BAY OF ISLANDS SAILING SCHOOL LTD - Learn to Sail ,or Learn to Drive a Powerboat. In the unspoilt Bay Of Islands. From Boating for Beginners to Yachtmaster Offshore. We specilise in R.Y.A / NZ coastguard courses. We also offer skippered charters and on shore luxuary acomidation. Please visit our website for more information.
RETRO CRICKET - Retro cricket shirts of the 80s. Purchase your retro Australian cricket shirt as worn by Dennis Lillee, Greg Chapel and Rod Marsh in the early 80s.
GOLFING EXPERIENCE NEW ZEALAND LTD - Specialists in designing memorable New Zealand golf vacations for golfers and non playing partners featuring uncrowded golf courses, spectacular scenery, luxury accommodation & special activities.
BONITA IRONMAN NEW ZEALAND - Welcome to the website of the worlds oldest international Ironman - Ironman New Zealand. Check out all the details about the 2009 Ironman New Zealand as we begin the celebration of the most international race on the Ironman qualifying calender with more than 37 countries represented in 2008. Heres what some of the legends of the sport say about Ironman New Zealand.
GLADIATOR MARINE - Hire a boat charter for your big game and deep sea fishing trip at Gladiator Marine, based in Auckland's Viaduct Harbour in New Zealand (NZ).
SAVVY TOUCH - Savvy Touch, our philosphy in riding is natural so is our grooming
AAKRON INFLATABLE BOATS - Top quality inflatable boats at unbeatable prices. Also small boat trailers, outboard motors and other boat accessories. Everything from small tenders to large inflatable RIB boats. Inflatable's for all needs.
FITNESS EVOLVED - At Fitness Evolved it’s our aim to provide a fun, challenging and an enjoyable training session. Our boot camp programs are ideal for weight loss, improved health and wellness.
FREEDOM CAMPING - Freedom Camping make all the NZ camping gear and equipment you need. Canvas tents to dome tents, camping chairs to sleeping bags and airbeds. We have all sorts of camping gear to set up your basecamp on this years kiwi New Zealand camping summer holiday. Category: NZ Sports & Recreation > Recreational Activities
SPORT BAY OF PLENTY - Sport Bay of Plenty, a Charitable Trust and non profit organisation, was established in 1987 and has grown to become a substantial provider of services benefiting the sporting, recreational and leisure interests of the Bay of Plenty communities. Sport Bay of Plenty's geographical area covers from Waihi Beach in the north to Turangi in the south, to Cape Runaway in the east and to the Kaimai Ranges in the west. The region is split into three regions, these being Eastern BOP, Western BOP, and Rotorua, and there are offices in Tauranga, Whakatane and Rotorua.
BEAT THE BOOKIE - Our job is to provide you with tips for value sports bets so you win more money from the TAB or your bookie. Our tipsters are seasoned investors who win money by wagering on sports events. This means YOU can have access to the sports bets that make us money.
BELLS AND WHISTLES - Online retailer of quality and innovative urban bicycle accessories, including front, rear and spoke lights, grips, locks, mudguards and more.
ATHLETICS NEW ZEALAND - Athletics is a foundation sport involving running, jumping, throwing and walking. These core skills are integrated into all aspects of athletics coaching and competing. Athletics New Zealand's role as the National Sporting Organisation for athletics is to help New Zealanders enjoy athletic activities whether this involves regular competitive involvement, casual participation or occasional exercise.
SOFTBALL NEW ZEALAND - World championships in fast pitch softball were first held in 1965 for women and 1966 for men. Slow-pitch world championships began in 1987, and the competition resumed in Florida (USA) in June of 2002. The first world competition for junior men and women was held in 1981 and a World Cup for age 16-under girls began in 2001. The ISF now counts 122 national federations as members.
LOCHINVAR SAFARIS NEW ZEALAND- Hunting Red Stag, Elk, Tahr, Fallow Buck and Chamois in New Zealand
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