts: Ili 4
Pts: Kay 21
Rebs: Sobey 6
Asts: Cadee 3
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Referees: Bermudez (MEX), Liszka (POL),
Dodds (GBR)

9 April 2018
18:30
Canada  60–82  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 14–20, 17–20, 12–23, 17–19
Pts: Kapinga 19
Rebs: Morgan 6
Asts: Diawara, Kapinga 2
Pts: Abercrombie 17
Rebs: Abercrombie 9
Asts: Ili 5
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Referees: Bermudez (MEX), Boyer (AUS),
Decastro (MOZ)

Semifinal
14 April 2018
12:30
New Zealand  86–88  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 16–22, 26–23, 16–30, 28–13
Pts: Ili 23
Rebs: Mika Vukona 15
Asts: Ili 7
Pts: Diressa 22
Rebs: Pierre-Charles 7
Asts: Tutu 6
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Gold Coast
Referees: Liszka (POL), Kato (JPN),
Kom Njilo (CMR)

Bronze medal match
15 April 2018
09:00
Scotland  69–79  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 21–19, 14–22, 9–18, 25–20
Pts: Bunyan 13
Rebs: Fraser 6
Asts: Bunyan 5
Pts: Abercrombie 26
Rebs: Loe 10
Asts: Loe 4
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Gold Coast
Referees: Beattie (USA), Weiland (CAN),
Boyer (AUS)

Women's tournament[edit]

Roster[13]

The following is the New Zealand roster in the women's basketball tournament of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.[14]

New Zealand women's national basketball team - 2018 Commonwealth Games roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Name Age – Date of birth Height Club Ctr.
G 0 Jillings, Zara 19 – (1998-05-30)30 May 1998 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Fordham Rams United States
G 1 Rooney, Erin 27 – (1990-09-03)3 September 1990 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) PDS BBC Troistorrents Switzerland
G 2 Cocks, Micaela 31 – (1986-05-02)2 May 1986 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Townsville Fire Australia
F 4 Purcell, Kalani 23 – (1995-01-13)13 January 1995 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in) Melbourne Boomers Australia
G 6 Hunter, Jordan 27 – (1990-08-20)20 August 1990 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) Sturt Sabres Australia
G 7 Farnworth, Antonia 30 – (1987-05-10)10 May 1987 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) Perth Lynx Australia
F 8 Taylor, Natalie 35 – (1982-12-24)24 December 1982 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) Brisbane Spartans Australia
G/F 10 Paalvast, Chevannah 26 – (1991-09-04)4 September 1991 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Canberra Capitals Australia
F 11 Bygate, Jessica 26 – (1992-01-10)10 January 1992 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) Sandringham Sabres Australia
C 13 Stockill, Josephine 24 – (1993-12-29)29 December 1993 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) Sunbury Jets Australia
F 15 Franklin, Deena 23 – (1995-02-05)5 February 1995 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) Harbour Breeze New Zealand
G 55 Leger-Walker, Charlisse 16 – (2001-09-15)15 September 2001 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Waikato Wizards New Zealand
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)
Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • Club - describes last
    club before the tournament
  • Age - describes age
    on 5 April 2018
Pool B
Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  New Zealand 3 3 0 256 148 +108 6 Qualifying finals
2  Jamaica 3 2 1 196 195 +1 5
3  Malaysia 3 1 2 187 239 −52 4
4  India 3 0 3 184 241 −57 3
Source: GC2018
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
5 April 2018
21:00
New Zealand  86–44  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 24–10, 27–15, 15–3, 20–16
Pts: Cocks 15
Rebs: Purcell 12
Asts: Hunter 6
Pts: Yap Fook Yee 12
Rebs: Pang Hui Pin 7
Asts: Pang Hui Pin 5
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Referees: James Boyer (AUS), Sarah Carey (AUS), Kate Webb (ENG)

7 April 2018
11:30
New Zealand  80–49  Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 17–16, 24–9, 19–14, 20–10
Pts: Leger-Walker 18
Rebs: Leger-Walker 6
Asts: Cocks 6
Pts: George 12
Rebs: Jackson 7
Asts: L Gordon, Jackson 2
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Referees: Artur Decastro (MOZ), Ceciline Michael Vincent (IND), Christine Vuong (CAN)

8 April 2018
17:30
India  55–90  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 12–31, 10–23, 19–19, 14–17
Pts: Kumari 14
Rebs: Skaria 9
Asts: Sidhu, Limaye 3
Pts: Cocks 21
Rebs: Farnworth 7
Asts: Farnworth 5
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Referees: Christine Vuong (CAN), Simon Unsworth (ENG), James Boyer (AUS)

Qualifying final
10 April 2018
21:00
Mozambique  63–79  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 7–18, 19–23, 15–19, 22–19
Pts: Mafanela 15
Rebs: Lhavanguane, Mucauro 7
Asts: Cossa, Mucauro 5
Pts: Taylor 25
Rebs: Taylor 8
Asts: Hunter 7
Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre, Townsville
Referees: Takaki Kato (JPN), Jon Chapman (AUS), Joyce Muchenu (ZIM)

Semifinal
13 April 2018
21:00
Australia  109–50  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 25–12, 28–16, 30–6, 26–16
Pts: Cambage 21
Rebs: Griffin, Kunek 7
Asts: O'Hea 6
Pts: Cocks, Leger-Walker, Taylor 9
Rebs: Paalvast 5
Asts: Cocks, Purcell 3
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Gold Coast
Referees: Wojciech Liszka (POL), Viola Gyoergyi (NOR), Chris Dodds (GBR)

Bronze medal match
14 April 2018
18:00
New Zealand  74–58  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 16–12, 18–14, 23–13, 17–19
Pts: Leger-Walker, Taylor 18
Rebs: Purcell 7
Asts: Cocks 7
Pts: Nofuente 18
Rebs: Hamblin, Kiss-Rusk, Provo 6
Asts: Masikewich, Traer 2
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Gold Coast
Referees: Jon Chapman (AUS), Sarah Carey (AUS), Kate Webb (ENG)

Beach volleyball[edit]

The women's pair was named on 10 January 2018.[15] The men's pair was added on 20 February 2018.[16]

Athlete Event Preliminary round Standing Quarterfinals Semifinals Final / BM
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Ben O'Dea
Sam O'Dea
Men's Pool C
 ApostolouChrysostomou (CYP)
W 2 – 1
 AcacioSoares (MOZ)
W 2 – 1
 GregorySheaf (ENG)
W 2 – 1
1  StewartWilliams (TTO)
W 2 – 0
 PedlowSchachter (CAN)
L 0 – 2
 GregorySheaf (ENG)
W 2 – 0
3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Kelsie Wills
Shaunna Polley
Women's Pool C
 NzayisengaMutatsimpundu (RWA)
W 2 – 0
 LauOng (SGP)
W 2 – 0
 MatauatuPata (VAN)
W 2 – 0
1  AngelopoulouKonstantinou (CYP)
L 0 – 2
Did not advance

Boxing[edit]

The eight-member boxing team was announced on 22 February 2018.[17]

Men
Athlete Event Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Richard Hadlow 64 kg  Volcere (SEY)
W 4 – 1
 Vidanalage (SRI)
L 1 – 4
Did not advance
Leroy Hindley 69 kg  Katta (SLE)
W 5 – 0
 Moshoeshoe (LES)
W 4 – 1
 Walsh (NIR)
L 0 – 5
Did not advance
Ryan Scaife 75 kg Bye  Owuor (KEN)
W 5 – 0
 Ntsengue (CMR)
L 0 – 5
Did not advance
David Nyika 91 kg N/A  Aska (ANT)
W 5 – 0
 Ndzie Tsoye (CMR)
W W/O
 Clarke (ENG)
W 5 – 0
 Whateley (AUS)
W 5 – 0
1st, gold medalist(s)
Patrick Mailata 91 kg+ N/A  Barton (SCO)
W 5 – 0
 McMonagle (NIR)
W 5 – 0
 Clarke (ENG)
L 2 – 3
Did not advance 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Women
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Tasmyn Benny 48 kg N/A  Modukanele (BOT)
W 5 – 0
 O'Hara (NIR)
L 0 – 5
Did not advance 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Alexis Pritchard 57 kg  Ranone (LES)
W RSC
 Hansika (SRI)
W 5 – 0
 Walsh (NIR)
L 1 – 4
Did not advance 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Troy Garton 60 kg Bye  Kasemang (BOT)
W 5 – 0
 Stridsman (AUS)
L 0 – 5
Did not advance 3rd, bronze medalist(s)

Cycling[edit]

The team of 33 cyclists was named on 17 February 2018.[18] Jason Christie replaced Alex Frame, and Hayden McCormick replaced Hamish Bond in the road race, leaving Bond to focus solely on the time trial, on 22 March 2018.[19]

Road[edit]

Men
Athlete Event Time Rank
Shane Archbold Road race 3:57:01 6
Jack Bauer 3:57:22 13
Jason Christie 3:57:58 16
Sam Gaze 3:57:04 10
Hayden McCormick 3:57:01 5
James Oram 3:57:10 11
Hamish Bond Time trial 48:45.45 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
James Oram 49:40.72 5
Women
Athlete Event Time Rank
Bryony Botha Road race DNF
Rushlee Buchanan 3:05:40 26
Sharlotte Lucas 3:02:18 4
Kate McIlroy 3:03:32 19
Linda Villumsen 3:02:43 12
Georgia Williams 3:02:18 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Rushlee Buchanan Time trial 37:39.28 5
Linda Villumsen 36:03.01 2nd, silver medalist(s)

Track[edit]

Sprint
Athlete Event Qualification Round 1 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Time Rank Opposition
Time
Opposition
Time
Opposition
Time
Opposition
Time
Rank
Eddie Dawkins Men's sprint 9.704 7 Q  Truman (ENG)
L 10.222
Did not advance
Ethan Mitchell 9.654 3 Q  Constable (AUS)
W 10.518
 Schmid (AUS)
L, L
Did not advance
Sam Webster 9.809 12 Q  Hindes (ENG)
W 10.167
 Owens (ENG)
W 10.250, W 10.188
 Sahrom (MAS)
W 10.334, W 10.151
 Carlin (SCO)
W 10.123, W 9.952
1st, gold medalist(s)
Eddie Dawkins
Ethan Mitchell
Sam Webster
Men's team sprint 42.822 GR 1 Q N/A  England (ENG)
W 42.877
1st, gold medalist(s)
Emma Cumming Women's sprint 11.079 8 Q  Stewart (NIR)
W 11.800
 Morton (AUS)
L, L
Did not advance
Natasha Hansen 10.760 3 Q  Coster (WAL)
W 11.389
 Mustapa (MAS)
W 11.242, W 11.670
 Genest (CAN)
W 11.317, L, W 11.672
 Morton (AUS)
L, L
2nd, silver medalist(s)
Olivia Podmore 10.985 5 Q  Walsh (CAN)
W 11.769
 McCulloch (AUS)
L, L
Did not advance
Emma Cumming
Natasha Hansen
Women's team sprint 33.321 2 Q N/A  Australia (AUS)
L 33.115
2nd, silver medalist(s)
Keirin
Athlete Event Round 1 Repechage Semifinals Final
Eddie Dawkins Men's keirin 3 1 Q 3 Q 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Bradly Knipe 6 4 Did not advance
Sam Webster 2 Q N/A 1 Q 5
Emma Cumming Women's keirin 3 3 Q 4 11
Natasha Hansen 1 Q N/A 2 Q 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Olivia Podmore 5 1 Q 2 Q 6
Time trial
Athlete Event Time Rank
Eddie Dawkins Men's time trial 59.928 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Dylan Kennett 1:01.546 7
Zac Williams 1:01.132 4
Ellesse Andrews Women's time trial 35.850 12
Emma Cumming 34.230 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Natasha Hansen 34.238 4
Pursuit
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Time Rank Opponent
Results
Rank
Jared Gray Men's pursuit 4:22.752 12 Did not advance
Dylan Kennett 4:13.414 3 QB  Kerby (AUS)
W 4:18.373
3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Nicholas Kergozou 4:23.429 13 Did not advance
Regan Gough
Nicholas Kergozou
Tom Sexton
Campbell Stewart
Men's team pursuit DSQ Did not advance
Ellesse Andrews Women's pursuit 3:33.707 6 Did not advance
Bryony Botha 3:35.394 9
Kirstie James 3:29.192 5
Bryony Botha
Rushlee Buchanan
Kirstie James
Racquel Sheath
Women's team pursuit 4:22.331 2 Q  Australia (AUS)
L OVL
2nd, silver medalist(s)
Points race
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Regan Gough Men's point race 28 2 Q 43 9
Campbell Stewart 9 9 Q 69 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Tom Sexton 12 4 Q 43 10
Rushlee Buchanan Women's points race N/A 10 5
Michaela Drummond 4 10
Racquel Sheath 0 17
Scratch race
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Dylan Kennett Men's scratch race 7 Q 15
Nicholas Kergozou 6 Q 17
Campbell Stewart 6 Q 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Michaela Drummond Women's scratch race N/A 10
Kirstie James 5
Racquel Sheath 15

Mountain bike[edit]

Athlete Event Time Rank
Anton Cooper Men's cross-country 1:17:36 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Sam Gaze 1:17:36 1st, gold medalist(s)
Ben Oliver 1:18:41 4
Samara Sheppard Women's cross-country 1:23:46 9

Diving[edit]

New Zealand participated with a team of five athletes: two men and three women. Two divers were among selections announced on 22 December 2017,[20] and three further divers were added to the squad on 16 February 2018.[21]

Men
Athlete Event Preliminaries Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Liam Stone 1 m springboard 255.90 13 Did not advance
3 m springboard 325.95 15 Did not advance
Anton Down-Jenkins 3 m springboard 326.70 14 Did not advance
Anton Down-Jenkins
Liam Stone
3 m synchronised springboard N/A 332.64 8
Women
Athlete Event Preliminaries Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Shaye Boddington 1 m springboard 237.95 9 Q 194.50 12
Elizabeth Cui 1 m springboard 198.80 13 Did not advance
3 m springboard 241.20 10 Q 247.10 12
Elizabeth Cui
Yu Qian Goh
3 m synchronised springboard N/A 251.70 4

Gymnastics[edit]

The first five gymnasts were announced on 22 December 2017.[22] An additional two gymnasts were announced on 5 February 2018.[23]

Artistic[edit]

Men
Team Final & Individual Qualification
Athlete Event Apparatus Total Rank
F PH R V PB HB
David Bishop Team N/A 12.500 12.450 13.800 N/A 12.450 N/A
Ethan Dick 13.700 Q 11.800 12.650 14.000 13.350 10.800 76.300 16 Q
Devy Dyson 11.150 10.200 13.825 Q N/A 12.800 13.200 N/A
Kyleab Ellis 13.100 N/A N/A 14.300 Q 13.225 N/A N/A
Mikhail Koudinov 13.600 12.350 12.900 13.900 13.750 12.800 79.300 9 Q
Total 40.400 36.650 39.375 42.200 40.325 38.450 237.400 6
Individual Finals
Athlete Event Apparatus Total Rank
F PH R V PB HB
Ethan Dick All-around 13.600 12.850 12.700 13.900 12.500 12.400 77.950 11
Floor 13.500 N/A 13.500 5
Devy Dyson Rings N/A 13.533 N/A 13.533 6
Kyleab Ellis Vault N/A 13.933 N/A 13.933 7
Mikhail Koudinov All-around 12.200 12.850 13.000 13.600 11.950 11.600 75.200 15
Women
Individual Qualification
Athlete Event Apparatus Total Rank
V UB BB F
Stella Ashcroft Qualification 13.100 10.000 11.750 10.875 45.725 14 Q
Individual Finals
Athlete Event Apparatus Total Rank
V UB BB F
Stella Ashcroft All-around 12.950 9.900 11.700 11.500 46.050 13

Rhythmic[edit]

Individual Qualification
Athlete Event Apparatus Total Rank
Hoop Ball Clubs Ribbon
Stella Ebert Qualification 10.400 7.400 9.300 7.550 34.650 22

Hockey[edit]

New Zealand has qualified both men's and women's hockey teams for a total of 36 athletes (18 men and 18 women). Both teams qualified as being one of the top nine teams in the Commonwealth (besides the host nation, Australia) according to their FIH World Rankings as of 31 October 2017.

Men's tournament[edit]

Roster[24]
Pool A
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Australia (H) 4 4 0 0 16 2 +14 12 Advance to Semi-finals
2  New Zealand 4 3 0 1 18 6 +12 9
3  Scotland 4 1 0 3 7 14 −7 3 5th–6th place match
4  Canada 4 1 0 3 3 12 −9 3 7th–8th place match
5  South Africa 4 1 0 3 4 14 −10 3 9th–10th place match
Source: FIH
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) number of wins; 3) goal difference; 4) goals scored; 5) head-to-head results.
(H) Host.


6 April 2018 (2018-04-06)
11:30
New Zealand  6–2  Canada
Russell Goal 28'
Woods Goal 31'
Muir Goal 41'
Lett Goal 42'
Jenness Goal 42'
Inglis Goal 60'
Report Kirkpatrick Goal 47'
Johnston Goal 58'
Umpires:
Hong Zhen Lim (SGP)
Paul Walker (GBR)

8 April 2018 (2018-04-08)
16:30
New Zealand  6–0  South Africa
Russell Goal 4'25'
J. Panchia Goal 26'
Woods Goal 27'
Muir Goal 50'
Ross Goal 53'
Report
Umpires:
Jamie Hooper (WAL)
Paul Walker (ENG)

10 April 2018 (2018-04-10)
11:30
New Zealand  5–2  Scotland
Russell Goal 3'30'34'
J. Panchia Goal 4'
Inglis Goal 50'
Report Forsyth Goal 20'53'
Umpires:
Anbananthan Rawi (MAS)
Deepak Joshi (IND)

11 April 2018 (2018-04-11)
16:30
Australia  2–1  New Zealand
Whetton Goal 20'
Mitton Goal 57'
Report Bennett Goal 59'
Umpires:
David Sweetman (SCO)
Hong Zhen Lim (SGP)

Semifinal
13 April 2018 (2018-04-13)
21:45
India  2–3  New Zealand
H. Singh Goal 30'56' Report Inglis Goal 7'
Jenness Goal 13'
Child Goal 40'
Umpires:
Lim Hong Zhen (SGP)
Rawi Anbananthan (MAS)

Gold medal match
14 April 2018 (2018-04-14)
21:15
Australia  2–0  New Zealand
Kleinschmidt Goal 21'
Dawson Goal 28'
Report
Umpires:
Sean Rapaport (RSA)
Lim Hong Zhen (SGP)

Women's tournament[edit]

Roster[25]
Pool B
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Australia (H) 4 3 1 0 8 0 +8 10 Advance to Semi-finals
2  New Zealand 4 2 2 0 18 1 +17 8
3  Canada 4 1 2 1 5 2 +3 5 5th–6th place match
4  Scotland 4 1 1 2 6 8 −2 4 7th–8th place match
5  Ghana 4 0 0 4 1 27 −26 0 9th–10th place match
Source: FIH
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) number of wins; 3) goal difference; 4) goals scored; 5) head-to-head results.
(H) Host.


5 April 2018 (2018-04-05)
11:30
Scotland  1–6  New Zealand
Howie Goal 53' Report Smith Goal 10'
Neal Goal 12'
Gloyn Goal 18'48'
Keddell Goal 18'45'
Umpires:
Ayanna McClean (USA)
Cookie Tan (SGP)

6 April 2018 (2018-04-06)
16:30
New Zealand  12–0  Ghana
Doar Goal 10'50'53'
Smith Goal 14'
Charlton Goal 16'
Gloyn Goal 28'
Michelsen Goal 33'
Merry Goal 35'
Harrison Goal 43'
McLaren Goal 49'59'
Robinson Goal 51'
Report
Umpires:
Catherine Wright (GBR)
Aleisha Neumann (AUS)

8 April 2018 (2018-04-08)
11:30
New Zealand  0–0  Canada
Report
Umpires:
Wanri Venter (RSA)
Nur Hafiza Azman (MAS)

9 April 2018 (2018-04-09)
21:30
Australia  0–0  New Zealand
Report
Umpires:
Sarah Wilson (SCO)
Ayanna McClean (TTO)

Semifinal
12 April 2018 (2018-04-12)
19:00
England  0–0  New Zealand
Report
Penalties
Danson Penalty stroke missed
Bray Penalty stroke missed
Martin Penalty stroke scored
Toman Penalty stroke missed
Pearne-Webb Penalty stroke missed
1–2 Penalty stroke missed Charlton
Penalty stroke missed Thompson
Penalty stroke scored Harrison
Penalty stroke missed Gunson
Penalty stroke scored Michelsen
Umpires:
Sarah Wilson (SCO)
Aleisha Neumann (AUS)

Gold medal match
14 April 2018 (2018-04-14)
12:45
New Zealand  4–1  Australia
Gloyn Goal 28'
Keddell Goal 34'
Merry Goal 42'
McLaren Goal 56'
Report Kenny Goal 50'
Umpires:
Sarah Wilson (SCO)
Ayanna McClean (TTO)

Lawn bowls[edit]

The NZOC named seven para-bowlers to compete at the games on 22 November 2017.[5] with the ten able-bodied bowlers named in January 2018.[26]

Men
Athlete Event Preliminary round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final/BM Rank
Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Match 4 Match 5 Rank
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Shannon McIlroy Singles  Newell
 (JAM)
W 21 – 0
 Kumar
 (FIJ)
W 21 – 15
 Kimani
 (KEN)
W 21 – 12
 Paxton
 (ENG)
L 18 – 21
 Xalxo
 (IND)
W 21 – 0
1 Q  Paxton
 (ENG)
L 16 – 21
Did not advance
Shannon McIlroy
Blake Signal
Pairs  Botswana
W 27 – 8
 Papua New Guinea
W 24 – 11
 Cook Islands
W 26 – 12
 Fiji
W 18 – 11
 England
W 14 – 12
1 Q  Wales
L 20 – 7
Did not advance
Ali Forsyth
Paul Girdler
Mike Nagy
Triples  Singapore
W 28 – 6
 Niue
W 36 – 8
 Canada
W 18 – 13
 Namibia
W 28 – 8
N/A 1 Q  Australia
L 10 – 25
Did not advance
Ali Forsyth
Paul Girdler
Mike Nagy
Blake Signal
Fours  Cook Islands
W 21 – 4
 Papua New Guinea
W 20 – 12
 Canada
W 21 – 11
 Wales
W 11 – 10
N/A 1 Q  England
L 2 – 20
Did not advance
Women
Athlete Event Preliminary round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final/BM Rank
Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Match 4 Match 5 Rank
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Jo Edwards Singles  Pinki
 (IND)
W 20 – 16
 Blumsky
 (NIU)
W 21 – 11
 Rednall
 (ENG)
L 17 – 21
 Tikoisuva
 (FIJ)
W 21 – 10
 Saroji
 (MAS)
W 21 – 7
1 Q  Saroji
 (MAS)
W 21 – 9
 Piketh
 (RSA)
W 21 – 17
 Daniels
 (WAL)
W 21 – 17
1st, gold medalist(s)
Jo Edwards
Val Smith
Pairs  Fiji
W 17 – 16
 Tonga
W 29 – 6
 Canada
L 16 – 18
 Norfolk Island
L 11 – 20
N/A 3 Did not advance
Mandy Boyd
Tayla Bruce
Katelyn Inch
Triples  Zambia
W 24 – 12
 Namibia
W 21 – 15
 Jersey
W 24 – 8
 Wales
W 19 – 15
N/A 1 Q  Canada
L 16 – 18
Did not advance
Mandy Boyd
Tayla Bruce
Katelyn Inch
Val Smith
Fours  Jersey
W 20 – 15
 Zambia
W 21 – 8
 Norfolk Island
W 28 – 5
 South Africa
L 11 – 16
N/A 2 Q  South Africa
L 8 – 16
Did not advance
Para
Athlete Event Group stage Semifinal Final / BM
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Sue Curran
Ann Muir (guide)
David Stallard
Peter Blick (guide)
Mixed para pairs  Wales
W 14 – 11
 South Africa
L 12 – 14
 Australia
L 11 – 16
 Scotland
L 5 – 23
 England
W 16 – 13
5 Did not advance
Mark Noble
Bruce Wakefield
Barry Wynks
Open para triples  Wales
W 26 – 5
 England
L 12 – 13
 Scotland
W 17 – 9
 South Africa
W 19 – 11
 Australia
L 11 – 16
3 Q  England
W 18 – 11
 Australia
L 14 – 13
2nd, silver medalist(s)

Netball[edit]

New Zealand qualified a netball team by virtue of being ranked in the top 11 (excluding the host nation, Australia) of the INF World Rankings on 1 July 2017.[27][28][29] The team was announced on 8 February 2018.[30]

Roster
Pool B
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  England 5 5 0 0 342 202 +140 10 Semi-finals
2  New Zealand 5 3 0 2 292 235 +57 6
3  Uganda 5 3 0 2 287 248 +39 6 Classification matches
4  Malawi 5 3 0 2 277 284 −7 6
5  Scotland 5 1 0 4 195 289 −94 2
6  Wales 5 0 0 5 215 350 −135 0
Updated to match(es) played on 11 April 2018. Source: GC2018


5 April 2018
18:30
Report New Zealand   64–51  Uganda    Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
Umpires: Helen George
Kate Stephenson
Reserve umpire: Gary Burgess
Folau Goals scored 22/22 (100%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 19/26 (73%)
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 13/14 (93%)
Mes Goals scored 10/17 (59%)
Proscovia Goals scored 37/42 (88%)
Nanyonga Goals scored 14/16 (88%)

6 April 2018
13:00
Report Wales   44–70  New Zealand    Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
Umpires: Theresa Prince
Jackie Mizon
Reserve umpire: Joshua Bowring
Moseley Goals scored 21/30 (70%)
Lewis Goals scored 21/31 (68%)
Llewelyn Goals scored 1/1 (100%)
Rowe Goals scored 1/2 (50%)
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 28/31 (90%)
Folau Goals scored 19/23 (83%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 13/17 (76%)
Mes Goals scored 10/14 (71%)

8 April 2018
18:30
Report Malawi   57–53  New Zealand    Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
Umpires: Joshua Bowring
Gary Burgess
Reserve umpire: Theresa Prince
Kumwenda Goals scored 41/46 (89%)
Chimaliro Goals scored 16/20 (80%)
Folau Goals scored 31/39 (79%)
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 15/17 (88%)
Mes Goals scored 7/12 (58%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 0/2 (0%)

9 April 2018
20:30
Report New Zealand   60–29  Scotland    Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
Umpires: Kate Stephenson
Michelle Phippard
Reserve umpire: Joshua Bowring
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 33/37 (89%)
Folau Goals scored 27/35 (77%)
Goodwin Goals scored 23/28 (82%)
Gallagher Goals scored 6/7 (86%)

11 April 2018
09:00
Report New Zealand   45–54  England    Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
Umpires: Michelle Phippard
Marc Henning
Reserve umpire: Joshua Bowring
Folau Goals scored 30/39 (77%)
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 12/19 (63%)
Mes Goals scored 3/4 (75%)
Housby Goals scored 27/32 (84%)
Harten Goals scored 27/31 (87%)

Semifinal
14 April 2018
17:00
Report Australia   65–44  New Zealand    Coomera Indoor Sports Centre
Umpires: Gary Burgess
Jackie Mizon
Reserve umpire: Kate Stephenson
Thwaites Goals scored 24/25 (96%)
Bassett Goals scored 17/18 (94%)
Pettitt Goals scored 15/16 (94%)
Wood Goals scored 9/12 (75%)
Folau Goals scored 32/41 (78%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 7/9 (78%)
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 3/5 (60%)
Mes Goals scored 2/3 (67%)

Bronze medal match
15 April 2018
11:00
Report New Zealand   55–60  Jamaica    Coomera Indoor Sports Centre
Umpires: Marc Henning
Michelle Phippard
Reserve umpire: Joshua Bowring
Folau Goals scored 34/44 (77%)
Mes Goals scored 12/20 (60%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 9/13 (69%)
Aiken Goals scored 24/31 (77%)
Fowler-Reid Goals scored 21/22 (95%)
Beckford Goals scored 15/18 (83%)

Rugby sevens[edit]

The New Zealand men's side qualified due to their 2016–17 World Rugby Sevens Series ranking, while the New Zealand women's side qualified due to their 2016–17 World Rugby Women's Sevens Series ranking. Both the men's and women's teams were announced on 21 March 2018.[31]

Men's tournament[edit]

Team

Travelling reserve: Teddy Stanaway

Pool B
Pos Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  New Zealand 3 3 0 0 127 14 +113 9 Semi-finals
2  Kenya 3 2 0 1 80 50 +30 7 Classification semi-finals
3  Canada 3 1 0 2 64 59 +5 5
4  Zambia 3 0 0 3 0 148 −148 3
Source: GC2018
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head result; 3) Point difference; 4) Points scored.
14 April 2018
10:37
New Zealand  54–0  Zambia
Try: Koroi 1' c
Nanai-Seturo 4' c
Molia 7' m
Mikkelson 8' c
Rokolisoa 8' c
Baker 10' c
Knewstubb 11' c
Ware 14' c
Con: Baker (2/3) 1', 8'
Koroi (1/1) 4'
Rokolisoa (2/2) 9', 10'
Knewstubb (2/2) 11', 14'
(Gold Coast 2018)

14 April 2018
14:17
New Zealand  40–7  Kenya
Try: Nanai-Seturo (2) 1' m, 6' c
Molia 3' c
Ware 8' c
Curry 9' c
Knewstubb 11' c
Con: Koroi (2/3) 3', 6'
Baker (1/1) 8'
Knewstubb (2/2) 10', 11'
(Gold Coast 2018) Try: Oliech 12' c
Con: Oliech (1/1) 13'

14 April 2018
20:49
New Zealand  33–7  Canada
Try: Curry 1' m
Ware (2) 3' c, 8' c
Koroi 5' c
Baker 11' c
Con: Knewstubb (3/4) 3', 5', 8'
Baker (1/1) 11'
(Gold Coast 2018) Try: Cejvanovic 13' c
Con: Hirayama (1/1) 14'

Semifinal

Gold medal match

Women's tournament[edit]

Team

Travelling reserve: Risi Pouri-Lane

Pool A
Pos Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  New Zealand 3 3 0 0 110 7 +103 9 Semi-finals
2  Canada 3 2 0 1 60 36 +24 7
3  Kenya 3 1 0 2 31 79 −48 5 Classification semi-finals
4  South Africa 3 0 0 3 10 89 −79 3
Source: GC2018
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head result; 3) Point difference; 4) Points scored.
13 April 2018
16:53
New Zealand  45–0  Kenya
Try: Woodman (3) 1' m, 8' c, 9' c
Brazier 2' c
Broughton 7' c
Williams (2) 11' c, 14' m
Con: Nathan-Wong (5/6) 3', 7', 8', 9', 11'
Willison (0/1)
(Gold Coast 2018)

13 April 2018
19:33
New Zealand  41–0  South Africa
Try: Goss 1' c
Woodman (2) 1' m, 8' c
Blyde 6' m
Broughton 7' m
Williams 9' c
Brazier 12' m
Con: Nathan-Wong (3/6) 1', 8', 9'
Willison (0/1)
(Gold Coast 2018)

14 April 2018
12:49
New Zealand  24–7  Canada
Try: Woodman 2' m
Blyde (2) 9' m, 12' c
Waaka 14' c
Con: Nathan-Wong (2/4) 12', 14'
(Gold Coast 2018) Try: Greenshields 7' c
Con: Landry (1/1) 7'

Semifinal

Gold medal match

Shooting[edit]

The NZOC announced eleven shooters to compete at the Games on 17 January 2018.[32]

Nomination criteria:[33]

Men
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Myles Browne-Cole Trap 109 19 Did not advance
Owen Robinson Trap 115 12 Did not advance
Ryan Taylor 50 m rifle prone 619.4 2 Q 184.1 5
Scott Wilson Double trap 127 11 Did not advance
Ricky Zhao 50 m pistol 511 -3x 14 Did not advance
Women
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Janet Hunt 50 m rifle prone N/A 608.2 10
Sally Johnston N/A 607.8 11
Natalie Rooney Trap 66 +7 7 Did not advance
Chloe Tipple Skeet 68 7 Did not advance
Open
Queen's Prize (full bore)
Athlete Event Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Total
Points Points Points Points Rank
Brian Carter Individual 105 - 14v 148 - 19v 145 - 9v 398 - 42v 15
John Snowden 105 - 14v 147 - 11v 148 - 10v 400 - 35v 8
Brian Carter
John Snowden
Pairs 296- 34v 285- 16v N/A 581- 50v 5

Squash[edit]

The seven-member squash team was announced on 7 February 2018.[34]

Individual
Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final / BM
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Paul Coll Men's singles Bye  Ndhlovu (ZAM)
W 3 – 1
 Yuen (MAS)
W 3 – 0
 Selby (ENG)
W 3 – 1
 Makin (WAL)
W 3 – 2
 Willstrop (ENG)
L 0 – 3
2nd, silver medalist(s)
Campbell Grayson  Khalil (GUY)
W 3 – 0
 Moran (SCO)
W 3 – 0
 Willstrop (ENG)
L 1 – 3
Did not advance
Evan Williams  Kelly (CAY)
W 3 – 0
 Adnan (MAS)
L 1 – 3
Did not advance
Joelle King Women's singles Bye  Saffery (WAL)
W 3 – 0
 Subramaniam (MAS)
W 3 – 1
 Chinappa (IND)
W 3 – 0
 David (MAS)
W 3 - 1
 Perry (ENG)
W 3 - 2
1st, gold medalist(s)
Amanda Landers-Murphy Bye  Methsarani (SRI)
W 3 – 0
 Massaro (ENG)
L 0 – 3
Did not advance
Doubles
Athlete Event Group stage Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final / BM
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Paul Coll
Campbell Grayson
Men's doubles  Doyle &
Snagg (SVG)
W 2 – 0
 Hindle &
Zammit-Lewis (MLT)
W 2 – 0
1 Q  Aslam &
Zaman (PAK)
W 2 – 0
 Alexander &
Palmer (AUS)
L 1 – 2
Did not advance
Lance Beddoes
Evan Williams
 Adnan &
Yuen (MAS)
L 0 – 2
 Bailey &
Wilson (SVG)
W 2 – 0
2 Q  Selby &
Waller (ENG)
L 0 – 2
Did not advance
Joelle King
Amanda Landers-Murphy
Women's doubles  Arnold &
Subramaniam (MAS)
L 0 – 2
 Cardwell &
Nunn (AUS)
W 2 – 0
2 Q N/A  Duncalf &
Waters (ENG)
W 2 – 0
 Grinham &
Urquhart (AUS)
W 2 – 0
 Chinappa &
Pallikal Karthik (IND)
W 2 – 0
1st, gold medalist(s)
Paul Coll
Joelle King
Mixed doubles  Vai &
Suari (PNG)
W 2 – 0
 Hindle &
Kellas (MLT)
W 2 – 0
1 Q  Best &
Simpson (BAR)
W 2 – 0
 Chinappa &
Pal Sandhu (IND)
W 2 – 0
 Pallikal Karthik &
Ghosal (IND)
L 1 – 2
 Waters &
Selby (ENG)
W 2 – 0
3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Zac Millar
Amanda Landers-Murphy
 Duncalf &
Waller (ENG)
L 1 – 2
 Sultana &
Zammit-Lewis (MLT)
W 2 – 0
2 Q  Chinappa &
Pal Sandhu (IND)
L 1 – 2
Did not advance

Swimming[edit]

The New Zealand swimming selections were announced on 22 December 2017,[35] with Lewis Clareburt added to the squad on 15 February 2018.[36]

Men
Athlete Event Heat Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Chris Arbuthnott 100 m freestyle S9 58.78 5 Q N/A 58.65 5
100 m backstroke S9 1:08.72 7 Q N/A 1:07.85 7
Bradlee Ashby 200 m backstroke 2:02.32 14 Did not advance
200 m butterfly 2:00.30 11 N/A Did not advance
200 m individual medley 2:00.57 5 Q N/A 1:59.59 5
400 m individual medley 4:18.83 5 Q N/A 4:18.61 5
Lewis Clareburt 200 m backstroke 2:01.54 10 Did not advance
200 m butterfly 1:58.32 6 Q N/A 1:58.51 7
200 m individual medley 2:01.33 8 Q N/A 2:01.13 7
400 m individual medley 4:19.16 6 Q N/A 4:14.42 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Celyn Edwards 100 m breaststroke SB8 1:25.06 5 Q N/A 1:25.63 6
200 m individual medley SM8 2:40.28 4 Q N/A 2:35.07 4
Daniel Hunter 50 m freestyle 22.32 8 Q 22.34 9 Did not advance
100 m freestyle 49.65 =10 Q 49.11 8 Q 49.30 8
50 m butterfly 24.01 5 Q 23.93 5 Q 23.87 5
Corey Main 100 m backstroke 54.99 4 Q 55.02 7 Q 54.88 7
200 m backstroke 2:01.73 11 Did not advance
Sam Perry 50 m freestyle 22.93 16 Q 23.13 16 Did not advance
100 m freestyle 49.90 16 Q 49.83 14 Did not advance
50 m butterfly 24.23 7 Q 23.99 6 Q 23.96 6
Jesse Reynolds 100 m freestyle S9 1:00.06 6 Q N/A 1:00.03 6
100 m backstroke S9 1:06.46 4 Q N/A 1:05.50 4
100 m breaststroke SB8 1:21.82 4 Q N/A 1:21.65 4
Matthew Stanley 100 m freestyle 49.79 14 Q 49.61 11 Did not advance
200 m freestyle 1:48.75 12 N/A Did not advance
Daniel Hunter
Sam Perry
Corey Main
Matthew Stanley
4 × 100 m freestyle relay 3:17.96 3 Q N/A 3:16.60 4
Women
Athlete Event Heat Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Carina Doyle 100 m freestyle 56.27 13 Q 56.18 12 Did not advance
200 m freestyle 2:00.01 10 N/A Did not advance
400 m freestyle 4:13.33 8 Q N/A 4:15.89 8
Helena Gasson 50 m butterfly 27.10 =9 Q 27.19 11 Did not advance
100 m butterfly 1:00.00 14 Q 59.70 12 Did not advance
200 m butterfly 2:13.25 13 Did not advance
Bobbi Gichard 50 m backstroke 28.81 10 Q 28.56 =10 Did not advance
100 m backstroke 1:01.33 9 Q 1:01.75 12 Did not advance
200 m backstroke 2:17.88 13 N/A Did not advance
Georgia Marris 100 m freestyle 56.98 15 Q 56.48 15 Did not advance
100 m butterfly 1:00.43 15 Q 1:00.58 16 Did not advance
Tupou Neiufi 100 m backstroke S9 1:18.08 6 Q N/A 1:17.10 6
Sophie Pascoe 100 m breaststroke SB9 1:17.92 1 Q N/A 1:18.09 1st, gold medalist(s)
200 m individual medley SM10 2:27.26 1 Q N/A 2.27.72 1st, gold medalist(s)
Bronagh Ryan 50 m breaststroke 32.18 15 Q 32.70 16 Did not advance
100 m breaststroke 1:10.78 17 Did not advance
Laticia-Leigh Transom 50 m freestyle 25.96 10 Q 25.95 12 Did not advance
100 m freestyle 56.32 14 Q 56.26 13 Did not advance
Carina Doyle
Helena Gasson
Georgia Marris
Laticia-Leigh Transom
4 × 100 m freestyle relay N/A 3:43.77 4
Helena Gasson
Bobbi Gichard
Bronagh Ryan
Laticia-Leigh Transom
4 × 100 m medley relay N/A 4:07.47 6

Triathlon[edit]

The NZOC announced five triathletes to compete at the games on 9 November 2017.[37] Tony Dodds was added on 14 February 2018.[38]

Individual
Athlete Event Swim (750 m) Transition 1 Bike (20 km) Transition 2 Run (5 km) Total Rank
Tony Dodds Men's 8:57 0:35 28:04 0:25 17:28 55:29 16
Tayler Reid 8:49 0:33 27:45 0:24 16:17 53:48 11
Ryan Sissons 9:01 0:36 27:57 0:25 14:50 52:49 5
Andrea Hewitt Women's 9:59 0:37 31:16 0:29 18:27 1:00:48 13
Rebecca Spence 9:46 0:38 30:13 0:28 18:07 59:12 10
Nicole van der Kaay 9:46 0:34 30:15 0:27 17:29 58:31 7
Mixed relay
Athletes Event Total Times per Athlete
(Swim 250 m, Bike 7 km,
Run 1.5 km)
Total Group Time Rank
Nicole van der Kaay
Ryan Sissons
Andrea Hewitt
Tayler Reid
Mixed relay 20:14
18:53
21:11
19:10
1:19:28 3rd, bronze medalist(s)

Weightlifting[edit]

The NZOC announced twelve weightlifters to compete at the Games on 24 November 2017.[39]

Nomination criteria:[40]

Men
Athlete Event Snatch Clean &
Jerk
Total Rank
Ianne Guiñares –62 kg 116 145 261 7
Vester Villalon –69 kg 118 DNF
Cameron McTaggart –77 kg 130 160 290 7
Richie Patterson –85 kg N/A DNF
Stanislav Chalaev –105 kg 148 DNF
David Liti +105 kg 174 229 403 GR 1st, gold medalist(s)
Women
Athlete Event Snatch Clean &
Jerk
Total Rank
Phillipa Patterson –53 kg 76 95 171 6
Alethea Boon –58 kg 81 100 181 5
Andrea Hams –69 kg 95 109 204 6
Bailey Rogers –75 kg 88 116 204 4
Tracey Lambrechs –90 kg 93 120 213 5
Laurel Hubbard +90 kg 120 DNF

Wrestling[edit]

The seven-member wrestling team was announced on 21 February 2018.[41]

Repechage format
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Repechage Final / BM
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Brahm Richards Men's freestyle -65 kg  Bajrang (IND)
L 0 – 4
N/A  Daniel (NGR)
L 0 – 4
Did not advance
Akash Khullar Men's freestyle -74 kg  Marianne (MRI)
W 4 – 0
 Evans (AUS)
L 0 – 5
Did not advance
Toby Fitzpatrick Men's freestyle -86 kg Bye  Eslami (ENG)
L 1 – 3
Did not advance
Sam Belkin Men's freestyle -97 kg  Erasmus (RSA)
L 0 – 4
N/A  Verreynne (AUS)
W 3 – 1
 Steen (CAN)
L 0 – 4
4
Group stage format
Athlete Event Group Stage Semifinal Final / BM
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Ana Moceyawa Women's freestyle -57 kg  Schaefer (CAN)
L 0 – 5
 Dhanda (IND)
L 0 – 5
3 Did not advance
Nordic format
Athlete Event Nordic Round Robin Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Tayla Ford Women's freestyle -62 kg  Fazzari (CAN)
L 1 – 4
 Etane Ngolle (CMR)
W 5 – 0
 Adeniyi (NGR)
L 0 – 4
 Malik (IND)
L 1 – 3
4

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