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Huw is a sport reporter for 3 News. Like all sport reporters he vehemently believes that if he wanted to, he could have played professional sports. Instead, he chose to cover them. Huw primarily covers the New Zealand Breakers in the Australian National Basketball League. Don't you worry though, he still turns out for his social team, the Northside Knights, on a Tuesday night at the NSEC.
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In Sochi the Jamaican bobsleigh team are proof the Olympics are apparently not all about winning.
After a dreadful start to the season, the Wellington Phoenix have won five of their last seven A-League games.
The wildest era in Formula One will be recreated in the north Waikato this weekend.
The finalists for next month's Halberg Awards reflect what a great year 2013 was for New Zealand sport.
It's make-or-break for the Breakers over the next few weeks as they try to revive their season.
The Black Caps are looking to get more out of their top order in Sunday's second one-dayer in Napier.
After a disappointing first half of the season, the Breakers sit bottom of the Australian NBL ladder.
One of US college baseball's top teams will have a dash of Kiwi flavour come the start of the season in February.
"When youngsters have a couple of hours spare, they don't ring their mates and ask if they want to go and 'put the shot'."
The Black Caps have called up Jimmy Neesham to the squad as cover for all-rounder Corey Anderson, who is struggling with an injured shin.
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